Are you pregnant and looking for ways to relax, manage your fear and anxiety AND connect with your baby? SoundBirth was CREATED for YOU! During the birth of my third daughter I KNEW I had to start sharing these simple tools with the women of the world! So here I am!
"It was by far the best natural pain relief I had experienced". Angela, Mother of 3
"I was able to “get in the zone” to focus and visualise full dilation, in spite of the pressure and hospital sounds that were going on around me". Tanya
Why Women are Using Sound During Childbirth?
to release pain ... naturally
to overcome anxiety and fear around giving birth
to release those birthy hormones (oxytocin, endorphins etc) ... naturally!
to bond with their baby even before the birth!
to ride the contractions, rather than drown in them!
to increase energy levels even when feeling exhausted
to release those happy hormones while transitioning into Motherhood!
to create a "birthing cave" and sacred space no matter where they decide to give birth
to give their partner an active role to play to support them and to connect with the birth process.
SoundBirth Workshops for Expectant Couples
If you are pregnant you can now learn all about how to add sound to birth at one of my informative and interactive one day SoundBirth Workshops. Bring your man (or woman) along or other support person too so they know how to support you with sound!
learn all about the many benefits of toning (vocalising) during labour with or without a crystal singing bowl
learn how to play a crystal singing bowl effectively and safely to support a woman during labour ... and find out what not to do!
learn how to overcome voice issues ... in a gentle and fun way ... so you can confidently use your voice during labour!
learn how to use your voice effectively as a woman during labour and as a support person.
learn about the science of sound - the interesting bits only!
learn how to create an oxytocin-inducing birth environment
learn how to how to support the bonding process and to keep calm during Motherhood using music.
learn how to create a "Heart Song" (a lullaby) during pregnancy to start facilitating the bonding process.