Coping with pain in labour

The level of pain we encounter in labour is a combination of life experience and genetics!

We can’t do much about genetics, but we can certainly influence our perceptions, our coping strategies our social support network and the way we approach fear and anxiety.

In this podcast I discuss the physical, emotional mental and environmental approaches we can use to help us view the discomfort and pain of labour as being purposeful, productive empowering, and something we can cope with, rather than viewing pain as frightening and terrifying leaving us feeling vulnerable, distraught and unsupported in need of  need help and rescuing.

If you would like to learn some great pain coping skills come along on the 25th February 2024 to my birth preparation, relaxation and nourishment day retreat. Pregnancy Day Retreat: Prepare, Nourish, Relax, Rejuvenate

If you would like to support people in labour birth and the postnatal as a doula then registrations for my doula training 2024 are open:

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