ISU Conception Pregnancy & Childbirth Birth Class Techniques Discussion

Iowa State University

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Select two of the following birth class techniques and find research-based information regarding each technique. Then write a reflection about the information you found.

  • Bradley
  • Lamaze
  • Alexander
  • Hypnobirthing
  • Pain to Power

Your paper must be 2-3 pages in length, double-spaced, using a 12-point Times New Roman font, with 1-inch margins. The paper must contain this information:

  • an overview of each technique (2-3 paragraphs each),
  • a section comparing/contrasting the techniques,
  • your reaction/thoughts/preferences to the techniques,
  • a reference page (not to be included in the 2-3 page requirement).

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Conception, Pregnancy, & Childbirth: Birth Class Techniques

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Conception, Pregnancy, & Childbirth: Birth Class Techniques
The physiological care model continues to gain popularity. This is especially true with
midwives, birth educators, and women (Varner, 2015). For this reason, classes have been
established to prepare women who want to have natural birth. Two of the most common birth
class techniques are the hypnobirthing and Bradley methods. They offer novel lessons that can
help expectant women to prepare for the arrival of their little ones and manage labor in a natural
way during the birth process.
Hypnobirthing’s main aim is to make pregnant women view the birthing process as a
positive thing. Marie Mongan is the brain behind the hypnobirthing. She let the method known
through her book, Hypnobirthing: A celebration of life’ in 1989. Her own experiences during
pregnancy inspired her to develop the method (Varner, 2015). She believes that “every woman
has the power in her to call upon her natural maternal instinct to birth her babies in joy and
comfort in a manner that depicts nature.” Hypnobirthing instills the belief that childbirth can be ...

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