Pregnancy & Postnatal

From the moment your baby is conceived, a magical journey begins. Taking care of yourself and your baby during this journey through pregnancy, birth and into early motherhood is essential for happy and healthy development. Our gentle approach to pregnancy, birth and parenting promotes bonding and attachment in a calm, relaxed environment.

Explore our full range of dedicated classes and services covering pregnancy, birth and the postnatal periods below:

Pregnancy & Postnatal Classes

  • Aquanatal Yoga

    Being in water whilst pregnant offers a sense of calmness and relaxation. The water supports the mother’s body and her growing baby enabling stretching and exercise in ways that cannot be achieved on land. Classes are excellent for swimmers and non-swimmers alike and especially those suffering from pelvic pain, backache and SPD.

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  • Yoga for Pregnancy & Birth

    Yoga is one of the best forms of exercise you can do whilst pregnant. Practiced in a safe and gentle manner, pregnancy yoga keeps you flexible, strong and prepares you for the birth of your baby.

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    Coffee, Cake & Carrying

    Coffee, Cake & Carrying has been specifically designed for women (35 weeks +) to focus on themselves during late pregnancy. To prepare and rehearse for labour and birth, and spend time connecting with other women whose babies will arrive around the same time. This is a hybrid class covering childbirth preparation, breathing, pregnancy and birth yoga, labour

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  • Gentle Childbirth Workshop

    Prepare for labour and birth with a course that is supported by the Royal College of Midwives. Aiming for a natural birth, and including all you need to know to feel informed and able to relax and be prepared for the birth of your baby.

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  • Coffee, Cake & Coping

    Is it time to take the ‘should’ out of parenting? How often do you get asked about your babies sleep, or even if they are a ‘good’ baby? Do people pass opinion on what you ‘should’ be doing with your baby? Are you doing too much? Our fabulous postnatal team have developed a group especially

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  • Pregnancy Massage

    Highly recommended for every mother-to-be after the first trimester, massage in pregnancy provides relief from aches and pains and offers a level of relaxation that every mother and baby should experience.

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  • Birth & Postnatal Doula

    Doulas offer support during pregnancy, childbirth and early parenthood. This support is practical and emotional but is not medical in nature. Having a doula with you can reduce time spent in labour by 25%

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  • Postnatal Yoga

    There are a few great ways to re-shape and re-align the body after giving birth, Postnatal Yoga is definitely one of the best! Suitable to attend from six weeks after giving birth, this class is a wonderful way to gently regain your core-strength, your figure and overall fitness after birthing your baby. Sessions pay particular

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  • Closing the Bones

    After carrying, laboring and birthing a baby (or multiple babies) a woman’s body can remain open and depleted of energy afterwards. Closing the Bones is a gentle, traditional wrapping procedure and postpartum massage to close the body, warm the mother and encourage a new flow of energy to be released. During the massage and wrapping

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