Why HypnoBirthing?

If you’d looked at me in the middle of a contraction, you’d think I’d just closed my eyes and nodded off for a few moments. No screaming…no shouting…no pain.

Unbelievable? Impossible even?

That’s what I used to think too. But I was wrong…

Looking for an alternative

When I became pregnant for the first time, back in October 2001, I had some real worries about giving birth.

I wanted to find a method that was less painful than what I was being offered. Something that helped me get over my fears and put me in control of my birth – not the hospital or the doctors.

So, I went looking for an alternative – just like you’re doing now.

What I discovered shook everything I thought I knew about birth…

The myth of painful birth

Everything you see or hear about birth – from friends, family, or on TV – tells you giving birth is going to hurt.

At worst, it’s portrayed as some agonising and traumatic experience you have to endure, with your partner standing helplessly by while you scream and suffer in pain.

Sound familiar?

Your friends and family mean well. They want you to know what to expect.

They think they’re helping, by preparing you for ’the inevitable’.

The only thing is – they’re WRONG

Pain is not inevitable.

How can I be so sure?

Because, as you’ll see, my experience of giving birth was very different. And I’m not alone.

There’s thousands of women who’ve discovered the power of what I’m about to tell you…

I found a method that teaches you that you don’t have to suffer agony when you give birth. A method that shows you how it is possible to have a pain-free birth.

Most importantly, a method that puts you in control of your birth.

The name of that method is HypnoBirthing.

HypnoBirthing? I don’t want to be hypnotised!

If you’re like most people, you’re probably thinking “HypnoBirthing? Does that mean I have to be hypnotised? I don’t like the sound of that!”

Yes – but hypnosis is almost certainly not what you think it is.

No party tricks

Unfortunately, stage and television hypnosis has given many people a very negative and mistaken view of hypnotherapy in general. You know the sort of thing I mean.

You probably think of a stage hypnotist (as opposed to a hypnotherapist) making people eat a lemon, talk in Martian or believe they’re naked in public. Not a very appealing idea for most people, I’m sure you’ll agree.

But you can be sure that if I indulged in these kinds of ‘party tricks’, as a member of the British Institute of Hypnotherapy I’d be struck off.

Nothing to fear

Perhaps you’re simply afraid of hypnosis? Worried you’ll be in a trance, and out of control?

Maybe you’re scared you’ll feel compelled to blurt out some deep, dark secret? Or be made to do something you don’t want to?

This is, quite simply, not possible.

Hypnotherapy cannot override your basic instincts.

No hypnotherapist can make you do anything you really don’t want to.

What hypnosis really is

Clinical hypnotherapy, and HypnoBirthing, means you are always in control.

Hypnosis is simply a feeling of relaxed concentration, just like when you’re absorbed in a good book. If it’s a really good one, you’re still awake, and aware of what’s going on around you – but you just ’tune out’ the distractions.

That’s hypnosis.

Maybe you’ve had times when you’ve driven a familiar journey, and when you arrive you realise you’d done it on ’auto-pilot’?

That’s hypnosis too.

Here’s how one client described her first hypnotherapy session…

“I thought I hadn’t been hypnotised, as I expected to be ‘out of it’ and I wasn’t. I just felt really relaxed.”

KK, Northampton

There’s really nothing to be scared of. We all go in and out of hypnotic states naturally, on a regular basis.

How do you know HypnoBirthing works?

Simple – I “put my money where my mouth is” – twice.

Less than 3 months after qualifying as a HypnoBirthing practitioner, I put the techniques to the ultimate test – and used it successfully when I gave birth to my son, Joseph.

I managed fifteen hours of induced labour – with contractions so strong they had the needle of the monitor off the chart – but I could only feel pressure.

By using the same self-hypnosis and breathing techniques I will teach you, I was able to relax and be completely comfortable. The midwives couldn’t believe what they were seeing (and neither could my husband!)

I then went one better in May 2005, when I gave birth to my beautiful, 8lb 13oz daughter, Grace. (A fair size, when I’m only 5’ tall myself, and a size 6/8!).

Again, the labour and birth was incredibly comfortable. There was a very brief “ouch” moment as her head came out, but other than that I thoroughly enjoyed the labour and birth. (How many mums do you know can say that?).

