Pregnancy Yoga Kneeling (3 of 6)

Today is the third video in our set of 6, it’s the kneeling section, as part of our pregnancy yoga routine. You can now practice all 3 in a row or just try this one for now.

Myth Busting: The reality of having a newborn

Myth Busting: The reality of having a newborn

There’s loads of myths out there and lots of people will try and give you advice on what to do and what not to do. You don’t need to listen to anyone else, you will find a style of parenting that suits your family over time. If you want some support please look for evidence based information, not just people’s opinion and you may want to consider hiring a postnatal doula.

Pregnancy Yoga All Fours (2 of 6)

Today we have a pregnancy yoga sequence on all fours. You can link this to my last warm up video, which I posted 2 weeks ago. This is part 2 of 6 video’s. At the end you can make up one long pregnancy yoga practice for yourself, enjoy!

You can say no to a vaginal exam!

You can say no to a vaginal exam!

How to tell if you’re in established labour, without consenting to a vaginal examination. There are lots of ways to check stages of labour without resorting to an unwanted internal examination. Here I have listed a few of the ways to know how labour is progressing.

What is the Bishops score? Lots of people have never heard about the Bishops score, let alone know what it is.   If you’re a regular follower of mine you’ll know that I’m a huge advocate of informed decisions. Learning about the Bishops score will enable and...

reflecting on 2020 and hoping for a happier, healthier 2021

Pregnancy Yoga taster for OFP

Today’s pregnancy yoga taster has been put together with optimum foetal positioning (OFP) in mind. To encourage your baby in to the OFP you could try these asanas, which help your body to stay UFO! This has nothing to do with little green...

What is a cervical sweep and should I have one?

What is a cervical sweep and should I have one?

When will I have a sweep? Before birth you may be offered a ‘membrane sweep’, also known as a ‘cervical sweep’, to induce labour. Typically offered from 40 weeks pregnant.  It’s important to know that you can decline this intervention if that’s what you’d prefer. Your...