Working on pelvic floor disorders is not just about alignment and movement, there are some other elements that you can be working on that will be of great benefit. From an energy point of view those with pelvic organ prolapse or pelvic organ weakness in general tend to have a cold belly. So looking … Continue reading Mother Roasting – Postpartum nurturing
This week is Aromatherapy awareness week and as I am just in the process of finishing my aromatherapist qualification and an avid user of essential oils for my family’s health and wellbeing I thought I would do a little blog on aromatherapy and pregnancy and labour. Use Oils Wisely The main … Continue reading Aromatherapy Awareness Week 2018
Yesterday I was blessed to attend an advanced Closing the Bones workshop. I attended the first level a couple of years ago - about a year after Bryn had died and during a period where I was trying to get pregnant without success. It was a profound, healing experience and one I will write about … Continue reading Closing the Bones,
"One kind of learning comes from books. But the learning necessary for you to participate completely in your birth must come from you" Pam England Birth Art is a very useful addition to any antenatal class or works well on its own. For postpartum it can be useful for helping you move into your new role as mum … Continue reading Why Birth Art?
Birth Art - not just for those who are pregnant but for those with older children too. No experience necessary. For me as someone who was incredibly fearful of putting paint to paper for fear of ruining it or from making a picture that people laughed at it was an incredible thing to find out … Continue reading So How can Birth Art Help Me?