There is only 1 thing that matters – a safe and happy delivery.

There are so many old wives tales about eating a hot curry, having sex or going for long walks to bring on labour – but the baby will make its appearance when it wants to. So don’t get upset if you go past your due date, wondering if it will ever come out! 

The last few weeks may feel tough because you’re just waiting for it to happen. But it’s important not to get stressed or overtired. 

Remember, these are the last few days you’ll ever spend alone with your man, just the two of you. So enjoy that time and make the most of it.

It’s important you eat naturally and healthy now. Make sure you choose foods with Omega 3 to help baby’s brain development. 

Two weeks before your due date it would be a good idea to eat carbohydrates as you’re going to need a lot of energy. If you wish to heal quickly afterwards and breast feed, choose foods with vitamin C, zinc and vitamin D.

To prepare yourself not only physically, it’s important to prepare yourself mentally for the birth of your baby. You and your man should talk to the baby and play your favorite relaxing music. It will increase bonding.

Massage will help you relax, reflexology and acupuncture is great too for releasing happy endorphins.

This App guides your breathing, relaxation and visualization – and most importantly, it teaches you how to release any fear and trust in your body’s ability to bring your baby into the world. So start this 8 weeks before your due date and get into the “zone” of distracting your mind from any discomfort.

What’s New

Version 2

Welcome to Meditation Pregnancy & Birth.

We're constantly working to make our application better for you.

In this release, we've included a number of general improvements, feature updates and bugs fixes.

- New Application Look
- Updated audios and content

Please continue to send us feedback, we're listening!


Heather Prince
53.1 MB

Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.



Age Rating
Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information


  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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