Relax & Breathe

Online Relax & Breathe

relaxation and breathing skills

This Relax & Breathe course includes how to practise and develop your relaxation and breathing techniques so you can use them during your pregnancy, for your labour and birth and when your baby is here.

It is about having simple and effective skills to deal with pain & discomfort, anxiety and stress or if you are feeling panicky and overwhelmed. And I also encourage you to bring this into your day, just for a few minutes, to make some time for you and to boost your general wellbeing.

There isn’t anything complicated about developing your relax and breathe skills, it’s just about slowing your breathing down, letting it be your focus and letting go of any tension. But practice is crucial, so you can become familiar with relaxing your breathing and your body and to find what works for you.

This is a simple introduction to Relax & Breathe

*Sit comfortably, where you won’t be disturbed and give yourself a few minutes to focus on your breathing.
*The key to learning Relax & Breathe is to make time for it, to practise it and to develop it so it works for you.

And you can use this if you are feeling stressed, anxious and overwhelmed.

The Online Relax & Breathe Course is made up of three guides to focus on your pregnancy and birth preparation, to use during your labour and birth and to use when your baby is here.

You can use all three guides to gain knowledge, to make notes and write your strategies for labour and birth. You can download the information and audio files to use during your pregnancy, throughout labour and during those early days and weeks with your new baby.

Relax & Breathe For Pregnancy & Birth Preparation
Relax & Breathe For Labour & Birth
Relax & Breathe For New Mums
Relax & Breathe Downloads

Online Relax & Breathe

You can access three Relax & Breathe Guides with audio to download for your pregnancy, your labour & birth and when your baby is here.


Janine Smith | a specialist in pregnancy, birth and early parenting
Just get in touch to arrange a 1:1 session so you can ask questions for further information and support.