HypnoBirthing® – The Mongan Method
By marrying philosophy and technique, HypnoBirthing® – The Mongan Method teaches women how to reduce severe pain that is often accompanied by labor. The method centers on making fear and tension absent during the labor process to reduce pain.
HypnoBirthing® – The Mongan Method is not a new concept but rather a ‘rebirth’ of a philosophy that has been around for thousands of years. But it wasn’t until the 1920s, when British obstetrician Dr. Grantly Dick-Read reintroduced this method, that the concept of natural birthing was recaptured as an option for women giving birth.
To learn more about HypnoBirthing®, visit www.hypnobirthing.com.
Join us for this five-session class to have:
- Understanding of how the birthing muscles work in perfect harmony – as they were designed to do – when your body is relaxed and you trust the process
- Learning how to achieve relaxation, free of the resistance that fear creates
- Learning to use your natural birthing instincts for a calm, serene, and comfortable birth
Kelli M. Paulus, BA HBCE
Kelli Paulus is a HypnoBirthing® Practitioner who believes in helping families bring their babies into the world in a calm, peaceful manner. She has been teaching HypnoBirthing® since 2010, and has a young son named Sawyer, born in 2009 using HypnoBirthing®.
Early registration required. Registration closes one week before class begins. Dress comfy and bring a pillow or two. For those in a situation of financial hardship, a sliding scale may be used. Please contact PNU at 630/203-8188 for more information.