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Cost of hypnobirthing classes

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ammature Sat 08-Aug-15 12:03:07

I was planning on doing hypnobirthing classes and found a provider I think is great, she charges £275 per couple for 4 x 2 hours sessions. My husband thinks this is kind of expensive, what are your thoughts? Is this the going rate?

Topsy34 Sat 08-Aug-15 19:38:39

I think tha sounds about right, i think we paid £300ish for 2 full days

Brummiegirl15 Sat 08-Aug-15 20:33:09

The ones I'm looking at in Solihull are £250 so sounds about right

ammature Sun 09-Aug-15 09:56:14

Thanks that's helpful

Topsy34 Sun 09-Aug-15 13:51:06

Just to add i love hypnobirthing, completely worth the money IMO

NoArmaniNoPunani Sun 09-Aug-15 13:52:01

My local hospital charges £175 for the course.

BeatieBo Sun 09-Aug-15 13:54:08

I think that's a good price and it will be worth every penny.

Focusfocus Sun 09-Aug-15 16:42:19

150 for 4 sessions x 2 hours each Bedford.

blackkat1978 Sun 09-Aug-15 21:00:24

I think that sounds about right but personally it was too expensive for me so I found an alternative call Daisy birthing classes which I found amazingly helpful to get me prepared for birth. In fact so much so that I did 2 back to back courses. Which were a far more affordable price for me (although it is ladies only). thedaisyfoundation.com/daisy-birthing/

ammature Mon 10-Aug-15 10:47:43

There is daisy birthing in my area- Cardiff but I definitely want my husband to be there he's the one who will have to keep me focused / sane!

thejenh Tue 11-Aug-15 03:33:04

Hi. I am a Natal Hypnotherapy practitioner practitioner based in CardiffCardiff (You, Me & Baby). I run group courses for couples which cost £180, or individual sessions for £220. I also have a weekly Pregnancy Relaxation Hour for women only which is £6 a session and includes a guided relaxation followed by the chance to discuss any issues or concerns you may have, and chat to other mums to be. My couples courses are really thorough and have a real focus on the birth partner, teaching you both some really useful practical techniques to use.

Mrscog Tue 11-Aug-15 03:37:52

I bought a cd for £11 and found it really helpful alone, I don't think I'd have got extra benefit from doing the classes, in fact giving up so many evenings/weekends in the run up to having dc1 would have caused stress!

thejenh Tue 11-Aug-15 03:49:05

Every single couple that has attended my course can tell you how much more it helped over just listening to the CD. Me also with my first baby....the course was invaluable to me but especially my husband!

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