However, this time, HypnoBirthing gave me the confidence to give birth to Grace in the peace and quiet of my own home, rather than hospital. Grace was born completely naturally, and again without needing any pain relief.

So, having proved to myself how powerful these techniques are, I’m now incredibly passionate about wanting to teach you that birth can be a pleasant and enjoyable experience.

So what is HypnoBirthing about?

HypnoBirthing allows you to rediscover the truth that birth should be a calm and natural process – not a fraught and traumatic medical event.

Women in many other cultures give birth successfully and safely without all the intervention we in the West take for granted. HypnoBirthing will teach you why…and how.

The focus of HypnoBirthing is on teaching you and your partner some simple but specialised relaxation and breathing techniques. These easy to learn techniques make the whole birth easier, calmer and more comfortable.

HypnoBirthing doesn’t require any particular belief system, or prior experience. Some of our mums (and especially their husbands) have been very sceptical at first – until they experience it for themselves.

Just imagine – instead of screaming and being in pain, welcoming each surge. Feeling peaceful… relaxed… and even smiling as your baby comes closer to you.

Finally – something useful for the dad to do

Instead of your husband or partner being a helpless onlooker, they become a central part of the birthing process, helping you to stay calm and focussed on the techniques you’ve been taught.

As a result, the fathers feel proud to have been able to help, and to be an active part of the birth.

Just imagine how close that makes them feel to you and the baby…

Here’s what one delighted dad had to say:

“Several of my friends have had babies recently, and many of them told me it was a traumatic and stressful experience.

They said they felt powerless to ease the pain their partner was going through, and didn’t know what they were supposed to do.

Thanks to the techniques that Jenny taught us, I was able to help Catherine right the way through, and we both thoroughly enjoyed the birth – it was fantastic!”

Mark Jackson, Jersey

Twelve hours of contractions – and no pain

Mark’s wife Catherine was equally enthusiastic about HypnoBirthing.

“Using the breathing and relaxation techniques we were taught, I was able to get through twelve hours of contractions with absolutely no pain at all. All I could feel was pressure.

The final part, where I was pushing Mia out, stung a little bit but that was all, and I didn’t need any pain relief – not even gas and air.

What’s more, my sister saw me soon afterwards and said I looked as if I’d just come back from a health farm, not just given birth!”

Catherine Jackson, Jersey

Catherine and Mark were one of nine couples that I taught on a visit to Jersey, and the other couples also expressed their delight with the class.

Several of them commented that they learned far more than they ever expected. A common comment was “it was MUCH better than the NHS antenatal classes.

In fact, everyone was so impressed with how the births have gone that I went back again six months later to run another workshop for another nine couples, and HypnoBirthing is now well established on the island.

Here’s what some more of my mother’s have said about using HypnoBirthing.

Can’t rave about it enough

Marie Cooksey, Steve Bowerman and son FintanI gave birth to Fintan Joseph on Mon 10th May at 20.04. My surges started irregularly about 1pm, I then started timing them about 2pm.

Called Steve home from work at 3pm, because I wanted to relax more. Had a long deep bath, and they seemed to kick in fully then.

Midwife arrived at 7pm (when I was 7cm) and Fintan was born at 8.04pm. Pretty swift really. Oh and I had a homebirth as planned – which was lovely.

Midwives were well impressed at how calm and serene I looked.

I found that sleep breathing was excellent. It really did make the discomfort go away and is empowering as you know what your body is doing so you work with, instead of against it.

Steve was a fantastic birthing partner, calming me and talking me through my breathing – I wouldn’t have been able to do it without him. I played the CD constantly as well, and kept saying the affirmations in my head to make me focus on the job-in-hand.

As for the J breath, I loved it – it made the actual delivery easy-peasy.

I can’t rave about it enough. Plus one push and the placenta was out – who needs drugs?

Believe in the power that is HypnoBirthing and you too will be talked about at midwife meetings.

Our community midwives actually said it was one of the easiest first time-mother births that they had seen in 20 years – now that is some recommendation!!

Marie Cooksey, Northamptonshire

(This was the couple featured on “Richard & Judy” – read more…)

Sent to the pub during active labour

Just to let you know that I gave birth to a beautiful baby boy last week – he arrived at 2.27am on Thursday 13th May.

The labour was about 11 hours, but I was so relaxed that the midwives didn’t really believe I was in full blown labour until we had about 5 hours left to go! They were amazed when they checked me out and I was 5 cm dilated.

