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"The Leclaire Method --- provides the women with exactly what they need to know to reclaim their inborn ability to birth normally, joyfully, and easily.”Christiane Northrup, M.D.,Author of Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom“Wonderful --- the guide every expectant woman and her partner need to experience the miracle of life.”Susan Love, M.D.Author of Dr. Susan Love’s Hormone BookChange Your Fears About Pregnancy and Labor into Positive Thoughts and ActionsUse Mind /Body Techniques to bond with your fetus and enhance the nurturing of your babyExperience Labor and Childbirth as calm, joyous and hypnoticEstablish a healthy and happy beginning for your child The Power of Your Mind, the Ease of Your Body ,The Celebration of Your Birthing"Bringing Peace to the World One Baby at a Time"
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