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Sound Birthing: Prenatal Music Bonding

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It's never too early to start communicating to your baby through music. Studies show that babies remember and have a preference for the songs they heard in utero. Hearing is one of the first senses to develop, making music a wonderful tool for connecting with your child before he/she is born. Our Prenatal Music Bonding sessions implements the Sound Birthing approach. We use both live and recorded music to help mother, baby and partner all find a deep sense of relaxation, peace and calm. Specialized instruments are chosen for their soothing sounds, nature-like qualities and vibrations (which can be felt in the womb) in order to aid in stress release and decreasing anxiety. These may include buffalo drums, Native American flutes, tone chimes, singing bowls, xylophones, ocean drums, HAPI drums, gathering drums, and various percussion instruments. The music is designed to support the rhythm of the mother's resting heartbeat, the first drum pattern your child hears, helping to send a message of safety and security. The most important instrument we use is YOUR voice. Studies show that your child recognizes and prefers your voices, no singing lessons needed! Children especially have a connection with the sound of their mother's voice, as they not only hear but also feel her speak and sing through the body vibrations while in utero. In addition to singing chants and lullabies, an opportunity to create a special womb song written for your child will be provided. Womb songs are a wonderful way to express your excitement and love for your baby and can be used well beyond pregnancy to help engender bonding, closeness, familiarity and a sense that all is well. Our Prenatal Music Bonding classes meet weekly for 90 minutes. They can be done in a public or private group setting, or just with a single family at home. We recommend committing to at least 6 weeks, but you are welcome to attend as often as you are able, from conception until birth. Please contact us if you are interested in starting a new class or joining an existing one. Learn more about the Sound Birthing approach:

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