In fact, they said I should just keep on relaxing and sent Ben and I to the pub next to the hospital for an hour!

I had no pain relief at all, although I did jump into the pool, more because it seemed a shame not to when it was there for use!

The slow breathing was what got me through it – it’s a godsend.

Ben did a rainbow relaxation when the surges were becoming very intense, which helped – and the arm stroking was a real rock, as was the background cd music.

Elaine Millard, Bicester

Another raver

I can’t rave enough about HypnoBirthing. My husband and I decided to do the course as I was interested in what it involved.

Don’t be sceptical until you have tried it.

We started off with the intention of having our baby in hospital but by the end of our course decided to try and have a homebirth and hired a birthing pool which was lovely.

As the labour progressed, Andy took me into relaxation which enabled me to relax and even sleep while in the birthing pool.

I did go into hospital as a precaution as I wasn’t dilating enough [and] on entry to the hospital they wanted to give me a c-section straight away, believe it or not. However, I had a fantastic midwife who new what we wanted to do for the birth of our baby and gave us a chance to continue with that as the baby wasn’t distressed.

Andy took me into deep relaxation at this point and I actually fell asleep for about 1/2 an hour in the peak of my surges…it was at this point I believe my body had rested and relaxed enough to allow my baby to move ready to be delivered.

I do genuinely believe that if I had not had the HypnoBirthing experience I would not have realised the potential of my own body and how it needs to be able to ’get on with the job in hand’ without the addition of stress which fights it all the way.

When in relaxation I would describe it as that Sunday afternoon sleep that you contently drift in and out of. I could feel the surges and would describe them as the ache you get during your period.

Happy HypnoBirthing!

Heather and Andy Goram, Northampton

Calm labour

“I casually wandered into hospital with my husband, not even sure I was in labour, only to discover that I was already 6½cm dilated, and progressing fast! The midwives were astonished at how calm I was, especially for a first time mum!”

Katy Johnson, Thrapston

It wasn’t scary

“I didn’t have any pain relief not even gas and air…I just laid there and listen to my hypo-birthing CD…I felt all the contractions but it wasn’t scary I was just relaxed and concentrated on the breathing that I had been taught.

It was really strange when the contractions got really strong and close towards the end I just slipped in and out of a really deep state of relaxation, they said I didn’t make a sound. Once it was time for the baby to be born I automatically changed my breathing patterns and breathed him down to be born.

I was supposed to breathe him out as well but the midwife told me to push instead, so I did (wish I hadn’t as I ended up with stitches even though I did the massage, baby came out too quick head shoulders and arms)

It was definitely worth having the HypnoBirthing lessons, a girl that had her baby on Tuesday said the midwives were all talking about it on the labour ward.

Baby Tom was born at 6.40pm on Tuesday 13th October and weighed 7lb 3oz.

Thanks for your lessons, we will spread the word for you!”

Lindsey & Tony Lloyd, Northampton

An unplanned home birth – with fantastic success

We wanted to let you know how well my labour went and what a fantastic success the hypnobirthing technique was.

To start with, the Rainbow Relaxation & affirmations helped so much in the build-up to the birth – I had high blood pressure and was advised to finish work a little earlier than planned.

After 1 week of doing the Rainbow Relaxation twice a day my blood pressure was back to normal & I was able to continue working for an extra couple of weeks. This gave me a lot of confidence that the birth would be manageable at home for as long as I was able to stay there for – which turned out to be for the whole birth, much to Scott & my surprise!!

I woke at 02:30 on Thursday 24th Feb to an uncomfortable feeling that could not be dismissed as anything other than the start of labour, so I settled down & did some sleep breathing to relax myself – once the surges got a little stronger at around 4am I had a 4 hour bath, listened to the music CD & went well and truly into deep relaxation.

Scott played the CD’s for me & said that he tried to talk to me but I was so deeply relaxed that I just looked at him with a ’tranced’ look on my face & continued to focus entirely on my breathing & rocking my hips back and forth – I stayed mobile throughout the entire birth experience.

When my waters broke at 11:30 I felt my breathing change quite naturally – I’d phoned the hospital & my midwife before my waters went & they both assured me I had ’hours’ to go – so when the midwife phoned at 12:40 she told us to take a slow drive into hospital…….Nade was born 15 minutes later.

