Hypnobirthing – The Complete Guide

Published on January 10, 2018

First off congratulations on your wonderful news! You are now faced with a crazy amount of options and choices as a ‘mum to be’ and this can either be really exciting or just too much hassle.  Every mum to be is different in their approach to childbirth, and Alexandra Rose, founder of The Mothership LTD shares her top tips in this fantastic guide.

Alexandra will cover some main questions you might have about Hypnobirthing including:

  1. This is of interest to you
  2. You can then do your own research after reading this article
  3. Or you can cross it off your list and have one thing less to worry about.

Alexandra teaches the KG Hypnobirthing Method and was taught by Katherine Graves herself.

So what is hypnobirthing?

Read More

How To Find the Best Maternity Care in London

Published on December 1, 2017

Finding the best maternity care can seem daunting, there is a multitude of options available. I think the key here is to remember that the “best” maternity care is the care that is right for you. Every birth, as is every woman, is different. What is right for one woman is not always right for another. Circumstances and situations change and what worked previously may not be right this time.

So here are some things you might like to think about when planning for such a precious and special event.

Read More

Finding The Best Private Maternity Care In London

Published on November 29, 2017

Whether you are planning your family or have already started on your journey to parenthood, your maternity care is important. Both mother and baby will need care from the start of the pregnancy right through to post delivery. Finding the right maternity care for you will ensure that you feel confident and relaxed about the birth, meaning you can enjoy such an amazing life event as welcoming your new arrival.

London has the majority of private hospitals and wards offering maternity care in the UK. As everyone is different, so are the options available to you when planning your birth. Broadly speaking, care will fall into two main groups – for those not at risk of complications, there is the option of either midwife-led care or consultant-led care. Those who are at risk of complications may only be able to have consultant-led care.

Read More