We have many midwives, organisations, clinics and physiotherapists who all share a common goal to make birthing experiences the best they can be.
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Positively Birthing offers women a unique programme of antenatal education.
The Positively Birthing Online course combines the evidence based information of an antenatal course with the tools, techniques and approach of a hypnobirthing course, providing women with the very best preparation for a positive birth experience.
With the online course standing at just £35 it’s about as affordable and comprehensive a birth preparation as you’re going to get!
Dr Gowri Motha is a London based childbirth pioneer who has prepared mothers and fathers to have gentle births.
As part of her quest to help mothers to look forward to giving birth, she introduced water births into the NHS in the eighties and was the first doctor to conduct a documented water birth within a London NHS hospital.
Gowri and her close-knit team of complementary practitioners are dedicated to guiding mothers throughout their pregnancy by offering a programme of classes and key treatments during pregnancy all the way to birth.
Founded in 2013 by sisters Dr Chiara Hunt and Marina Fogle, The Bump Class offers what The Times described as “a revolutionary concept”.
Their antenatal classes are packed with information from professionals, experts in their field who not only have a wealth of information but are also great teachers. Crucially they are also fun, managing to convey sometimes complicated biology and medicine in a way that everyone will understand.
So successful were the classes, that they were approached by the biggest publishing house in the world to write a book. The Bump Class; An Expert Guide to Pregnancy, Birth and Beyond has been praised for its down to earth, yet professional approach, giving pregnant women the accurate, practical and pragmatic information which proves invaluable.
Covering all areas relating to Obstetrics and Gynaecology: from pregnancy to menopause.
Shockingly 1 in 3 women experience women’s health problems during their lifetime, from pelvic pain to pregnancy and the menopause.
Many tolerate these problems, often for years, either too embarrassed to seek help or unaware that there are treatments available.
Whether you are suffering from pregnancy-related musculoskeletal problems like back pain, pelvic pain, sciatica or carpal tunnel syndrome. Or struggling with bladder, bowel and pelvic floor dysfunction, causing incontinence, pain, pelvic organ prolapse or sexual dysfunction, our niche group of physios can help you.