Five ways to nourish yourself during pregnancy - body, mind, heart and soul. There may be days when you don’t feel much like moving but you can still treat your body to some restorative yoga, a relaxing foot bath or self care massage. Read more and download a free guided relaxation to help you find ease and connect with your baby.
This traditional treatment takes place on the floor on a comfortable mat and you remain clothed throughout. It involves the use of rhythmic palming, rocking and and acupressure techniques, along with facilitated stretching.
Everything you need to know to get started with pregnancy yoga, delivered in six installments directly to your inbox. Your free guide includes five videos, one audio relaxation and lots of useful hints and tips.
Lucy offers both warm oil massage and thai yoga massage to pregnant women as well as 1:1 yoga sessions for exercise, birth preparation and deep relaxation. Specialist postpartum treatments are also available for healing and closing, both with and without babies present. During the first trimester of pregnancy, massage is considered potentially risky as the… Continue reading Pregnancy Massage
Lucy offers two types of postpartum treatment. The first is a flexible session for new mothers along with their babies and is suitable as soon as you feel ready to leave the house. The second is a postpartum abdominal massage and healing wrap which really requires that you are able to leave your baby with someone else so you can completely relax.
Have you ever considered your own internal weather? I suspect there have been days you felt your disposition was sunny and bright, and other days you have been heavy with dark clouds and ready to explode with thunder and lightning - I am sure that can't be just me! I woke up this morning to a light dusting of snow here in Shilbottle. It was a fantastic reminder of our famously unpredictable weather - a little flurry of Winter in the middle of an otherwise blossoming Spring.