Yoga with Fiona‚Äč

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Resources - postnatal and baby

Sections on this page:

1. Support for mothers

2. Local therapists and courses

3. Books and web-sites

1. Support for mothers

Mothers Uncovered- a chance to explore the ups and downs of motherhood with other mums. www.mothersuncovered.com

Counselling - try to find someone specialised in birth/postpartum. Jayne Deeks ([email protected]) comes recommended.

Support in resolving birth trauma - Val Taylor (midwife and hypnotherapist), 01273 241 845, 07932 663365, [email protected]

Post-natal depression - pandasfoundation.org.uk have local groups, as do the NHS Children's Centres (ask your Health Visitor)

A friend! - sometimes all we need is someone to listen. Arrange some uninterrupted time.

Bubhub child-centred parenting group in Brighton and Hove

Facebook - I often post related info on www.facebook.com/yogawithfionabumpsandbabies 

2. Local therapists and courses

Aromatherapy massage / baby massage courses - fromtheseed.co.uk

Massage - Jeanette Mahoney, 07932 568566 www.jeanettemassagebrighton.co.uk

Nutrition - Nathalie Sansonetti http://newleafnutrition.co.uk and Sarah Barber pure-people.co.uk

Reflexology, Nutritional therapy, Reiki, Indian Head massage, Hopi Ear candles - soniacamposinnerhealing.com

Charity providing complementary therapies for babies and children at low cost - dolphin-house.org.uk

Mumababy Sanctuary, Lewes mumababysanctuary.co.uk

Washable nappies - thewashablenappy.co.uk

For breastfeeding and maternity clothes, including expert bra-fittings - mummylooksfab.co.uk

...and there are many more listings of local services and classes on the brilliant pregnantinbrighton.co.uk

3. Books and web-sites

Books:

  • 'Baby Yoga' by Francoise Freedman
  • 'Yoga for Mother and Baby' by Julie Llewellyn-Thomas
  • 'Itsy Bitsy Yoga: Poses to Help Your Baby Sleep Longer, Digest Better, and Grow Stronger' by Helen Garabedian

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