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Labour and Birth Essentials

Labour and birth can be about knowing what you can do to manage contractions and energy, to stay calm and to gather information. These pages focus on providing you with essential knowledge, tips and suggestions for labour and birth…

Labour and Birth Essentials

Practical information, ideas and tips for expectant parents to focus on labour and birth, induction and having a caesarean. Mother Cuppa MagazinePregnancy| Birth Preparation | Labour & BirthNew Baby| FeedingChecklists | Tips | BabylossUseful Links Copyright: Janine Smith Janine Smith PracticePrivate Consultations | Digital CoursesMother Cuppa Sessions | Baby MassageOnline Community | Mother Cuppa Magazine

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Tips to Relax & Breathe

Giving yourself the time to relax in pregnancy is a great way to prepare for the birth of your baby. And it’s not about just sitting back and watching a movie, focus on your body and become more aware of what it feels like when it is relaxed. Pregnancy is a good time to become aware of your body and to learn how to relax and how to deal with stress and anxiety. Simple relax & breathe exercises in pregnancy…Where to practise? Anywhere you feel comfortable – bed, bath, sofa, birth ball, the loo, in the kitchen waiting for the kettle to boil…How often? Practise every day if you can – just a few minutes will do the trick. And then use it if you are feeling stressed or anxious. Try…Doing Nothing – close your eyes and just sit/stand for a few minutes. Let any thoughts come and go, just be aware of what it feels like to just sit still. Being Aware Of Your Body – Sit/stand for a few minutes and focus on …

For pregnancy & birth…

If you live in Newcastle and Tyneside, you can access a range of pregnancy & birth sessions which focus on your wellbeing as well we getting you better prepared for the birth of your baby. I am an experienced practitioner and you are in good hands… Pregnancy Support – if you are feeling anxious or overwhelmed during your pregnancy or, if this is not your first baby, you may benefit from birth debrief session to focus on birth again. Antenatal Course – a 5 week course to focus on a combination of good knowledge and discussion with practical skills and strategies to better prepare you for the reality of birth Relax & Breathe – an effective workshop to focus on using and developing relaxation and breathing techniques for labour & birth and to stay calm 1:1 Birth Consultations – these sessions can be arrange to work around your schedule and they can focus on your need for information, support and reassurance   If you have any queries about which sessions are right for you, please …