A session for pregnant folk and their partners to join together.


    There will be time for pregnancy-safe partner yoga and relaxation as well as to learn some simple massage that can soothe pregnancy aches, and help you bond with each other and with baby.

    • Moving together helps promote bonding
    • Breathing together helps people to relax
    • Touch can help you (and your baby) to feel more comfortable and at ease
    • Learn some adaptable movment for birth
    • Explore some practical massage for labour

    The price includes space for 2 people. If possible, please bring along a tennis or massage ball and a woven scarf or towel (let me know if either of these are a problem, I have some available to borrow or buy)

    Saturday 9th September 2-4pm

    This class is at RISE in Frome, Somerset

    LOOKING FOR A LONGER COURSE? I'm running a new HYPNOBIRTHING course in October - perfect if you're expecting in early 2024.

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    Early booking is open at £25 per couple

    Regular price is £30

  • " Freedom of movement is important in making the birth of your baby easier. It is the best way for you to use gravity to help your baby come down and to increase the size and shape of your pelvis. It allows you to respond to pain in an active way, and it may speed up the labor process."

    Simkin & Ancheta, 2005

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  • “Emilie helped me feel more in control, less apprehensive and to know what to expect, so I could navigate a calmer way through - knowing how to listen and respond to my body.” - Alice

    “The classes were comprehensive, covering all of the body from head-to-toe. There was good focus on breathing, relaxation and preparing for birth in various positions.” - Claire


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    about Emilie

    Emilie's a doula, antenatal and yoga teacher with over 15 years of experience in working with birthing families. She's also an embodiment coach, Franklin Method Pelvic Fascia Trainer and has trained in biomechanics with Katy Bowman (Movement Ecology for Pregnancy and Postpartum) and midwife Molly O'Brien (Biomechanics for Birth and Advanced Biomechanics for Birth).


    Her approach is down-to-earth, evidence-based and practical and aims to adapt to different learning styles, needs, and birthing plans.


    She's also mum to 2 ever-growing humans, is fond of baking and will probably bring a cake along.

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    Movement & Massage

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    Afternoon workshop

    Saturday 9th September

    2 - 4 pm

    RISE, Frome, Somerset

    • Space for you and your birth partner or friend