Eps:26 Nadine Muller shares her journey through Pregnancy & Birth Trauma


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In today’s podcast Shari & Nicola interview a most inspiring women, Nadine Muller. Mumpreneur, Registered Nurse who was until recently in the Australian Defence Force (Air Force) a Personal Trainer and Group Fitness Instructor, a wife to Dane, and Mother to two amazing awesome little boys, Madden & Beckham.

This episode comes with a WARNING to anyone suffering with child birth trauma. This is a vulnerable, open, raw and real conversation and might be hard for some to hear, so please know we are here to support you, I have included some resources to help you if you need support from your own birth trauma experience.

Nadine shares her journey through pregnancy suffering with Hyperemesis Gravidarum (HG) and then her second birth to Beckham where she opens up to the the trauma of his birth.

Nadine and Dane are both passionate to help and support many families who have suffered with child birth trauma and Nadines passion and support for women struggling with HG.

Please take a big breath as you sit back and listen to Nadines journey.

If you are looking to work with Nicola and gain more support, understand how to breathe in pregnancy / birth and beyond, please visit her on www.nicolalaye.com

If you want to work with Shari and learn more about Hypnobirthing and how to have a positive birth, contact Shari at www.belly2birth.com.au

If you are struggling after listening to this episode please contact the following resources you are not alone.

If you would like to follow Nadines story and life




1300 726 306

Australasian Birth Trauma Association


The Gidget Foundation


COPE - Perinatal Foundation


For the Men the Dad’s

Dads Group -


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