As soon as Scott got off the phone to the midwife I had a strong urge to push & breathe very deeply, I felt the head & got Scott to phone for an ambulance at that point. Poor Scott thought he was going to deliver his son on the bathroom floor & I’m not sure who was more relieved when we heard the ambulance coming down the street. Dave the paramedic was up the stairs & was just in time to catch Nade as he made his entrance.

We were taken into hospital for a check up but I was completely aware of everything, able to walk & not tired at all.

I had about 8 people come & see me specifically to ask about the hypnobirthing & I couldn’t endorse it enough – looking back I can see how well I handled the situation & my friends who’ve had babies can’t believe how well I coped (I think they were all very sceptical even though they didn’t say anything). The next one will definitely be a planned home birth though.

The CD’s are invaluable even after the birth, Nade sleeps well at night with the music playing in the background & I have been able to do some deep relaxation at the same time which has helped me cope no end with the major changes that have happened since his birth.

Zara & Scott Peasland, Northamptonshire

Recommend HypnoBirthing to anyone

“My husband and I found the HypnoBirthing sessions informative in explaining how the female body works during the birth and how to maximise the effectiveness of it. The positive nature of HypnoBirthing helped me to look forward to the birth and to believe that a pain free birth is possible.

We both felt very relaxed leading up to the birth. Unlike others in my NHS antenatal class, I never complained of sleep problems. The relaxation techniques didn’t just benefit me; my husband, who frequently suffers from insomnia, experienced the best sleep of his life!

My waters broke at 5:30am. My husband and I prepared to go into hospital and were there for 7:30. What I now know to have been the beginnings of my surges started at about 7:00.

At 9:00, the hospital sent me home and told me to go ahead with my obstetrician’s appointment the next day. I should have been more assertive in insisting that I believed I would have my baby that day. My lack of pain appeared to lead the midwives to think that labour had not started.

While I relaxed in the bath, at home, my husband timed my surges – 60 seconds long and 2½ minutes apart – so back to the hospital we went. On returning there, at 12:30, I was 5cm dilated.

I cannot explain very well what happened during the first stage of labour. I continued to practise the breathing with each surge whenever I felt a tightening. At some point, my body seemed to take over. My uterus seemed to convulse, pushing downwards. This was totally involuntary on my part! The midwife felt that my body was taking over and knew exactly what to do.

During this time, my husband took over all discussions with the midwives and I was able to use the self-hypnosis techniques to totally relax, shut out the outside world and focus on my surges.

The midwives and doctors were incredibly supportive of our wishes to use the HypnoBirthing techniques. My husband and I both enjoyed the birthing experience.

We felt relaxed throughout and so did Amie as it appears to have transpired. The techniques taught to us certainly helped me to relax my body, which I believe enabled me to be pain free.

I had been anxious at times during the pregnancy because of my medical condition, which could have created problems during the birth. However, the HypnoBirthing sessions gave me the confidence to take greater control of the birth while respecting the need, in my case, for considerable monitoring and potentially for medical intervention.

I would certainly use the techniques again, should we have more children, and would recommend it to anyone.”

Clare Sparks, Northampton

Where does HypnoBirthing come from?

HypnoBirthing is based on the techniques of an English physician, Dr Grantly Dick-Read. He was the pioneer in the field of natural childbirth, and his principles are the foundation of the National Childbirth Trust (NCT).

HypnoBirthing was originally established in the United States by Marie Mongan. Her book “HypnoBirthing – A Celebration of Life” was first published in 1989 and you can read lots more at the main UK site if you want to (I’ll give you the link later on so keep reading…).

Established in the US in 1989, the HypnoBirthing methods are now being taught here in the UK.

How come I’ve never heard of HypnoBirthing?

It’s actually better known than you might think.

One of my HypnoBirthing couples was featured on Channel 4’s “Richard and Judy” show (read more), and it’s also been on the Discovery Channel, BBC News, in Pregnancy & Birth (regularly), Time Magazine (March 2004), the Daily Mail, and my local paper (the Chronicle & Echo), amongst many others.

However, although I’m one of a growing number of practitioners in the UK currently qualified to teach HypnoBirthing (The Mongan Method), there’s still not a huge number of us, which is why you may not have come across it before.

What about other hypnosis for childbirth courses?

