Birth Experience Design
Prepare your mind/body/soul for your birth experience.
During this online program, we will explore ways to dive into your true wants and will identify what’s in the way. Your subconscious has a profound effect on everything that you do, including the way that your body births your baby.
I will guide you through becoming more centered, intuitive, and empowered and from there, you will be able to get clear on your desires for your Birth Experience.
I have designed this program to help you take the guess-work out of what to include, what to leave out, and why you even NEED to plan for your birth experience in the first place.
You will be able to move through the program and work at your own pace, in your own time.
If you have questions about these classes, contact me at [email protected].
No, I won’t let you go unsupported….but you need to do your part and say YES to yourself!
Benefits of Birth Experience Design:
Improved physical and emotional state during pregnancy
Decreased fear and anxiety during pregnancy and throughout labor
Increased satisfaction with your birth experience
Improved mother-baby bonding
Healthier postpartum emotional state
Improved bonding with your baby
Improved physical postpartum recovery
Ability to enjoy time with your newborn and your family
Decreased costs for mental health or postpartum recovery
Less strain on marriage
Healthier interactions with your children
Better use of resources and community
Happier, healthier family dynamic
General sense of empowerment
Birth Experience Design + 3 month Coaching Package
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Payment Plans are available upon request
A client wrote out her Birth Story beautifully. In her full write-up, she gives background of her first labor experience with her son, and what led her to seek out coaching and achieve her victorious VBAC with her daughter. Here's a snippet:
... When I got pregnant with Timmins I decided I wanted to approach my preparation differently in order to have the experience I wanted. I emailed Emily Masnoon, someone I had taken prenatal yoga from when I was pregnant with Bailey and I asked her for help. Specifically, I asked her if she could help me put together that thing I so scoffed at the first time around: a birth plan. She agreed, but she also offered me so much more than that piece of paper to hand to my doctor. She showed me how important self care (spiritual, emotional, and physical) during pregnancy was to the culmination of the pregnancy. Perhaps most importantly, she challenged me. At first I balked at some of her suggestions for reading and writing. When we checked in about my stalled enthusiasm, I realized I was facing that fear again: what if I did all this work and the outcome was the same. Well, she asked, what if it’s not? And even if it is you’ve given yourself this grounding experience during pregnancy. Ok, fair enough, I thought. I dove in, vision boards, meditation, yoga, reading, research. And, ultimately, a birth plan…
The Yoga practices themselves are wonderful! Emily is such a gifted prenatal yoga instructor. Her classes strike a great balance of effort and relaxation. When I finish class, I not only feel rejuvenated and relieved of my pregnancy aches, but I also feel stronger. The sequencing of each practice is varied, which keeps it interesting, though it is clear that every element of every practice is carefully crafted using Emily’s deep knowledge of how pregnant bodies can/should safely move and what is beneficial for preparing the body for pregnancy, labor, birth, and post-partum recovery. In addition to guiding us through the physical practice, Emily coaches us in how to use breath as a tool and how to identify our own unproductive thought patterns and instead recognize the power and agency that we possess within. She does this all in a straightforward, no nonsense way that exudes confidence, love and respect.”