Hi I’m Beatrice I have been teaching yoga and meditation to women since 2012.
I certified as a KG Hypnobirthing teacher in 2017 and used it myself as I gave birth in December that year. The learnings helped me hugely to overcome my fears and doubts and experience an amazing and serene pregnancy and birth as a result.
KG Hypnobirthing course is designed specifically for mothers in the UK. KG Hypnobirthing is a complete in-depth antenatal training programme designed to release fear and build confidence during birth.
This workshop gives the information needed to understand the physiology of birth so that the parents-to-be can take their decisions based on facts rather than beliefs. It facilitates a more natural birth in a more relaxed way which will be beneficial for both the baby and the mum. The partner also plays a great role in supporting the mother and being involved in every step. It allows to develop a stronger relationship in the couple and to be ready to welcome the baby in the most harmonious manner.I teach individuals and couples privately or in small intimate groups in my beautiful studio garden in Islington / Essex Road
When is the best time to do the training?
From the second trimester, so that you have plenty of time to practice and benefit from the KG Hypnobirthing tools during the rest pregnancy as much as when you birth your baby. Most pregnant women attend from their 20th month. However, it is never too late as the course can be made intensive over a weekend, so even though you are in your last weeks, you will definitely get the benefits of KG Hypnobirthing too.
What will you learn during the courses:
· Breathing exercises
· Deep relaxations
· Very effective work to release fear and build confidence
· Comforting massage
· How the father can be your powerful protector and support
· How your body is designed to give birth with efficiency and comfort
· Knowledge and information about pregnancy and birth that you are unlikely to be told anywhere else
· How ‘the system’ that you find yourself in works, and how to work with it to achieve the best result for you
· A simple practice regime to support you at home
· Understanding how the mind and body work together
The full group programme includes:
– A total of 12-hours working together face-to-face
– The Colour & Calmness MP3 (Which is sent to you before you the programme so you can already enjoy the benefits of this amazing relaxing scripts. Original voice: Katherine Graves)
– The KGhypnobirthing book & a folder of handouts to support you during the course and throughout your pregnancy.
Where: Private Garden Studio Islington / Essex Road
Consecutive Saturday Workshops: Saturday May 25th & Saturday June 1st – 10am – 5pm
One Weekend Intensive: Saturday 15th & Sunday 16th June
Midweek Wednesday Evenings: July 10th | 17th | 24th | 31st
One Weekend Intensive Saturday 10th & Sunday 11th August
Numbers: minimum 2 couples – maximum 5 couples
Rates: £290 per couple
For a chat about the workshops and how Hypnobirthing can transform the birthing experience for yourself, your partner and your baby why not contact Beatrice at firstname.lastname@example.org
Beeyogi was born from a passion for yoga and from the desire to communicate it with others.
Teacher’s name : Beatrice
Education & training: One-year diploma in Yogic Education from the Sports and Health University of Lille – France (2014)
Certified yoga teacher from Bihar School of Yoga, Munger, India (2012)
Bsc(Hons) in Business and Technology
Vipassana Basic course and 10-days retreat Theravada Buddhism (Northern Thailand), Thich Nhat Hanh Educators retreat (Plum Village), online positive psychology course with B. Fredrickson, Intro to Buddhism at the North London Buddhist Centre, online Mindfulness for wellbeing and peak performance course (Monash University)
Yoga dynamic, Yin yoga, yoga Nidra, Meditation based on Mindfulness, Thich Nhat Hanh, Buddhism and yoga traditions.
Worked 10 years in the IT industry as a manager and project manager.
Speciality: Corporate and office people, cancer and strokes survivors, elderly keep fit programme, depression and burn-out, athletes, women and cycles.
In February 2012, I decided to change career and take a deeper path into yoga. I had a profound desire to share yoga and its benefits with others. I went to India, to the root of traditional yoga. I studied and lived in the Satyananda ashram for 8 weeks. I had an amazing and intense approach to the traditional philosophy of yoga. Since 2012, I haven’t stopped teaching and studying. I recently graduated from the University of Lille (France, 2014) in a one year “yogic education” diploma; those studies gave me the opportunity to deepen my knowledge and understanding how yoga is a way of living and path to well-being.