Techniques

Each of our techniques has been designed for women who are either pregnant or in the postnatal period. We have tried to think about important factors like nap times, exhaustion, and wakefulness at night when formulating these resources. You may find that you enjoy a lot of them, or just one. We would encourage you to try them all and see what works best for you at this moment in time.

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As ever, please be careful when attempting any new exercise regime. We would ask that you speak to your GP, midwife or health visitor beforehand and never attempt anything before you have been signed off.

pregnant woman doing pilates

Pilates

Pilates is a relaxing form of exercise often recommended for pregnant and postnatal women.

Mindfulness

The practice of paying attention to the here and now has quickly become a trusted and rewarding technique for anyone struggling with anxiety. Learn how to notice what’s around and turn your focus to now instead of what if.

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Post Partum Exercise

Getting back into exercise after childbirth can seem daunting. Our exercises are simple, quick and help both your body and your mind.

Meditation and Breathing

Taking a moment to breathe can make a huge difference to how you are feeling right now, but learning breathwork techniques and using them on a daily basis can produce long term changes to our mental health.

Diet and Nutrition

When we’re knackered and pregnant, or struggling with sleep deprivation we quickly reach for the biscuits. Yet we know our physical & mental health is affected by sugar. Learn some tips to improve diet and wellbeing.

Pelvic Floor Health

One of the most common symptoms of pregnancy and childbirth is incontinence. Which often leads to or exacerbates our anxiety. Learning how to relax and control your pelvic floor can help to overcome this.

Restarting Exercise

It is an undisputed fact that exercise is good for our mental health. What’s even better for our mood is getting outside, in the fresh air and sunshine, to exercise. Do you know why?