Coming soon to Bicester
What is KGHypnobirthing?
"Hypnobirthing enables a woman to work with her body, which is naturally designed to give birth. It releases fear and negativity...and replaces it with calm confidence. A mother who uses hypnobirthing will often say that giving birth was the most wonderful and empowering experience of her life" (Katherine Graves)
The KGHypnobirthing antenatal course is taught over 10-12hours (usually over 4weeks), within your own home in Bicester and the surrounding area.
Baby massage has lots of amazing benefits for you and your baby.
It encourages positive interaction between the caregiver and baby,
it can help to build up confidence in handling and holding baby and research has shown that it can help with sleep too!
Recommended from 6 weeks old.
Classes run in Kidzzoo Softplay in Bicester
Due to current Covid-19 restrictions, Aquanatal classes will not be available until 2021. Keep checking back for updates or keep an eye on the Bicester Pregnancy, Birth and Baby Facebook page!
1 to 1 teaching within your own home
10-12hours usually delivered over 4weeks
Bicester and surrounding area covered
Venue: Kidzzoo Softplay In Bicester
Friday mornings (term time only)
5 week course
cost includes: booklet to follow course content & sample of massage oil.
course dates 2021:
15th Jan-12th Feb
26th Feb-26th March
23rd April-21st May.
Festive offer☃️ 10% off January’s baby massage course (valid until 23/12/20)
If you wish to purchase a gift certificate, there are 2 options:
£50 -Baby massage course
£varied amount- to be used for hypnobirthing course
(The vouchers will expire 1 year after purchase).
Prices subject to change.
Hi my name is Natalie. I started my training as a midwife in 2008, and have been working as a midwife ever since.
In 2019, I completed an RCM accredited Diploma with KGHypnobirthing, and have recently studied for a Diploma in teaching baby massage.
In 2021, I will be training to teach Aquanatal classes.
I look forward to meeting you soon.
(Disclaimer - the courses that I teach are completely separate from the NHS, although I am a practising midwife for any medical concerns/questions please contact your own medical professionals for advice.