Pregnancy ailments

Before we get started I want to make it clear that I’m not a GP, physio or healthcare provider of any sort and any health conditions should be referred to a professional for proper diagnosis and treatment. Plus every woman is different. This blog simply collates some of the tips and recommendations that I’ve picked up over the years to …

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How will I know if I’m in labour?

Every woman’s experience of labour is different, but some of the typical signs that suggest you’re in early/latent labour (so not yet 4cm dilated with regular contractions) are: cramps, period like pains or persistent back pain contractions or tightenings that don’t yet have a rhythm or specific frequency to them an upset stomach a brown or blood-tinged mucus (referred to …

Joining the Harborne Movement Therapy team

I’m delighted to announce that I’ve joined the Harborne Movement Therapy team as their pregnancy & postnatal fitness specialist and I’m now taking 1-2-1 and small group personal training bookings at the clinic on Earls Court Road. My expertise in helping women to workout safely and effectively during pregnancy, to rehab post birth and to ultimately get back to the sports and …