10 tips for practising yoga in pregnancy

Yoga in pregnancy is really beneficial whether you are a complete beginner, or have a long-standing practice. It is highly advisable to find a yoga class for pregnancy as it will be tailored to the needs of your body in pregnancy, and also help prepare you for labour...

Floating in Pregnancy

Guest blog post by Michael Cordova from Floating Point Centre in Pangbourne. This blog post first appeared here. Floatation Therapy is great for pregnant women within the 2nd and 3rd trimesters, and only after a medical clearance from their doctor. Floatation Therapy...

The 5 Benefits of Pregnancy Yoga

Many women are drawn to yoga during their pregnancy as it offers a safe and gentle way to stay fit and toned in pregnancy, while respecting the restrictions pregnancy places on your body’s ability to cope with the stresses and strains of exercise. But pregnancy...

7 Top Tips to Help Pelvic Pain in Pregnancy

Is It Normal To Have Pelvic Pain During Pregnancy Pelvic pain in pregnancy is experienced by a very large number of women. It can be quite mild just taking the form of aches and niggles in the pelvis and groin area, It can result in severe pain and discomfort and then...

Birthzang’s 5 tips to reduce anxiety in pregnancy

From the moment you get your very first positive pregnancy test, the thrill of it all can be accompanied by anxiety in pregnancy. Sometimes just getting to the second line on the pregnancy test can be fraught with anxiety and it is all too easy to get caught up in a...

How to Keep Your Pelvic Floor Toned in Pregnancy

Keep Your Pelvic Floor Toned in Pregnancy There are many reasons to keep your pelvic floor area toned during pregnancy. Unfortunately, there are lots of different exercises out there and not much info on why it is important to do them. The obvious reason is to avoid...

5 Sensational Ways to Bond With Your Unborn Baby

How to Bond with your unborn baby Bonding with your unborn baby is something that everyone says we should do. But in the early days when you just feel tired, nauseous, have sore boobs and a host of other unpleasant symptoms, it can be hard to even imagine you have a...

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