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Looking Back and Ahead

The start of a New Year is one of my favourite times of the year. It feels so juicy and full of new opportunities, endless possibilities, a whole new blank chapter in our book of life! The year started off incredibly here with a beautiful calm birth supported by a 3 year old big brother, it […]

Words on Pregnancy: 4 Minutes

Here are a couple words on pregnancy to help you out. Have a look at how magical you are… You body busy growing another human without even needing to think about it. Aren’t you incredible! Imagine how beneficial it is to do something that feels good to you everyday during this creational process. What is […]

Flying while pregnant looking out from plane window

Flying While Pregnant: What You Need to Know

‘Tis the holiday season and for many expanded mummies, that means traveling to visit friends and family! For the expecting mother, flying while pregnant could be a daunting task. To help you lovely ladies out, I’ve put together some tips that will help you travel your healthiest! Flying While Pregnant: Preparation 1. If you are […]

Death Doula Workshops in November

We are pleased to welcome back Denise Love to Singapore this month for more deep connection and lots of laughter. Denise will be teaching 2 workshops: 1. Foundation Death Doula November 24 & 25th  2016 9am – 3pm $190 for early bird registration which ends November 9th Location: East Coast  2. When a Baby Dies  November 22nd […]

Dads explain how they became the perfect birth partners

Birth Partners: Well-Informed Dads are Perfect

I often get asked, ‘Should I bring my partner to the birthing class? The short answer is that up-to-date dads serve as the perfect birth partners. Birth partners are people who give birthing mothers emotional and physical support during the process. Evidence shows that mothers may be able to handle labor much better when a […]

Aurore holds her baby after successful VBAC Birth!

VBAC Birth: How to Arrive to the Hospital Fully Dilated

At Love Based Birth, we often hear back from mothers who go on to have amazing, successful birth stories in which we helped play a part. Here is an amazing share from Aurore, who had a successful VBAC birth! Grateful to Aurore’s for sharing her birth journey with us: “Working full time with long hours and […]

Graduates from our Love Based Birth classes!

VBAC Birth: Ready for Birth!

One of our mothers just had a successful VBAC birth (Vaginal birth after c-section)! Firstly, we will acknowledge the latest graduates from Love Based Birth preparation program! A fabulous group of couples ready to rock positive, connected, informed births. Yay! One of these mummas messaged me this weekend to let me know she had her […]

Tell me one thing you wish you had known during the first trimester of your pregnancy

First Trimester of Pregnancy Questions

During the first trimester of pregnancy, many questions will arise for the expecting parents. On of the most asked questions is: “what is the one thing you wish you had known during the first trimester of your pregnancy?” Early pregnancy can be a confusing time and these are the questions I hear often: When do I […]

Pregnant mother holding belly in birthing class

Are Birthing Classes Necessary? 3 Important Reasons Why They Are Superior to Hospital Classes

As a conscious pregnant parent, you will find yourself asking: Are birthing classes necessary? Independent birth preparation classes are usually taught by someone who is very passionate about birth and is invested in helping you achieve the birth of your dreams. You will learn the importance of discuss things like episiotomy (cutting your vagina) with […]

Stress during pregnancy video

Stress During Pregnancy: Science Says Talk to Your Baby

Stress during pregnancy is a natural occurrence. That being said, it is also something that should be managed. Fact: Our emotions during pregnancy are experienced by our little ones; the scientific evidence proving this is growing. Does that mean we shouldn’t experience stress during pregnancy? Does that mean we are failing as mums if we […]