Article Category - "Pregnancy and Newborns"
After having two children, my sneezing and trampolining days were behind me. Literally. It wasn’t until my second child was three, that I decided to try and get help. Here is some background information that may help you.What and where is your pelvic floor
The pelvic floor muscles are the foundation of the core of the body. They help stabilize the pelvis, and they support the organs of the lower abdominal cavity, like the bladder and uterus.… Read more
When you are preparing to have a child for the first time, you receive a lot of advice from a myriad of people. Some of that advice is useful for the kind of parent you want to be a parent but unfortunately, a lot of it is not.
If you want to do your part to help the environment as a parent, it can be hard to figure out what exactly works while making your life easier as a parent.… Read more
We’ve gathered up the statistics so you don’t have to!
Firstly, what is a Doula?
A doula is somebody that provides non-medical support for mothers throughout pregnancy, birth and beyond.… Read more
Lisa Wilkinson talks about the need to create a birth plan. Have a look at her plans below. If you are planning on trying for physiologically normal birth, I do recommend looking into The elbowrooms Prep For Birth Workshops with Krysia Lynch who also hosts our Advanced Pregnancy Teacher Training Module 2 which teaches how to teach these workshops to soon to be familys!Lisa wilkinson – Birth Plan 2003 & 2009 Version 1
Keep me at home to birth my baby.… Read more
If you are facing the prospect of medical induction, we understand this can be a very stressful time. Although we do recognise that induction can be a very necessary procedure to ensure the health of you and your baby, we are also very aware that the pressure to have your baby can be potentially based to suit the schedules and protocols of your caregivers and not evidence-based or best practice.WHAT YOU CAN DO
There are some practical things you can do to reduce the risk of induction.… Read more
Acupuncture has become a hugely popular therapy to support pregnancy, labour and postpartum health in recent years. Every woman wants her pregnancy to go smoothly and acupuncture is a great way to regulate and optimize our natural cycles. Whether you-and-bump are aching for a good night’s sleep or you’re preparing for the big day, booking in some acupuncture sessions will bring calm, energy and help with the following issues:
Low back pain is the most common use of acupuncture during pregnancy along with other pain conditions where painkillers need to be avoided such as headaches and migraine.… Read more