Did you know that 97% of Australian women give birth in hospital settings? In a minute, I want to share how you can have an incredible birth in a hospital. But first, let’s look at how our culture gives birth. In Australia, 9 out of 10 women have at least one medical intervention while giving… Continue reading Before You Give Birth In Hospital, Read This
How To Naturally Prevent Tearing in Birth
We’re talking about how to naturally prevent tearing. Alongside, the fear of being in pain during birth, tearing is the second most common fear I’ve come across. So, in this content, we’re going to look at: a three-strike combo to avoid tearing. Before we go into it, I want to reassure you that you are… Continue reading How To Naturally Prevent Tearing in Birth
How To Naturally Combat Pain In Labour
Labour can be uncomfortable because it’s new. Often just knowing what to expect can take the pain out of labour. It’s uncertainty that’s really hard to bear. But if you can know what to anticipate, then you can prepare yourself mentally and thus, when you’re in the moment you can trust and relax deeper into… Continue reading How To Naturally Combat Pain In Labour
Why Uncertainty is Your Best Friend (Not Your Enemy) in Birth
Take gold. To change pure gold from solid to liquid, you need a crucible. It’s a container, usually made of graphite carbon or clay, with a higher melting point than the object being melted. When I say birth is a crucible, I mean it’s a container that can hold and transform a valuable asset, changing… Continue reading Why Uncertainty is Your Best Friend (Not Your Enemy) in Birth
What’s One Way Your Partner Supported You In Labour? 27 Women Share.
There’s something very powerful about men supporting, protecting and fighting for women during labour. Here’s what a number of women said in response to this question: “What’s One Practical Way Your Partner Supported You In Labour?” “He would breathe with me. Including moaning with me. It made me feel like I wasn’t alone.” — Emily… Continue reading What’s One Way Your Partner Supported You In Labour? 27 Women Share.