Article Category - "Pregnancy and Newborns"
Are you considering a natural birth or would you like more information on the options available to you and your partner?Empower
Empower yourselves with all the knowledge available for the birth of your baby. We’ve put together some useful pointers you should discuss. For the real deal and to best improve your chances, remember independent advice is often the best preparation. Come and join our birthing workshop on Sunday 24h of NovemberNatural Birth
Asking for a midwife who is experienced in natural birth can really make a difference.… Read more
This class is designed to prepare you for breastfeeding and give you the chance of getting off to a great start.First-Time Mums
It is suitable for ﬁrst-time mums as well as those who want to have a better breastfeeding experience with their second baby. Areas covered include:
- The beneﬁts of breastfeeding
- Maximising your chances of success
- How to know if your baby is latched on properly
- How to know if your baby is getting enough milk
- Troubleshooting: potential problems and how to avoid them
- Expressing milk
- Where to ﬁnd information and support
Studies show that mothers who enjoy a positive breastfeeding experience are more likely to have attended a preparation course.… Read more
In pregnancy pilates classes, starting this week, we always focus on the importance of your pelvic floor muscles as well as your abdominal muscles. And this is why.What and where is your Pelvic Floor?
The pelvic floor muscles are the foundation for 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. The pelvic floor muscles, along with the deep muscles of the back and abdomen, form the group of muscles we work when we focus on developing core strength.… Read more
Here are some top resolutions for easing into breastfeeding to make life easier for you. We will give you all the information you need and more in at our breastfeeding workshop taking place Sunday 29th September.
- Sleep when your baby sleeps. Sleep deprivation is exhausting. Get sleep when you can. Sleep in separate beds from any parter if it means you both get sleep.
- Keep hospital visitors to the bare minimum.
Are you well prepared for birth or perhaps completely overwhelmed at the thought of giving birth & ready to leave it all in the hands of the medical profession? Either way this is an important time to take note of some worthy advice.independent birthing workshop
One of the best recommendations we can give is to do an independent birthing workshop to prepare.
Due to busy schedules, juggling responsibilities & getting life ready for your bundle of joy, adrenalin levels are at a high. … Read more