Mother Nurture, Postnatal

Yoga for You and Your Baby

Yoga and wellbeing for women and babies 0 - 12 months, online or in Shilbottle (near Alnwick) Northumberland. These unique classes combine gentle postpartum recovery exercise for new mums with songs, massages and movements for the babies. Postnatal Yoga is healing from within and includes breathing exercises, pelvic movements, postural awareness and lifting/carrying techniques as… Continue reading Yoga for You and Your Baby

Mother Nurture, Yoga

Mother Nurture Yoga with Lucy Maresh

Lucy has been running yoga groups for pregnant women and babies here in North Northumberland since 2009. These classes include prenatal yoga, birth preparation, postnatal yoga, baby yoga and massage, relaxation and meditation for mothers and babies and opportunities for friendship and connection.

Massage

Postpartum Healing Wrap, Massage and Baby 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.

Mother Nurture, Postnatal

Postnatal Yoga Resources

Welcome to my postnatal yoga resources! Here you will find a collection of articles, videos and audios I have collected together over the years and continue to add to. If you are currently on a course with me I will be pointing you towards some of these links as we go through the course. You… Continue reading Postnatal Yoga Resources

Mother Nurture, Postnatal

The Pelvic Diamond

I find this a really helpful way of experiencing the area of soft tissue we commonly call the “pelvic floor”.   Once you can feel and sense this diamond shape area of muscle you can work with both contractions and relaxations to keep the area toned. These exercises are for all women and are suitable both in… Continue reading The Pelvic Diamond

Mother Nurture, Postnatal

There Is No Going Back To Normal

The transition into motherhood can be challenging – we are navigating new territory in our bodies, daily rhythms and lifestyle. I am often asked how long it takes to ‘get back to normal’, but for me that's not the right question. Every pregnancy is a rite of passage - a transition in to something new… Continue reading There Is No Going Back To Normal