Thank you Sophia I have Effective birth preparation (hospital or birth centre): self hypnosis by Maggie Howell. Which leads to another question I am currently considering a home birth would I be better off with another cd for home birth or will this one be as effective?
I started it at 34 weeks and found it good for labour, I used the Maggie Howell natal hypnotherapy and the book. I only got half way through the book though, I found the relaxation and breathing techniques useful during, so am sure you can take things from it and adapt to a home birth.
Never to late! I had my first ever hypno birthing experience whilst actually in labour lol! I'd always been sceptical of.it but when I went in labour my midwife asked if I minded using some techniques as she'd just passes a course. Why not I thought so went along. After an amazing water birth I am now 100% going for a water/hypno birthing experience again this time around and really doing my homework x
Ooh I have Maggie Howells too - funnily enough I have the homebirth one but am planning to give birth in a birthing centre. I don't think there is much difference at all - there's just one sentence where she says something like 'the familiar sights of home make you feel relaxed', and otherwise it's the same script :-) I've found it really relaxing and helpful.