We 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.
Established since 2009
In the current situation it is especially important for you to feel calm and confident in the build up to your baby’s birth. The current government advice regarding Covid 19 is that pregnant women, especially from 28 weeks of pregnancy, should be particularly attentive to social distancing. We are therefore very happy to be able to offer all of our courses by INTERACTIVE VIDEO LINK at a discounted rate. You will be able to talk to an experienced midwife and connect with the other couples on the course from the comfort and safety of your own homes, via tablet, laptop or smartphone.
We offer a range of services including
Sign up to one of our Hypnobirthing Antenatal Courses with optional Newborn Baby Care and Breastfeeding Workshops to fully prepare yourself and your partner for the big day. Meet other like minded couples in a friendly, supportive environment. Hypnobirthing is suitable for all types of births whether you are planning to have your baby in a hospital, birth centre or at home, the deep relaxation techniques you learn can be used in all settings. Hypnobirthing also focuses on the role of the birth partner and teaches specific techniques that allows your partner to be involved throughout your labour. The course includes care of your body, bonding with your unborn baby, plus lots of practical tips and advice.
Read the positive birth stories from the couples we have taught and be inspired, giving birth really can be a positive experience.
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. Practical tips and advice from experienced midwives 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)