Join my Virtual Support Sessions, a safe, trusted, and supportive online space to share, connect and learn with other Mothers who are also pregnant or in their first few months of postpartum.
This is for first time mums as well as mums experiencing their 2nd, 3rd, 4th……postpartum. With each birth there is a newborn mother who needs to be cared for and supported.
FEEL GOOD OFFERS AVAILABLE
VIRTUAL SUPPORT SESSIONS – NOW ONLY £25 – INCLUDES ALL 5 WEEKS
BABY REFLEX AND AROMATHERAPY WORKSHOP – £25 INCLUDES ALL 3 WEEKS
INTERESTED IN JOINING BOTH? GRAB THIS FEEL GOOD PRICE FOR THE VSS AND THE BABY REFLEX – £45
READ MORE ABOUT THE VIRTUAL SUPPORT SESSION BELOW
Becoming parents can feel scary, overwhelming, and lonely, even more so in this uncertain, restricting, and isolated world we have been thrown into.
Together we will take a breath.
There is a certain magic that happens when women gather in a comfy space. Somewhere we can share our stories and experiences. It is hugely beneficial to our wellbeing as women.
As a Maternity Reflexologist and Postpartum Doula, I will be guiding you through the 5 universal needs of every new mother, sharing tips and ideas including:
- How Reflexology can help you feel calmer during labour and in your postpartum.
- What baby brain really means and why it is awesome.
- How to better understand and release the most important hormone to you at this time.
- Traditional and practical postpartum methods that can easily be implemented, so you can avoid feeling overwhelmed and depleted.
EACH WEEK WE WILL BE JOINED BY A SPECIAL GUEST who will be offering a taster of their work for you to enjoy.
WEEK 1: 5th November – Jan Edye from Breastfeeding Norfolk – offering her advice and wisdom whilst answering your queries and concerns about breastfeeding your baby.
WEEK 2: 12th November – Lynn Carter – Aromatherapist – teaching you ways you can easily bring aromatherapy into your selfcare practise, building your confidence in how you can use essential oils to support the wellbeing of you and your family. She will be recommending a few of the essential oils that can support you through labour and beyond.
WEEK 3: 19th November – Victoria Trevor from Kangaroo Together – giving us a demonstration on various carriers and slings, helping you to identify which would work best for you and your family.
WEEK 4: 26th November – Kerry Dolan from Womb Service – will share some tools and techniques to promote relaxation and calm, and to maximise your opportunity for sleep.
WEEK 5: 3rd December – Clair Jones – Specialist Physiotherapist in Women’s Health – will be answering your questions about how physio can support you and ease any issues/discomforts/pain you may be experiencing in your pregnancy and/or postpartum.
Following the taster from our guest, each mother will be invited to say a little something. You can celebrate your achievements. You can address your worries. You can say nothing at all and simply enjoy feeling held.
Whatever you need on the day.
My aim is that you leave each session feeling calmer and more confident, as well as armed with helpful tips, ideas and resources for you and your family.
Start time: 6.30pm
Duration: 1.5 hours approx.
Cost: £25 total for all 5 sessions
If you are not able to make it to one or two sessions, don’t worry, you will receive the recording (minus the sharing circle) so you can still benefit from the information and support provided.
You will also be invited to join the ‘Feel Good Postpartum’ Facebook group – A (growing) Community of Mothers, as well as receive £10 off a Feel Good Therapies treatment and 10% off my Postpartum Packages.
This is what some of the mummies shared about their experience in the support sessions held in June/July –
I just wanted to tell you how much being part of this group has helped me in my postpartum journey and I absolutely love all the ladies involved. I wish we had something like this in my local area, as nearly every mum I encounter says the same – we have very little and need more support.
The virtual support sessions helped me to connect with other mums. I was able to share concerns and to gain solidarity from other women going through similar experiences.
I joined the Feel Good Postpartum virtual support group in the run up to the birth of my 2nd child, I got so much inspiration from these sessions and during lockdown it was a real lifeline.