Although I have been there every single step of the way I cannot, in any way, shape or form, take the credit for carrying or delivering our beautiful baby boy.
That award goes to my amazing wife.
Shame, loneliness and disappointment: the hidden burden of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) after childbirth A lovely, perhaps natural childbirth, in relaxed and comfortable surroundings, with pa...
After some much needed R&R over Christmas my team and I are starting 2017 with all sorts of exciting new plans and projects and I can’t wait to get cracking.
My first announcement is that the fabulous Sarah Marsh, a specialist women’s health physio and yoga teacher, will now also be conducting Mummy MOT’s from my West London Clinic in Chiswick from 11-4 on Mondays.
Every woman should have a Little Black Dress (LBD) in their wardrobe (or at least that’s what all the fashionistas say). An LBD symbolises elegance and class, and let’s face it, most women want to feel elegant and classy from time to time. However what every woman should have and what every woman gets are two very different things that transcend across all aspects of life.
I’m so thrilled that once again the Mummy MOT® Professionals Course this weekend was such a success. It’s always a delight to see my colleagues so engaged and enthusiastic about something which I’m so passionate about.
This is what one of this weekend’s recruits had to say:
“Inspired and motivated by my weekend with the latest Mummy MOT recruits…
thanks to you all for a wonderful experience and particularly to Maria and Jenny
for sharing their wisdom, experience and expertise.
I hope we can all now stay connected and continue learning and sharing.”
What is a tummy gap (aka Diastasis Recti or Rectus Diastasis Abdominis (RDA))? A tummy gap occurs naturally in all women during pregnancy. Your ‘abs’ or ‘six pack’ muscles – officially called re...
Amazing weekend in Walsall, Birmingham at the Women's Health Summit organised by Gerard Greene and Michelle Lyons.
It was great to meet Yvonne, founder of EVB Shorts and to find out an intriguing new way on handling exercise / running incontinence. An engineer by background, Yvonne won the BBC2s Dragon's Den last year, 2014 for her EVB Sport Shorts.