Some people believe there’s not much you can really ‘do’ to make birth easier, shorter or safer.
I am not one of those people anymore.
Since becoming pregnant myself I set off on a mission to find a real and practical way to increase my chances of a safer, smoother, intervention free birth.
So began my epic research journey into the world of easier birthing, and I have found not only one, but many very helpful techniques which really do (no matter how strange or basic some of them may sound) make birth easier – both mentally and physically.
Fetal navigation techniques (biomechanical techniques for easier birth) and other discoveries helped me turn two potentially long and difficult labours into straightforward, smooth, intervention free births. I have since helped many others have shorter, easier births using these techniques, including women who had inductions. I am proud to be trained in ‘Biomechanics for Birth for Professionals’ by Optimal Birth.
For those requiring caesarean section I have useful tips on how you can prepare for this type of birth with a view to improving your health, and the health of your baby, with the added bonus of a more personal and gentle birth experience.
I hope Make Birth Easier helps you in some way, big or small. If it does, I would love to hear from you so please do get in touch!
With warmest wishes,
Make Birth Easier is supported by:
#Wait4White Delayed Cord Clamping Campaign by Amanda Burleigh
#BloodtoBaby Delayed Cord Clamping Campaign by Hannah Tizard
#hellomynameis Campaign by Kate Granger