Prenatal Bonding


Prenatal Bonding is a path towards an easier child birth experience. Following the birth, the baby has a remarkable degree of self-esteem and full access to their personal potential.


As a woman’s role changes from the "daughter of her mother" to the "mother of her baby" prenatal bonding creates a healthy separation that more fully supports the expectant mother.






» There is less effort and fewer complications in giving birth

» 3000 pregnancies observed, premature birth rates were lower than 0.1% as compared to an average of more than 8.0%

» The need for obstetrical interventions goes down significantly

» C-sections are less frequent. Thus the birth is safer and less costly

» Birth trauma is of low degree as indicated by natural, round shaped heads and little crying after birth (typically less than 20 minutes/day)

» Mother and baby become a good team and experience less anxiety and pain

» The mother's natural female capabilities are empowered by Prenatal Bonding and create greater assertiveness and security during childbirth

» Prenatal Bonding substantially reduces the frequency and severity of prenatal and postpartum depression

» Parents get more nighttime sleep because baby is sleeping less during the daytime, but has longer and deeper sleep at night, with few awakenings

» The babies are curious about the world, emotionally stable, socially mature and have complete access to their personal potential



* Raffai, J. Hidas, Gy. Vollner, J.(2013): Lelki Koldokzsinor. Helikon, Hungary