Some say nothing can prepare you for motherhood, but I say you can never be too organised! Having the right information, helpful products and insight into your own needs can make an enormous difference in your enjoyment of this big life transition. I love working with women who want to be proactive about their own health, the care of their baby and who want to continue to live a fulfilling life.

Some ways I can help…

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1st Trimester

Support with information overwhelm
Develop personalised self-care plans to support your wellbeing throughout pregnancy and beyond
Set up good sleep practices to maximise the sleep you get despite that early pregnancy insomnia
Support to help you begin to adjust to this big life change
Identify risk factors for perinatal mental health conditions and develop a plan to address these were possible.
Learn how to stay fit and healthy throughout your pregnancy.
Birth service decision making
For those who like to be organised…

2nd & 3rd Trimester

Get the right baby or pregnancy gear
Continue to live life and get things done, despite pregnancy related aches, pains and discomfort
Tailored advice on how to set up your home for optimal physical and mental wellbeing post birth
Tips to help you sleep better and position yourself comfortably in bed
Identity any high-risk day to day tasks that may impact your pelvic floor or abdomen
Preparing for the motherhood transition
Caesarean preparation
Something not covered here?

Following your session, you will receive:

  • Post-natal Wellness Plan
  • Written recommendations
  • Educational material to support your needs

Have a health condition?

Sessions can support you to manage and enjoy day to day life even if you have the following health conditions:

  • Pregnancy related back pain
  • Upper limb conditions such as carpel tunnel
  • Pelvic Girdle pain – also known as Diastasis of the Symphysis Pubis (DSP), Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction (SPD), Posterior Pelvic Pain or Pelvic instability
  • Chronic pain conditions
  • Severe morning sickness (Hyperemesis)
  • Anxiety & Depression

Health condition not listed here? Get in contact with me and I’ll give you an honest answer and if your issue in not within my expertise, I may be able to recommend someone who can help you instead.

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A female in a kitchen holding a frypan smiling at someone out of viewAdvice on how to set up your home to manage pregnancy conditions such as Pelvic Girdle Pain

A female bending down examining a cot mattressRecommendations on nursery furniture and products that are best for your health

A female standing up providing hands on guidance to a female lying on a bed with a cushion between her kneesAdvice on how to position yourself for a better night’s sleep