For mum – A time of transition from maiden to mother
For baby – a pivotal experience where independent life begins.
For dad – the beginning of an adventure of heart opening and life changing proportions.
How to get all to dance the dance in synch?
Maybe start with the healing power of touch.
This is the beginning .. . .
Gently, effectively and safely using all that is found in the eBook version of a 2005 published manual What Dads Can Do – for all birth workers, doulas, midwives. partners of pregnant women and all who wonder what sets up all that happens in pregnancy.
Set from a practical energy perspective. What to do to enhance normal, naturally. instantly downloadable here
The eBooks (in option 2) that explain very easily how to change what is happening to you at home safely, and effectively. Written as a counterpoint to the ‘glove box’ manual style of What Dad Can Do, (instantly downloaded here) this with heaps of photographs showing how to/what will make profound differences – full of stories of people as yourselves and how they shifted ‘tricky’ back to ‘easy’ – are found within. ‘Easy Birth Preparation’, ‘Fetal Positioning Solutions’, ‘Breech Solutions’ and ‘Moxa’ – all found in the Resources 2 package. Plus charts – example . ..
Easy birthing . . . .
You will never be wondering again – as all is revealed – how to turn an apparently tricky situation or a ‘high risk’ pregnancy back to naturally easy. Especially how to avoid all the interventions once monitoring has shown a possible/potential problem – why not just return to a healthy and simple pregnancy – it is up to you and your own fingers!!!
Why is this information so different?
I offer practical problem solving tools that guide the user to easy natural answers.
What to do to make an easy birth assuredly happen (have an easy pregnancy) and how to achieve this .. .
Easy pregnancy and birth and parenting.
Is up to you . . not luck
Also look to the Opening Baby Gate site
‘What Dads Can Do’ resources found here Box of moxa rolls Happy bub
Any queries, please contact me firstname.lastname@example.org