The affirmation I received last night at the Women, Wine and Wellness event held by @chiropracticcentral.
A very timely reminder, one that resonates with me on so many levels.
To me, this means been present and in flow with where I am today.
This is a big challenge for me - I envisaged my life and business to be completely different.
A big dream of mine is to open a clinic - I know how I want it to look, the vibe I want, the community I would love to invite...but everything is a work in progress. As long as I continue to implement, keep learning, connect with like minded people evolve as a person, I know my dream will come true.
When associating menstrual cycle with season, spring represents pre-ovulation period which embodies new beginnings and new starts. .
A beauty tip for spring is to cleanse, detoxify and exfoliate. Invest in a good cleansing balm that exfoliates and hydrates like our favorite Petal Soft. Pre-order now for 15% off and receive on April 12.
Sooooooo excited for this pregnancy massage that is about to go down!!! Feeling so blessed and grateful that I get to enjoy this level of pampering at 38 weeks pregnant. Also praying I don't have to pee 17 times in the next hour.
It is wonderful to hear good feedback. We're so happy we can help.
At Mother Nurture we are all qualified midwives with many years experience caring for women and their families. We have set up Mother Nurture to enhance women's experience of pregnancy, birth and the postnatal period by offering a range of services not readily available within the NHS. Our aim is to aid relaxation, ease discomfort, encourage a positive pregnancy and birth, and reduce the need for medical intervention .
Mother Nurture treatments are available every Tuesday @beehivehealthcare in Chester and we offer private hypnobirthing and preparation for birth courses in your home within Chester and the surrounding areas.
Our website is www.mothernurture.co.uk for more information.
Do you know the benefits of pregnancy massage? Check out Tiffany Field of the Touch Research Institute’s research below 👇 ✨Pregnant women benefit from massage therapy.
Randomized controlled trial
Field T, et al. J Psychosom Obstet Gynaecol. 1999.
“Twenty-six pregnant women were assigned to a massage therapy or a relaxation therapy group for 5 weeks. The therapies consisted of 20-min sessions twice a week. Both groups reported feeling less anxious after the first session and less leg pain after the first and last session. Only the massage therapy group, however, reported reduced anxiety, improved mood, better sleep and less back pain by the last day of the study. In addition, urinary stress hormone levels (norepinephrine) decreased for the massage therapy group and the women had fewer complications during labor and their infants had fewer postnatal complications (e.g., less prematurity).”