Calm birth

is a mind and body experience –

an empowering labour and birth journey

Formerly known as Ready Mum, Fit Mind Now create opportunities for mum’s and families to learn more about pregnancy, labour and birth, transitioning to motherhood and parenthood from an informative perspective.

The approach aims at providing, un-biased, informative education so parents feel confident making informed decisions.

Labour, birth, parenting and breastfeeding are big experiences and with that comes transition and growth.
Like other experiences in life, be it joyous, traumatic or challenging we are shaped by the journey.

Ideally we choose paths that leaves positive imprints on us.
In our journey to meeting our baby you can;  Wing it
or gain more knowledge to a topic you may not realise has more to learn until you start to learn.

Birth is unpredictable, but birth can be approached with confidence, great skills that help in labour and birth, great support in the moments of vulnerability. I say moments of vulnerability because that’s when we usually need adequate great support, moments of joy is light and easy.

What we can help you achieve

At Fit Mind Now, we return to the ground roots of turning inwards for guidance in making informed choices about decisions. We teach you how to better connect with your guiding mind – your intuitive mind to navigate choices in making best informed choices. We want to teach you how to better trust your inner guidance, reclaim your self confidence and eliminate the fear and doubt that plays havoc in your life. We help you train the mind with Fit Mind Now to an empowering journey to motherhood. Our workshops are provided by a midwife and childbirth educator. 

Our Specialties
  • Mindfulness Preparation
  • Movement Preparation
  • Breastfeeding
  • Labour and birth support
  • A bit of everything
Who should attend
  • those who seek confidence going into labour and birth
  • those who seek guided support in labour
  • those who have had a traumatic previous birth and seek support for this birth

Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, the mind and body can achieve

Napoleon Hill

Labour and Birth Services

We are here to help

fit mind mind and body

releasing thoughts of fear, processing feelings instead- mind fitness

Fit Mind Now Workshop

A combination of mindfulness and movement preparation workshop. This is the most popular workshop as it integrates the two amazing birthing approaches. Anielle developed this course because there wasn't a program that adequately integrated mind and body concepts in preparing clients for labour and birth. Sometimes mindfulness is enough and sometimes movement is enough, there will always be an element of randomness. For those where a combination approach is needed, the risk of medical support is often higher. This approach prepares the mum by incoporating an approach that includes mind and body for labour and birth.

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spinning babies walking

it feels physically and mentally rewarding when in flow - movement preparation

Spinning Babies Workshop

Created by a midwife, the preparation for birth gathers techniques from various birth sources offering a unique and practical approach to childbirth. Women learn that birth is an active process that both mother and baby experience. Women begin movement preparation in pregnancy to aid comfort and ease in pregnancy, labour and birth.

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breastfeeding mum

bonding continues when birth completes - breastfeeding preparation

Breastfeeding Preparation Workshop

An overview of breastfeeding after birth, the primary and recommended food source for your baby for the first 6 months. Breastfeeding can be challenging for many women. It can be challenging to comprehending what your care providers are telling you when you've just had a baby. Don't skip this important preparation.

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doula support in birth

love, trust and support is a birth right to women - birth support

Doula Support

The role of a doula is becoming increasingly popular in Australia. You may find yourself wondering if you really need one?
In short, women are no longer supported in labour and birth by their 'tribe' of women who provide love, support and womanhood. The role of a doula aim at widening the care provided to women.

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Empowerment in birth and it can be you

Timing

Motivation techniques
Planning techniques
Commitment techniques

Anchoring

Breathing techniques
Movement techniques
Mindfulness techniques

Feeling

Awareness techniques
Openness techniques
Cultivating techniques

Balance

Discipline techniques
Monitoring techniques
Reflection techniques

Enough Talk, Let's work together