New Beginnings Birth
Hi, I'm Lindsay Hollingsworth, owner of New Beginnings Birth!
For the last 15 years, my passion has been supporting women and their partners to become empowered during pregnancy, birth and the postnatal period.
As a Certified HypnoBirthing® Practitioner and Doula, I’m confident I can help you to have a better birth experience, which will flow into a more rewarding parenting experience.
If you're in Canberra and are pregnant or a new mother, I'd love to see you at my classes!
Read more about Lindsay Hollingsworth.
What My Clients Say
New Beginnings Birth Offers:
Fearful about the upcoming birth of your baby? Want a calm and empowering birth? Attend HypnoBirthing® classes right here in Canberra.
We run an 8-week program for mums in Canberra, with guest speakers every second week. Enjoy some yummy homemade brunch, coffee and wisdom.
Birth Doula Services
Birth doulas help prepare a woman and her partner for the birth of their baby and afterwards. Physical, mental, emotional and spiritual support.
TENS Machine Hire
Looking to buy or hire a TENS machine for pregnancy and early labour, or for post-natal care? At New Beginnings Birth, we offer TENS machines for hire in Canberra.
Are you finding breastfeeding challenging? Experiencing pain or discomfort? A breastfeeding support session in your own home may make all the difference.
Feeling disappointed, stressed or traumatised by your birth experience? Professionally debrief your birth with Lindsay, so you can move towards healing and peace.
See all of our articles on our blog page.
Becky and Jono attended HypnoBirthing classes with me in June 2022 as they prepared for their first birth. They had been accepted into the Calvary Birth Centre program, birthing with a known midwife. This model of care is considered the "gold standard" of maternity care and women are less likely to to experience unnecessary medical...
We decided to do HypnoBirthing following encouragement from a friend who had had a positive experience with doing it. Here's our experience.
Are vaginal examinations the only way to determine labour progress? It's the most common way, but there are plenty of other less intrusive ways.