Friday, August 17, 2012

Guest Post: How to Avoid a Medical Induction Seminar

Are you interested in natural effective techniques to avoid a medical induction?

Are you tired of seeing birthing mothers face a cascade of intervention that could be avoided?

Are you frustrated with seeing fear take over what could be an empowering birth?

Are you saddened by the amount of medicalisation in the birth process?
We are hosting a one-time complimentary teleseminar on Thursday September 13 at 830am (Sydney Australia time). That’s Perth 630am, Alice Springs/Darwin/Cairns 8am, Auckland NZ 1030am, In other parts of the world this means: Wednesday September 12, LA & Vancouver 330pm, NY & Montreal 630pm & London 1130pm.

Listen LIVE from your land line or Skype on the day if you can as there will be specials, or else receive a recording later and listen to it when you’re free – it’s that easy!


On this call, Naomi and Rebecca from Acubirth and the Red Tent Health Centre will reveal:

          • The biggest mistake that can hinder the start of birth

          • The best acupressure point to encourage bub to engage and ripen that cervix

          • What the ancient secrets are and how they can empower your women

          • How Chinese medicine can deliver more choice and effective outcomes for birth

          • The importance of touch and how crucial it is in the lead up to birth

          • How to calm nerves and deal naturally with anxiety

          • Inspiring pregnancy and birthing stories where situations have been incredibly turned around using acupressure

You definitely want to save your spot for this one-time event. It’s so easy to attend from anywhere, in the comfort of your own home or wherever you are on the move. If you can, be near a computer connected to the internet, as we’ll be referring to juicy info on line.

Naomi and Rebecca both run Acubirth for Midwives as well as the Red Tent Health Centre in Sydney, Australia. Acubirth is a specialised education website for midwives to find out how natural eastern remedies can improve birthing outcomes for their clients, as well as how it can support their own health and wellbeing. All courses are accredited by the Australian College of Midwives.

On this exciting call you will not only get an insight into how supportive Chinese medicine can be for your women but you will come away with tools you can use right away. On the day we’ll be telling you how you can learn even more about acupressure for midwifery, in a way that’s accredited by the Australian College of Midwives (and we’re in the process of getting specialty credit from the American College of Nurse Midwives also).


We look forward to meeting with you on the 13th.


Naomi Abeshouse and Rebecca Mar Young
Your Eastern Birthing Mentors
Acubirth and Red Tent Health Centre

~ Empowering mothers with eastern remedies ~

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