Birth Breathing Techniques
There is NO global history of universal birth breathing skills.
Before the Modern World every culture and society had it’s own health system that focused on all aspects of Life including pregnancy, birth, newborns and children.
Traditional Women have no idea they have a cervix! That’s modern science. Most Women didn’t know they were pregnant for months. We do in the modern society.
Around the world Women have told each other because there’s no way to know what your birth will be like therefore there’s really nothing you can do to prepare for it.
Listen to the question the Director of Common Knowledge Trust asks every group of Women.
Times changed and universal birth breathing skills began to evolve.
Dr. Dick Grantly-Read developed the first extensively taught birth breathing techniques in the early 1950s.
In the 1970s Lamaze and The Bradley birth breathing techniques became widely used.
Then in the 1990s Hypnobirthing and Hypnobabies became very popular and still is.
A great start to universal skills. There were many problems with all these methods.
Listen to the Director of Common Knowledge Trust explain why these methods could never become universal for all Women and every birth.
Success for some but failing so many
The 1970s in the US was a shifting Time in childbirth. Lamaze and The Bradley Method were well known. Millions of birthing women used these skills and fathers were being permitted to come into hospitals and be a ‘birth-coach’ using these birth breathing techniques.
Sadly these skills focused on a small group of women:
- Low risk pregnant women who wanted a natural birth
- Those who were seeking a pain-free labor
- Women seeking to reduce medical care
Many too many birthing women were just plan left out of this first evolution of birth breathing techniques.
Birthing Better skills began to develop in the early 1970s created by hundreds of pregnant families from diverse backgrounds who just wanted good birth breathing skills for their birth experience.
Birth breathing are not the only phenomenal Birthing Better skills developed by families
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