Archive for the 'Pregnancy, New Mums & Babies' Category

Induction and why its best to opt for baby led labour

You’re almost ready to pop and you are so over being pregnant.  You’re uncomfortable, tired, waddling and you just want your body back to yourself.  Why wouldn’t you take up an offer of induction? Well, assuming baby is doing well in there; growing, kicking, pummeling your bladder… And assuming you, apart from being fed up, […]

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Where’s the best place to give birth in Dublin?

Well this might be one of the many questions buzzing around your head if you’ve just found out your pregnant.  Firstly, congratulations!  Now, breathe! The answer is…wherever you think you will feel most comfortable, safe, secure and happy so that your lovely birthing hormones will be present in spades (that how the best births are fueled!). […]

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Introducing your toddler to yoga

Isn’t it the worst feeling when you’re at Mum & Baby Yoga and the teacher gives you ‘that look’. The look which means your little darling is disrupting the class, and the look that means maybe those tiny little babies don’t really like having a toddler finger in their eye or rammed into their mouth. […]

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Get all the pregnancy support You need

Keeping your strength up during pregnancy isn’t always easy. Physically and emotionally it’s a lot to deal with. Raging hormones, swollen ankles, forever hungry, fretting over finances. You really are being put through your paces. Although some sail through pregnancy and have oodles of energy, many others will need a helping hand. HELP WITH THE PRACTICALITIES […]

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Coping strategies for new mums

Being the Mother to a young baby brings love and joy into your life. It can also be exhausting, challenging and overwhelming! As Mothers, we can feel a lot of pressure to be the ‘ideal’ parent and then we feel guilty for struggling. The added stress of caring for a new baby can leave you […]

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5 tips For Great Pregnancy Posture

Lying on your side in the comfort of your own home is definitely an appealing way to spend the next 9 months. Realistically though, this is probably not a viable option so let’s keep it real. Take a deep breath and start taking notes. Your post-pregnancy body will love you for it. 1 Standing – Lift […]

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How clinical pregnancy Pilates can help post birth recovery

Keeping up with your exercise routine can be the last thing on your mind when you’re pregnant. A clinical pregnancy Pilates course can be gentle enough so that no undue strain is experienced whilst exercising, yet it still works some of the key muscle groups used during pregnancy, including the abdominal and pelvic muscles. What are the benefits of […]

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10 ways to achieve a positive, calm and natural birth

So the bump’s in full view – making you a shining beacon for women who want to tell you the worst birth stories ever. How about some good news?  There’s a lot you can do to help bring about an easier, natural and calm birth. Here’s a list of 10 ways to achieve a positive natural birth. […]

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Restorative and Deep Relaxation Yoga for Pregnancy

Deep relaxation and a labour rehearsal empowering your journey into motherhood. For pregnant women, whose bodies and minds are constantly working to literally create life inside of them, restorative yoga is a perfect way to help your body rest and regenerate in order to complete this profound and instinctual task of creation. Restorative yoga also […]

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Restorative and Deep Relaxation Yoga for Pregnancy

Deep relaxation and a labour rehearsal empowering your journey into motherhood. For pregnant women, whose bodies and minds are constantly working to literally create life inside of them, restorative yoga is a perfect way to help your body rest and regenerate in order to complete this profound and instinctual task of creation. Restorative yoga also […]

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