When to start: The best time to start your HypnoBirthing course is between 18
and 30 weeks. However many women have begun earlier than this, or very late
in pregnancy, and found the training invaluable.
Doing the course at any stage is better than not at all.
Course length and times: Each course runs for 5 weeks. The classes are generally held on a Sunday evening 5.30-8.00 pm.
2021 Course dates *** BOOK NOW ***
Where is the course held? At a modern, spacious venue in central Nelson.
Course price: Group sessions are $425 per couple for the five-week training, including the HypnoBirthing book, the audio practice download card, resource folder, snacks, and of course all the skills you will need to have a calm, peaceful birth.
Private full-course training is $850 per couple (also includes the resources listed above).
A refresher session of 2 hours is $215 for previous attendees.
Private courses and refresher sessions are by appointment.
Who are your tutors for group and private classes: Anna Wilde and Kelly Mahuika who are both registered as a certified Hypnobirthing practitioner with the HypnoBirthing Institute. Anna is currently teaching the group classes and Kelly is available for privates, but this is flexible and may change at any time.
What now: For more information contact us by email.
To register fill in our online registration form here.
Please be sure to contact us at the time of interest or registration to ensure there is space in the class. Thanks!
'I strongly recommend any expectant parents to consider Anna Wilde’s hypnobirthing class. It gave both my partner and me such a good base from which to approach our birth. We feel really empowered to know that whatever happens on the day, we have the tools at the ready, learned through Anna’s instruction at the course and practicing at home, to help
us stay cool, calm, and in control of what our birthing experience will be for us. Thank you so much for a wonderful course, it was the highlight of our week!' Brittany
'We found the hypno-birthing classes to enormously rewarding, giving us actual tools we can use, and a feeling of having an important say in what goes on during our birthing experience. The skills we learned have bought us closer together as a couple, and we are now looking forward eagerly to the birth, knowing we have everything we need to make it as smooth and relaxed as possible.' (They went on to have a great normal birth.) Tegan and Al