Pregnancy, New Mums and Babies
Get your mojo & sanity back on track mingling with other mammys. Our family friendly studio has varied classes and services for this special time in your life. We understand all sides of motherhood we have been there. We are mothers, mid-wives and specialist practitioners and are here to support you.
Comprehensive introduction to practical paediatric first aid.
Designed to prepare you for breastfeeding and give you the best chance of getting off to a great start.
Perfect for women at all stages of pregnancy. We focus on appropriate Pilates exercises for mums-to-be. This class is exclusively for 8 person.
All welcome during pregnancy or with your babies. Join in this fun social mothers group. All the family welcome. Refreshments and nibbles served.
A brilliant bonding tool to communicate with your baby.
How can I reduce the risk of being induced? Around 6 weeks before the birth of your baby your cervix starts to ripen. Just like a juicy pear it softens and prepares the birth of your baby when it will start to thin and open.
If you are facing the prospect of medical induction, we understand this can be a very stressful time. Join us for a workshop or read this blog with useful tips to promote spontaneous labour.
This post discusses development issues that can be linked with child birth. Such as colic, feeding problems, constipation etc.
There are now a multitude of studies that show that mothers and babies should be together, skin to skin (baby naked, not wrapped in a blanket) immediately after birth, as well as later.
Read this guide to navigating the hospital system with tips from our resident midwife, Suzanna Daly.
Many women receive acupuncture treatment to help them through the different stages of pregnancy, it is an ideal treatment during pregnancy as it is non-invasive and drug free, and will not cause any harm to the baby.
The elbowroom has an extensive range of classes for all ages and abilities. We offer such an eclectic mix to enable you to find something that will suit you. If you need any advice, please contact our class advisor who can point you in the right direction.