cropped-full_logo2.jpgbblogoWe want to make the transition from bump to baby as gentle and easy as possible for you and your little one.  We are experienced midwives so you know you are in safe hands.

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We’ve switched from teaching our antenatal classes in-person to online via zoom!

This approach has proved to be a hit. There are so many benefits to learning online and we’ve  received great feedback from those we’ve taught via Interactive video link 

Relax and prepare for the birth of your baby from the comfort of your own home!

online classes

Learn all about how birth can be a positive experience, how to care for your newborn baby and make connections with others on your course that live locally to you. 

We offer a range of services including

Hypnobirthing  Antenatal Classes

 Newborn Baby Care Workshops

Breastfeeding Workshops

Our popular hypnobirthing antenatal courses are suitable for everyone, whether this is your first baby or if you have birthed before.

You may be planning to birth at home or in a birth centre, or perhaps you will be having a medically managed birth in hospital?  Be reassured that however and wherever you birth, the techniques and information you learn through our hypnobirthing classes will help you to feel more informed and better prepared during the lead up to ‘the big day’.


The course includes care of your body, bonding with your unborn baby, relaxation techniques, how your birth support partner can assist you, plus lots of information, practical tips and advice. 

Read the positive birth stories from the couples we have taught and be inspired! 

Our additional Newborn Baby Care workshops will equip you with the knowledge and skills you will need as new parents to provide safe care for your new baby, based on the latest research.


Our Breastfeeding Workshops will teach you the necessary skills to prepare you for a calm, confident breastfeeding experience.


We are  members of the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) the Royal College of Midwives (RCM) and the Royal College of Nursing (RCN)