Yes, there are other hypnotherapists offering various kinds of ‘positive birth’ sessions, but HypnoBirthing is much more than that. HypnoBirthing is a complete birth education programme.

Most other “hypnosis for childbirth” programmes are about teaching you how to ’mask’ the pain. HypnoBirthing teaches you how, and why, if you’re relaxed, that there doesn’t need to be pain in the first place.

What do I get?

You’ll get a structured but informal class format that teaches about the physical and emotional aspects of birth. You’ll learn why your body does what it does, as well as how.

Here are just some of the things you’ll learn that a regular antenatal class would not teach you.

  • Breathing techniques that actually help the birth, rather than make it harder (And it’s not the panting that most people think they have to do. Think about it – why would anyone want to hyperventilate during labour??)
  • How to dramatically reduce your risk of tearing during birth with this stunningly simple massage technique
  • When it’s right to stand your ground with the medical staff…what questions to ask…and when it’s time to let them take charge
  • How to release any fears you might have about childbirth…regardless of where they come from
  • How to induce your own labour with these simple, natural techniques, if you go beyond your “estimated due date”
  • Most importantly, you’ll know how to relax and stay calm and in control, regardless of what’s happening around you

Plus, as well as the antenatal classes themselves, you get a professionally produced 302-page manual (the very latest 3rd edition, just published!), all the scripts and handouts you need, plus the relaxation and affirmation CD, all included in the price.

To sum it up…

I promise you’ll leave the class feeling better than when you arrived.

I have heard of so many antenatal classes that talk about what to expect, and what can go wrong – but don’t give you any way of doing something about it. (I attended one myself when I was pregnant with Joseph).

What you’ll learn through HypnoBirthing is how you can have a natural childbirth, without drugs…with dramatically reduced levels of anxiety…and often little or no pain.

What if things don’t go to plan?

Even if you experience complications – perhaps needing to be induced, as I was, or even if you need a caesarean – you can still benefit greatly from the techniques…by feeling in control of your birth.

I can’t promise you a ‘perfect’ birth – no one can – but I can promise you a much, much more comfortable and relaxed birth than you would have had otherwise.

These simple techniques do require practice – but the end result is worth it, don’t you think?

Does it matter how many weeks pregnant I am?

Within reason, no. The sooner you start, the more time you have to practice.

And even if you’re late into your pregnancy, I can still help you.

I’ve had mothers who had only a few weeks left ’til the birth, so this is for you, no matter what stage of pregnancy you’re at.

(Mind you – places go very fast so if you want to do this, ring me today. Don’t wait…you might be too late. Classes are small and so places are strictly limited).

Does HypnoBirthing help the baby too?

Yes. We find that babies born using HypnoBirthing tend to be calmer, feed better, sleep better and experience less trauma. My own children, Joseph and Grace, are wonderful examples of that.

Wow, that sounds great! Anything else?

There’s lots, but here’s just a few more. With HypnoBirthing you can:

  • Reduce the length of the first stage of labour by anything from 2 – 4 hours
  • Lower the chances of a breech birth by learning how to ’turn’ the baby into the correct position using posture and self-hypnosis
  • Increase your milk flow by using the relaxation techniques you’ll learn, if you’re planning to breastfeed
  • Dramatically reduce your likelihood of suffering from post-natal depression, because you’ll have had a much calmer and less painful birth
  • Recover physically from the birth much faster, because you haven’t ’wasted’ energy in the process
  • Develop the confidence in your own body to aim for a homebirth, if that is an option you want to consider

Why learn with Jenny?

Here’s a few reasons why you might choose me to teach you:

  • I’m one of the longest standing and busiest practitioners in the UK – I’ve helped over 600 couples since 2002
  • As mentioned earlier, I’ve given birth to two children – one in hospital, one at home – using HypnoBirthing
  • Previous couples of mine have been featured in numerous TV, magazine and newspaper articles, including Richard & Judy, Pregnancy and Birth, and more
  • I’m a fully qualified hypnotherapist, so I can help you with any other issues, fears or phobias you might have as well
  • During 2007-2008 alone, I’ve:
    • Conducted two presentations on HypnoBirthing to the Royal College of Midwives
    • Written a 1000-word double page article for publication in the Royal College of Midwives magazine, and which will make the front cover
    • Attended and presented at monthly Home Birth information afternoons, organised by two midwives from Northampton General Hospital
    • Exhibited at 3 pregnancy and birth shows
    • I was consistently rated as the speaker that attendees were most impressed with at the prestigious Primary Care Live events held in both London and Manchester

When are HypnoBirthing antenatal classes held?

