Optimal foetal positioning helping your baby find their way You might see on your hand held notes some odd abbreviations (actually a lot of them need some deciphering) but in this blog it is the baby’s position I am talking about. LOA (left occiput Anterior) , LOT (Left Occiput Transverse), ROA (Right Occiput Anterior), ROP … Continue reading Helping Your Baby Find Their Way
Which kind of sounds like the perfect superhero duo! I quite breezily say my classes both pregnancy and postnatal work on getting a mobile pelvis, I also talk about a neutral pelvis and a tilted pelvis and sometimes mention a stable pelvis. The pelvis features a lot in my work (and I have just spent … Continue reading Belly dancing and the Mobile Pelvis
Pelvic pain during pregnancy can be a slight annoyance or extremely debilitating. The main cause is not pregnancy itself but the result of the extra weight of the baby on a body that isn’t in true alignment. Imagine building blocks stacked up – if they are neatly stacked on top of each other they are … Continue reading 6 Tips For Pelvic Pain Relief
I got to meet Katy Bowman in person this week. A huge moment for me and yes I was star struck! I had the luck that she was running a workshop just an hour away from me. And before that I was at our annual Home Education Circus Camp. Camping in a field, lots … Continue reading I met Katy Bowman! And how quality is more important than quantity
Walking is taken for granted by many of us. It’s a big milestone in the majority of babies development and once we’ve mastered it we don’t really think about it much. Walking is really good – so many mental and physical health benefits daily walks make a perfect regular exercise activity. It’s a way to … Continue reading Do you need a baby cow to help you walk better?