Language: English | Size: 698 MB | Duration: 56m
Prepare for a natural birth with these amazing techniques. A great pregnancy confidence boost for you and your partner!
What you’ll learn
apply simple but effective acupressure techniques to help manage pain during labour
encourage a baby to turn into the correct position
encourage contractions to re-start or become stronger
help calm the birthing woman
help reduce nausea during labour
reduce afterpains and encourage initial milk flow
help with post-natal recovery
Learn simple techniques developed by leading expert Debra Betts, who has taught them to hundreds of pregnant women, birth partners, midwives and practitioners around the world. They’ve been amazed by the results!
Sign up now and feel confident as you approach your due-date that you and your partner have the tools to promote a better birth experience
No prior experience or special skills needed!
More than 50 students in the first few days on Udemy!
Early 5-star reviews from happy students!
Debra Betts has taught acupressure to promote a better birth experience to midwives, practitioners and pregnant women for many years. Now – at last – this professionally produced course offers a detailed explanation, fully demonstrated, of the techniques involved. Ideal for practitioners of acupuncture, acupressure, shiatsu and massage, doulas, birth helpers and pregnant women, the course includes testimonials from women and their partners who have used the techniques during labour, and a downloadable ‘cheat sheet’ with illustrated reminders of the most important pressure points and their application.
“I was absolutely amazed by how much it helped me.”
“As soon as my partner’s contractions began, it
was obvious that this was really effective. It
was also the ideal way for me to feel fully
involved with the delivery.’
“All three of my children were born naturally.
However, we used acupressure the last time
And the difference was amazing!’
Who this course is for:
This course is designed mainly for pregnant women and their birth partners, as well as professionals who work with women during labour such as acupuncturists, doulas and midwives