A few days ago, I came across the term "designer babies," which is becoming increasingly popular. This refers to the process of designing a baby in vitro by selecting a specific set of desirable genes to produce offspring with favorable traits, such as resistance to certain diseases. The ethical implications of this practice are still being debated. However, you can still have a "desirable baby" without any associated risks by following the ancient practice of Ayurvedic Garbhasanskar.  

Garbhasanskar is the practice of educating the unborn baby in the mother's womb. This practice involves following a proper routine during pregnancy, reading good books, eating healthy foods, working on creativity, and communicating with the child. The mother's feel-good hormone, oxytocin, has a positive impact on the baby's brain development. On the other hand, the stress hormone cortisol can negatively affect the fetus. Therefore, Garbhasanskar practices aim to increase the happiness hormone and reduce the stress hormone in pregnant mothers. 

Pregnancy brings about changes not only in a mother's physical body but also in her mental and spiritual well-being. For this reason, our Garbhasanskar program aims at establishing a secure and non-discriminatory sanctuary exclusively for pregnant women.

What does our Garbhasanskar program comprise:

Pregnancy can be an overwhelming journey, and we firmly believe that receiving knowledgeable, compassionate, and thoughtful guidance is essential during this time. We are here to offer you unwavering support and helpful solutions to any concerns or inquiries you may have regarding pregnancy. Trust us to assist you assertively and confidently every step of the way.