Birth Relaxation Kit

Birth Relaxation Kit

2 Comments 18 April 2012

I wanted to write this post to call the birth hypnosis series a wrap.

We’re done until summer with the resident expert series. I’ve tentatively lined up experts for this summer and fall. Stay tuned.

Also, I’d like to take a moment to publicly thank Mavi and Jeremy.

They have contributed top notch content.

It takes a lot of work and time to create the articles and the videos (such good videos). Again, excellent work and thank you for adding value to this blog, this community and the birth community at large. You two are the good guys, and deserve much praise!

I hope this birth hypnosis series has inspired you, as it did me, to take a deeper look at hypnobirthing.

To catch up, bookmark, or reference the series in it’s entirety, just follow this link below:

Birth Hypnosis and Relaxation Series

Sarah, who is one of our BBH Facebook Admins, put it well, when she wrote the following,

“I am now quite convinced that [birth hypnosis] is something all women should at least look into.

I agree. And that was the point.

Our emphasis, first and foremost, has been to spread awareness about hypnobirthing’s methods and skills – in general.

I’m proud to say that Bring Birth Home has become an effective platform for showcasing and highlighting this kind of information. As I mentioned above, we’ll definitely be bringing in other experts so to shine a spotlight on certain aspects of birth.

To conclude, I’m going to call specific attention to Mavi and Jeremy’s product, the Birth Relaxation Kit.

Consider this a little nudge to check out the link to a video below that explains what the Birth Relaxation Kit is and what’s included if you decide it’s something you’d like to try.

Watch the video presentation.

This isn’t a hard sell, but I feel I’d be remiss if I didn’t connect the dots. Mavi and Jeremy are highly credentialed professionals with personal birth hypnosis experience. They’ve just delivered a 6-part series about birth hypnosis. They’ve created a product worthy of praise on this subject matter.

So, if you’re at all interested in birth hypnosis, and want to make it something you incorporate into your birth, give the presentation your undivided attention by following the link below:

Birth Relaxation Kit

In full disclosure, if you do purchase the Birth Relaxation Kit, I will earn a small commission. It’s not a lot, but I believe you’ve all come to trust me, my judgement and value what is posted here at Bring Birth Home. So I hide nothing.

Regarding the referral of products that could possibly make me a small amount of money, I do want to point out that I have received several emails from BBH readers asking for more reviews and more information about books, programs and products.

I like that idea, and have been wanting to do more of that (but there are only so many hours, you know?) Nonetheless, every now and again, you will see more of that at this blog.

I’ve received books in the mail from authors to review, and post my thoughts here at the blog… I’m getting to that. It’s coming.

Frankly, a lot of things are coming, and I’m excited. I’ve been working on my own project for a couple months now. And have recruited more help from willing BBH mamas and outside coaches and consultants.

I’m more committed to Bring Birth Home, and the cause to empower and educate families about the choice to birth at home than ever. I appreciate so many of you for supporting this and being present for the journey.

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2 Comments so far

  1. Dana says:

    I enjoyed the series! I got the emails, and wanted to thank you for highlighting hypnobirthing. I used Hypnobabies with my son, and loved it! More people need to know how wonderful it can be.

  2. Jeremy says:

    Glad you enjoyed the series Dana…And even happier that you enjoyed wonderful birth using Hypnobabies.

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