|Turn, Posterior Baby, Turn! is a deep hypnosis session that gently encourages you to relax all the muscles and any constriction around your baby, and it contains highly effective hypnotic suggestions for turning baby to the anterior position, if that is the safest way for baby to be positioned.
Hypnosis can be excellent for turning a posterior baby, (one who is turned around facing the mother’s front instead of her back, prior to or during labor) since the baby is registered by the inner mind as part of the mother! You may want to look into other natural posterior turning techniques as well, to augment your Hypnobabies hypnosis track.
“4 days past my “guess date” I decided I needed some fun to distract me from anxiously awaiting my baby’s arrival. I saw Blooma was hosting a Belly Mapping and Belly Painting night with Spinning Babies and thought it would be perfect. During the class we found out our baby was ROT (Right Occiput Transverse), which is considered a posterior position. I was shown a couple of exercises I could do and left feeling a little worried about the position. The next night I headed back to Blooma for my usual Sunday night yoga class with our doula, Lindsay. She gave me the Hypnobabies track “Turn, Posterior Baby, Turn.” That night I gave it a try before going to sleep. Two hours later I got up to go to the bathroom and used my new belly mapping skills to find out that my baby had turned! She was now on the left side of my belly and therefore better able to put pressure on my cervix. I went back to sleep excited that my baby was in an optimal position and astonished at how powerful the mind really is (what a confidence boost for birth!).” ~ Alayna
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Important – READ BEFORE ORDERING: Our Hypnobabies MP3 track files are much larger than a 4- minute song download, and are too large to download directly into a small device, especially Apple/iOS products, which may need a third-party app to complete the process. You’ll need to download your MP3 files into your computer or a cloud-based service such as DropBox or iCloud *first* and then transfer them to a smaller device such as an iPad, smart phone or MP3 player.