Singapore World HypnoBirthing Day 2015

World HypnoBirthing Day-A Celebration of Life

From Andorra to Singapore, the world is celebrating HypnoBirthing-Taking The Birthing World by Calm in celebration of HypnoBirthing® 25 years of bringing calm and confidence to families. Join us in this Celebration and Holistic Birth Preparation Seminar with feature speakers who are committed to help you make good decisions to achieve a safer, healthier and a…

Emotion Around Pregnancy and Father's Involvement

Emotion Around Pregnancy and Father’s Involvement

Our Holistic Pregnancy and Birth Support Group‘s monthly meet up in April is lead by Rebecca Lawson who facilitates The Positive Birth Group in town. I am delighted to invite her to share her contribution in helping expectant mothers to face their concerns and talk about their feelings, thoughts about their pregnancy.Lets come together and share experiences,…

MicroBirth World Screening Singapore

Birthworkers in Singapore are putting this first ever Microbirth world screening together. Join us in this global screening and be the first to watch a 60 minutes feature length documentary reveal how medical intervention during childbirth could be damaging the long-term health of our children with consequences for all of humanity. This is an educational film that opens a new possibility improve health of a child when a crucial component is missing at birth.

Pediatric Neurologic Assessment and Calming Massage

Baby Bonding MassageMs Adida Shahab, Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist and Ms Kong Choon Yen, HypnoBirthing Infant Massage Instructor present to you a two parts workshop ideal for parents with young babies from newborn to 9 months old to learn baby developmental assessment and baby bonding through touch. Expectant Couples are encourage to join us as well.

Pediatric Neurologic Assessment

Baby may seem to be doing well on breastfeeding, however, she may not have used most of the sucking muscles.  Mother may get crack nipples but no matter how she positions her baby for latching, breastfeeding seems painful and mum is holding tension. This tension is transferred to baby.