This illustrated oxytocin poster is A3 size and can also be printed as an A4 handout. A fun and useful activity that supports physiological birth education. Ideal for doulas, birthkeepers and hypnobirthing teachers to include in client handouts and as a teaching tool in class.
Also available as a colouring poster or handout.
The ways to boost and protect oxytocin in birth (the hormone that will get birth started and progressing nicely) that I've included are...
💙Connecting with nature
💜Yummy food and drinks
Please note some of the suggestions on here may not be suitable in all cases, please use common sense and get advice if you're not sure (for example - one shouldn't have penetrative sex or insert anything into the vagina if waters have released as it could introduce infection.)
★★★★★ "Really wonderful tools full of vibrant colours. This is my second time purchasing and my doula clients are obsessed 😍" Etsy customer
★★★★★ "I bought two posters from Hannah snd absolutely love them. Beautiful artwork, colourful and incredibly informative, they will look fantastic on the walls of my hypnobirthing classes and will help inform all my lovely parents to be 😊" - Katie
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The limited use commercial license that comes with this download means that birth workers, doulas, hypnobirthing teachers, prenatal yoga teachers, antenatal educators and midwives can print to share and use with pregnant women, birth partners and clients. By buying this download you are agreeing to the following terms:
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Disclaimer: Please note my images are stylised visual representations, and the information is accurate to the best of my knowledge, but I am not a medical professional and therefore there may be words or parts of the drawings that aren't 100% anatomically and medically accurate. My materials are not intended to replace any medical caregiver advice.