Please feel free to browse my library of books, attached here. If we’re working together in any capacity I’m happy to lend you these books, please do just ask. Along with the services I’m providing I hope they can also support your journey during pregnancy, birth, postnatally or with yoga.

Below is a list of national and local support services relating to pregnancy, birth and postnatal care, that I think you may find useful. 

I have also included a list of books that I regularly lend out to my doula and yoga clients, if you’re one of my clients you are very welcome to borrow any of these resources, please do just ask
The Association of Breastfeeding Mothers. Support for breastfeeding mothers 
Women supporting women! Campaigning for better births for all. Human rights in Childbirth. Independent information about pregnancy and birth. Raising awareness of research.
Why not capture the most important day of your life with a birth photographer, or maybe some photos in those first precious hours or weeks?
Specialising in reiki and reflexology, particularly in the area of maternity care
Your mental health is as important as your physical health. Please see this wonderful website for mindfulness, relaxation, coaching for anxiety, depression, stress. Australian bush flower essences, meditation and retreats.
Support for breastfeeding and very helpful drug factsheets.
A fellow doula who can provide hypnobirthing sessions or TBR 3 Step rewind (birth trauma rewind)
Support in your area for families, from breastfeeding to free activities, events and support. I volunteer as a breastfeeding peer supporter and if you’d like to attend my group please do get in touch.
This is a website and app to help new parents find activities and events in the local area, for newborns to 11 years.
Breastfeeding support from pregnancy onwards.
An important read to learn about safer sleep and how to prevent sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).
Information and support for Antenatal, Postnatal, Perinatal depression and postpartum psychosis, plus other mental health issues.
Breastfeeding isn’t easy for a lot of people but there’s a huge amount of support out there if you know where to look, here is a great place to start if you don’t want to try a local group.
The National Childbirth Trust, providing lots of information for parents and families.
Pre and postnatal depression advice and support
The Pelvic Partnership provide women and health care professionals with information about best practice for the treatment and management of pregnancy related PGP, and to enable and empower women to access the right treatment.
Information for parents about miscarriage, still birth and premature births.
Support for families with twins or multiples