Jane Wallington - The Hypnobirth Doula
Hi! I'm Jane and i'm incredibly passionate about empowering and supporting mothers and birth partners to have the right birth on the day.
I founded Breeze Birthing back in 2012, after the amazing birth of my second daughter and since then I have gone on to become a Hypnobirthing Teacher (trained in two methods), a Birth Doula, a Freedom Fertility Coach, a Closing The Bones massage therapist, a Rewind Technique Trauma Practitioner and a Positive Birth Movement Facilitator.
Six of my wonderful clients have gone on to also train as Hypnobirthing teachers and I've taught Hypnobirthing to every medical professional I can think of in the birth field.
I love my clients and I love what I do, but I couldn't do it without the love and support of my family X
"Ten months after the birth of our first daughter, I fell pregnant again. A whole bag full of mixed emotions fell over me, but the biggest by far was fear. Fear of a repeat of Ruby's birth, fear of intervention again, fear of post natal depression.
I was actually planning a caesarean this time around and we saw two specialists at The Rosie, Addenbrookes, who both said I'd need intervention, yet again.
I listened to my midwife-who recommended we do Hypnobirthing classes and decided to do the course. It changed my life. After the course I felt very different, positive, calm and prepared.
At 40+3 wks I was in Asda, food shopping with Ruby, when my surges started. I continued on as normal, came home, unpacked and cooked a roast dinner!
My husband went off to work at 9.30pm and I continued with my relaxation and breathing practice. At midnight my surges were 2-3mins apart, my husband came home, my mother arrived to babysit and we went to The Rosie Hospital, Cambridge.
Just an hour after arriving, Jessica Nala was born gently and calmly (and fast asleep!) in the water and with no pain relief. No intervention was required, at all. This time, it was the most amazing experience, I had so much energy afterwards- fed, showered and ready to go home after another hour and I hoovered in the afternoon!
Jessica was a very typical hypnobirth baby- calm, content, alert and she had a very high APGAR score of 10. She fed exceptionally well, smiled early at 2 weeks and was laughing by 5 weeks. A very different bond exists between us.
This is why I love what I do."
Jane in the news...
The Listing Magazine ‘My Local Life’, January 2018;
Royston Crow, April 2017;
Biggleswade Comet, April 2017;
Cambridge News, May 2015;
Biggleswade Chronicle, May 2014
Front page & article in the Cambridge News, February 2013;
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