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Study Days - London and York

Written by Jane Pelham on .

London

25th October 2014           10.00am - 5.00pm

The Abbey Centre, 34 Great Smith Street, LOndon SW1P 3BU

Fee £59.00 including Lunch

Programme

In order to cover topics in greater depth, we will devote more time to each subject. There will also be more time for discussion:

         Dr Amali Lokugamage, Consultant Obstetrician - 'Evidence, Risk and Autonomy in Obstetrics'

         Mark Harris, RM - Birthing for Blokes

         Dr Sarah Buckley - Ultrasound Safety (DVD)

Dr Amali Lokugamage has recently published research into the evidence behind the guidelines of the Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists.

Mark Harris is an experienced midwife and a very entertaining speaker. He has worked extensively with Denis Walsh in Nottingham.

Sarah Buckley spoke to us last September and we recorded the fascinating and extremely well informed part of her talk on the risks and benefits of ultrasound.

 

YORK

15th November 2014    10.00am to 5.00pm

The Friargate Quaker Centre, Friargate, York YO1 9RL

Fee £57.00 including lunch

Programme

Professor Mary Nolan, Professor of Perinatal Education at Worcester University

Her presentation will inspire and inform you in equal measure.

Mark Harris, RM - Birthing for Blokes - Mark Harris is a very entertaining speaker and an experienced midwife.

Dr Sarah Buckley - Ultrasound Safety (DVD) This is the fascinating DVD we recorded when Sarah Buckley spoke to us last September.  We will be showing the extremely well informed part of her talk on the risks and benefits of ultrasound.

We are delighted to have such an interesting programme, so we are allowing each speaker more time than usual to explore their subject in depth and to also have time for discussion.

Katharine Attends Royal College of Midwives Annual Conference

Written by The Hypnobirthing Association on .

The Royal College of Midwives annual conference took place on 13th and 14th November at the Telford International Centre. Over 1,000 midwives came together to discuss relevant topics that relate to pregnancy, birth and the profession of midwifery. There was a fantastic range of presentations and many excellent speakers.

Katharine was in attendance along with Teri Gavin-Jones and Vanessa Hodge, promoting KG Hypnobirthing to all our members' benefit, and potential training available for midwives. Throughout the day the KG Hypnobirthing stand had a great deal of interest and was even visited by Cathy Warwick, General Secretary of the Royal College of Midwives and Lesley Page, President of The RCM.

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To find out more about the conference, please have a look on the RCM Annual conference page: http://www.rcmconference.org.uk/

Change of Career? Become a Hypnobirthing Teacher

Written by Jane Pelham on .

We often hear from our members how satisfied and proud they are to have trained to become a hypnobirthing practitioner and how rewarding they have found it.  They love working with expectant parents and being allowed the privilege of sharing this wonderful method of childbirth with others.

What is Hypnobirthing?

Written by Jane Pelham on .

Hypnobirthing is a method of natural childbirth which uses relaxation, breathing and a range of related techniques to help mothers to give birth more easily in a natural, comfortable calm and relaxed manner.  

This feeling of calm and relaxation helps release any fears and anxieties about childbirth, and instead helps build confidence in yourself and trust in your body to give birth naturally. Hypnobirthing also helps to minimise unnecessary medical intervention and trauma for you and your child.

Hypnobirthing Association Study Day

Written by Jane Pelham on .

We held a wonderful Study Day in October, with some quality speakers who really brought some excellent insight to the day, including Mary Cronk who showed her experience of helping mothers with breed presenting babies to give birth normally.

We hope to hold some more Study Days on future dates, but we thought we would leave the programme up for those of you who were unable to attend, so you could see how the day was structured.

About the association

The Hypnobirthing Association has been set up to establish and support ethical standards in Hypnobirthing teaching.

Membership of the association is open to all fully trained Hypnobirthing practitioners, who subscribe to the principles and ethics as described in the Association's aims.

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