Mindfulness, Yoga & Hypno Birth Preparation

Preparing physically and mentally for the best birth for your family

These resources support the face-to-face workshops I run with pregnant women and their birth partner(s). The concepts and theories I present are relatively simple; it is the practice that makes all the difference. To support your practice you will find the relaxation tracks (yoga nidra and hypnobirthing), audio tracks for all the breathing techniques, the powerpoint presentation for the whole workshop and handouts.

There is also a discount code for the online Mother & Baby Yoga so you can start enjoying songs and mini moves together before you can attend class.

Your Instructor

Yoga with Tessa
Yoga with Tessa

I am a British Wheel of Yoga teacher and have been teaching women for 15 years now, specialising in Pregnancy and Mother & Baby Yoga. I also run women's circles (see www.cyclicalwisdom.com) and teach hypopressive exercises for prolapse and incontinence.

Before my second child arrived I was a post-doctoral researcher based at the Bristol Royal Infirmary. I also make what I teach as evidence-based as possible.

For full biography, with complete listing of qualifications please visit www.tessayoga.co.uk/about-me

Frequently Asked Questions

When does the course start and finish?
You have access to these resources before the face-to-face workshop so that you can begin to use them, especially if the workshop date is close to your estimated due date. You will have access to these resources until 6 months after the workshop.
How long do I have access to the course?
After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for 6 months (ie beyond when your baby will have arrived!) - across any and all devices you own. The relaxation tracks are all downloadable so you can store then wherever is easiest for you to access them for practice. The handouts are also downloadable.

I have been studying pregnancy and birth for many years now and have put all my learning together into a practical workshop for pregnant women and their birth partners. These resources are to support your homework - practice makes perfect after all!

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