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Veronika has always been interested in how the mind works, how we can influence our minds, and how the mind effects our bodies, our beliefs, and our behaviors. After finishing a Bachelor I Psychology, Veronika got pregnant with her first child and was introduced to Hypnobirthing for the first time. While preparing for her birth with Hypnobirthing, she learned more about the mind-body connection, what happens in the body during labour and birth, and how, as expecting parents, we can benefit this natural process by working with our minds and our bodies, educating ourselves, and making informed decisions. This is also when her passion for childbirth really kicked off.

After having experienced two beautiful and empowering births herself, she decided to start teaching Hypnobirthing herself, with the goal to provide more parents with education and tools that can help them prepare for and influence their own birth experiences in a positive manner.

 

Veronika does not want to limit herself to helping parents prepare for birth, she wants to be able to offer her continuous support and guidance on this special journey through pregnancy, labour, birth and beyond. So she decided to deep dive further into the birth world and started studying to be a doula. She is now a doula in training, and offers her support as such to expecting parents.

 

Veronika and Kasia first met when Veronika during her second pregnancy started attending Kasia’s prenatal yoga classes. They soon discovered they have a common passion for childbirth and specifically for Hypnobirthing.

 

Here is where you can read more about Veronika and what she does.

Veronika's classes at Mamamoon School

Pregnancy

BIRTH PREP: NATURAL WAYS TO INDUCE LABOR

Did you know that most first babies come late? On average 10 days late? Yet there are protocols that for safety reasons ask us to induce labor when we are 10 days or 2 weeks late, depending on your country.. At the same time we also have ways to help to induce labor naturally - some we can start as early as week 36! 

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BIRTH PREP: WHY TO RELAX IN LABOR

Relaxation and giving birth doesn't always feel right when put in the same sentence. Yet, it's exactly what we should be working towards. Learn why, and find out how to work towards your calm and beautiful birth!

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BIRTH PREP: THE ROLE OF THE BIRTH PARTNER

We often get this question from our partners: what's their role during birth? What it is that they can do better than a team of birth professionals around us during labor? Or a supportive statement: 'I will do all you aske me to do', but then again - how would you know what they could do to help you during..

 

Join the class by yourself or with your partner, learn about the examples when they can support you and how, and make your own decision afterwards how it could look like for the two of you. 

Mamamoon Online Course

BIRTH PREP: YOUR BODY IN LABOR

Understand how your body works during labor, regain the trust in what you already have, and learn how to use it to the most e.g. when managing labor with movement, and when choosing the position for birth

Birthing Room

BIRTH PREP: YOUR BIRTHING ROOM

Learn everything about how to set up your birthing room, doesn't matter if at home, hospital or in a birthing center. Understand the basics of what helps us to progress during labor, learn some tips and examples and find out what would work for YOU!

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BIRTH PREP: PRACTICES AFTER WEEK 35 THAT YOU SHOULD KNOW OF

Preparing for labor can be many things.. Here we focus on how you can prepare your body, your baby and environment around you to make the experience smoother..

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BIRTH PREP: WHAT'S THE BABY'S MOST OPTIMAL POSITION FOR BIRTH

Have you heard of baby's position in your belly? Did you know that there are some positions that can make birthing experience smoother? And did you know that you can help your baby get there while still pregnant?

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DEEP RELAXATION BASED ON HYPNOBIRTHING

We will start with one of the breathing practices for pregnancy and labor, followed by a deep relaxation based on HypnoBirthing method. No need for prior HypnoBirthing training. You can either use this class to explore HypnoBirthing or stay connected with your practice.