Instructor Directory

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Tara Andrews

Work Maple Cottage, Newton Road Sudbury Suffolk CO10 0PU Work Phone: 07958 262446 Website: Mind Over Mum
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Biography

My name’s Tara, a baby massage teacher and newly qualified hypnobirthing instructor in Sudbury Suffolk. My passion and purpose in life is to help support, nurture and empower women throughout pregnancy, birth and the beginnings of their Motherhood journeys. I truly believe that every Mother is the heart and soul to her family, and I am here to support women through their pregnancy journeys to becoming Mothers. Birth can be the most life changing experience in a woman’s life and can truly be something special. I am here to help with their transformation.

I used hypnobirthing with my first two births and although very different labours, I had the most positive and empowering experiences. I can honestly say they were the two best days of my life with my first birth completely transforming the limited beliefs I had about birth and about myself, forever. I have the confidence that I can help to transform my clients limited beliefs they have about birth and themselves too.

Currently pregnant with baby number three, I am so excited to be on The Calm Birth School hypnobirthing journey with my clients and sharing my valuable knowledge and passion with them. I chose to train with The Calm Birth School because everything my parent and baby business, ‘Mind over Mum’ stands for is so aligned with their manifesto. I believe that every pregnant woman and her birth partner deserves a positive birth experience, and that personal transformation is part of their journey towards Motherhood and parenthood.

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