How to Take a Positive Proactive Approach to Childbirth

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Positive Proactive Approach to Childbirth


Childbirth is one of the most important days of a woman’s life. Regardless of how long ago it was, many women can recall the event in detail years later. It truly is a life changing moment that a woman never forgets, this is why birth is so important. It can have a long lasting effect on the mother and child – both physically and mentally. As an expecting mother you have the opportunity to make choices that aid in a positive birth experience. If you have ever planned a wedding or other significant event, you likely spent many hours planning it. If you were planning on running in a marathon you would train and prepare your body for months, so why should childbirth be any different? This post will share with you how to take a positive proactive approach to labor.

Surprising benefits of Natural Childbirth

Many people know that natural childbirth is the best alternative but may be very surprised to learn about many of the some lesser know benefits.

Thanks to the depiction from Hollywood for decades birth is seen as a horrific and painful scene. I’m here to tell you that birth does not have to be feared. With proper mind and body exercises you can prepare mentally and physically to have a joyous birth experience. Will there be pain involved? Yes, at times, but with proper techniques it can be managed naturally. Yoga, breathing, meditation and visualization can be practiced during pregnancy and used regardless of the labor situation. A mother having a cesarean surgery can benefits from the ability to remain calm and relaxed just as a mother who is delivering with or without medication.

Benefits of Mind Body Exercises During Pregnancy and Labor

  • Reduces Stress and Anxiety
  • Increase Endorphins
  • Achieve Relaxation
  • Lower Blood Pressure
  • Reduce Aches and Pains

By practicing mind body techniques during pregnancy you can help to prepare for the big event as you welcome your newest addition. Making it a priority to take a proactive approach to pain and stress management empowers expecting couples on this life changing journey.


Learn How to Take a Positive Proactive Approach to Childbirth


My 6-week Online Mindful Birthing Course is a great way to learn how to prepare mentally and physically for labor. It includes natural remedies for alleviating pregnancy discomforts and is a great alternative to traditional hospital birthing courses. You will learn about the process of labor, common medical interventions and how to use mind body techniques to bond with your baby and prepare mentally and physically for labor.  By taking a mindful approach during pregnancy you can create a joyous birthing experience and transition into parenthood.

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Disclaimer: Please note: I am not a medical professional, the information provided is strictly for informational purposes. Please use your careful discernment and double check with your naturopath or doctor before taking any vitamins or supplements

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