The HypnoBirthing antenatal classes run as four 3 hour sessions, one per week on a Saturday morning, and are designed to be taught to small groups of couples.

Where are they taught?

Due to the popularity of my HypnoBirthing antenatal classes, they’re now taught at the Maple Tree Clinic in Northampton – see the Dates/Locations page for more details.

It’s within easy reach of Northampton, Wellingborough, Rushden, Kettering, Market Harborough, Milton Keynes, Bedford, Oxford, Peterborough, Cambridge and beyond.

You’ll enjoy a relaxing and comfortable environment for your classes, with between three and six couples.

Some HypnoBirthing practitioners just do individual couples, but a great benefit that you get from doing it in a group is the support and encouragement of the other expectant mums and dads. Many of my couples become good friends and stay in touch long after the course has finished.

The big question – how much does HypnoBirthing cost?

The normal price for the full twelve hours of antenatal instruction, your 302-page manual, CD, handouts, and everything else you need, is just £277.

That’s expensive!

In comparison to free NHS antenatal classes, maybe. But then this goes way beyond what you’ll be taught on the NHS, as I’ve mentioned previously. Think of it this way…

  • You’ll learn the techniques once for this birth, but then you can then use them again and again, no matter how many children you have
  • You can use HypnoBirthing in conjunction with any other plans you have – homebirth or hospital, water birth…whatever. It’s your choice what kind of birth to have – HypnoBirthing helps them all.
  • You can use the techniques to help calm and relax yourself any time you feel stressed out…(I’ve had many of my couples tell me this alone has been invaluable).
  • If you remember that my normal price for a single hypnotherapy session is £70 (meaning you’re getting £840-worth of my time), and you’re also getting all your course materials as well – I’m sure you’ll agree this is excellent value
  • You’re pregnant for nine months – that’s around 280 days – which means this course is just over 99p per day. Less than the cost of a decent cup of coffee…

Think about it.

What price would you put on feeling calm, relaxed and in control of your birth?

What price would you put on giving your baby the best possible start to life?

What price would you put on having a natural, comfortable, enjoyable birth?

Please, don’t hesitate to find out more about this important subject. If you want more information, just call me on 0845 652 2271 and I’ll be happy to answer all of your questions.

Or, if you’re ready to decide now, I’ve got something really special for you. See for yourself…

Special offer – apply NOW and save money!

To ask about being on my next class, just fill in this simple form. Or, if you prefer, you can call me on 0845 652 2271.

Either way, do it today because…

For a limited time, I’m knocking 10% off the cost.

This brings it down to just £250 per couple – two-thirds off my normal therapy rate!

Yes, that’s a fantastic price of just £250 for the whole course – including all your materials

And that’s not all…

If that’s not enough, you don’t have to pay it all at once.

You can pay a simple, affordable deposit of just £50 to secure your place, and then pay the balance when you come for the course. No need to find the full amount straight away.

In fact, I’m so convinced that this technique is such an important investment for you and your baby, I’ve got one more thing to help you decide…

Book your HypnoBirthing place NOW and receive two FREE CDs

As a special bonus, if you book now, I’ll also give you two FREE CDs.

  • The first one is the Rainbow Relaxation and Birth Affirmations CD I mentioned earlier – great for relaxation and essential for training your unconscious mind to expect a positive birth experience (worth £12)
  • The second one is the perfect background music, exactly as used during the sessions, to help you quickly and easily achieve a relaxed state when you practice at home (also worth £12)


  • That’s the full course, with nothing left out, nothing held back, at 10% off the normal price
  • All course materials included for you at no additional charge
  • Two fantastic FREE CDs, worth £24, specially designed to enhance your birth experience
  • An affordable low deposit payment

You MUST act now to secure your place

I only run one course a month, and there’s a very limited number of spaces.

Once I hit eight couples on each course, that’s it. No more. You’ve missed your chance.

Thanks to a massive response to recent media coverage of HypnoBirthing, and promotion of HypnoBirthing by Northampton General Hospital, I’m taking bookings as far as three months ahead.

Don’t wait – you’ll be too late!

The only way to secure your place is to contact me TODAY.

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