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About Us

Our approach to birth education is completely unique. Whilst other programmes use traditional 'class room' based antenatal education or the usual stretch, breathe & relax techniques, Daisy Birthing® is the only programme to utilize a completely wonderful multi sensory approach which allows mums to enjoy gentle pregnancy appropriate movement, alongside a range of innovative props, music and hypnosis based scripts which really bring the birth journey to life and allow them to experience as near as possible, a virtual labour!

Our Aim
To help you birth with confidence and excitement, whatever your birth plan! We are here to provide friendly tuition in relaxed-active birth techniques which are equally suited to a hospital or home birth (we do not believe in movement for movements sake, but movement for improvement).

Our mum only classes and our couples weekends provide the ideal forum for you to meet and talk to other parents to be (both in classroom and virtually through our web class groups) re-creating the mother-to-mother wisdom and peer to peer support which is often lost in today's fast paced and commuter based societies

Alongside the support, we aim to provide the most inclusive 'active birth and holistic pregnancy education class type' that we know of within the UK backed by FEDANT approval. This education will help you to better understand, sense and interpret the pattern and rhythm of labour (we call our tools practical birth metaphors), making you completely confident and ready for your birth journey.

Of course relaxation is just as important to us as the movement and with this in mind, we also aim to create powerful birth anchors allowing you to keep in control of adrenalin levels on d-day. Our labour music will guide your through your classes and guide your through your labour! The self hypnosis inspired parts of our class undoubtedly help you chill out in pregnancy and in labour (as featured in Practical Parenting 'How to experience a chilled out birth' Sept 2010)


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