An inspiring birth video for any woman, especially approaching a breech birth so you can feel more informed and empowered with your birth process. A Breech in the syetms is a lovely DVD about a woman who is determined to give birth to her breech baby naturally, even though hospital authorities insisted she would have to have a cesarean.
Bellydance and Pregnancy is explored in pictures and words in 'Dance of the Womb' is A WORLD FIRST, this 280 colour page -Hard Cover book details the enormous benefits of using the movements of bellydance as a birth dance. It instructs a woman on how to make use of this ancient wisdom to ease and empower your passage to motherhood. Please ready more below.
This stunning book is a gift to anyone wanting a natural birth. Be inspired with good practical advice that supports your intuition. The Down to Earth Birth Book’ by Jenny Blyth is a practical guide to natural birth in any setting, promoting self-nurturing, responsibility and awareness to help create a conscious birth and parenting experience.
This is very much a ‘grass roots’ book that celebrates the innate intelligence of mind, body and spirit in relation to birth. It is printed on recycled paper with soy-based ink, and beautifully presented in an easy-to-read, user-friendly A4 format. Diagrams, illustrations, and over 90 colour and black and white photos accompany the text. This is a valuable resource for parents-to-be, their families, support people, and all other kinds of birthworkers. ‘The Down to Earth Birth Book’ is a book to return to time and again for information on birth preparation; as an in-the-moment birth guide; and as a reference for after the birth.
It’s a diary and a planner with a twist which is gratitude! From the moment I touched this fabric covered journal and flicked through the pages, the absolute physical beauty of this journal was overwhelming. There are all the traditional aspects of a diary with dates and times for your standard planning and to do list – but the gratitude aspect of this daily ritual is transformational. I keep mine by my bed and each night I write my to do list but more importantly, my gratitude list. It’s a wonderful way to reflect on my day and remind myself of the things I was most grateful for. Arianna Huffington in her book Thrive writes “According to a study by researchers from the University of Minnesota and the University of Florida, having participants write down a list of positive events at the close of a day — and why the events made them happy — lowered their self-reported stress levels and gave them a greater sense of calm at night.” Lower stress levels and feeling calmer at night? Yes, please! I can’t recommend this enough.