• Welcome.

     

    How are you?

     

    Your body is amazing. You grew a whole new person!
     

    But I get it, you're tired and maybe even it feels like your body's not quite your own right now?

     

    If you're in need of some time and space to reconnect with your body and make new friends, you're in the right place.

     

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    Postnatal Self Care Club

    If you're recently (or not so recently) postnatal and want to give yourself some weekly TLC, time to reconect with your body and meet other new parents, this is for you.

     

    Sessions include mindfulness, movement to ease owie backs and shoulders, tips for pelvic health, movement for core strength, and ideas to ease everyday life and save your neck, wrists and tired arms.

     

    Movements are based on biomechanics and the exercises are designed to fit into everyday life.

    No B.S. No unrealistic expectations. It's a come as you are class.

    • For postnatal recovery, community and connection

    • benefits of joining

      Classes are for new mothers in the first 6 months postnatal, whatever your experience: people who may have had caesarean births, pelvic floor issues, abdominal separation or are breastfeeding are all welcome (provided your GP gives you the go-ahead).

      Core & Pelvic Floor

      These sessions are safe for postpartum recovery, whatever your ecperience.

      Safe for those with pelvic floor issues and after a c-birth.

      Maintain strength

      Movement to gently strengthen legs, arms and core muscles every week can help ease you through get through the early months of parenting.

      Soothe aches & pain

      Common pain areas like tense shoulders and lower back pain can be gently eased to help you get on with caring for your baby more comfortably.

      Time for you

      Having space and time to adapt to new motherhood can be vital for peace of mind. In classes there’s time to chat, share experience and meet other mums.

      Trauma Informed

      Emilie's a trauma informed yoga teacher and doula. Classes are taught with care and awareness. If you need further help, Emilie can refer you to local practitioners and services.

    • Weekly on Tuesday mornings for postpartum parents in Frome

      Postnatal wellbeing for body and soul

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      Postnatal Self Care Club

      This is for you if you've recently had a baby and would like to connect with your self and others in a gentle, kind setting.

       

      Focus is on adapting to changes in your body and life and offers simple tools for calm, movement practice, a bit of breathing space and time to chat with other new parents.

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      Pelvic floor issues?

      This class is perfectly safe for you, but if you feel you need something more specific there are pelvic floor courses and private coaching options that could benefit you more.

       

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      Some women find it difficult to connect with themselves after birth, perhaps because of difficult birth experiences or because they feel different. Different to how they were during pregnancy or pre-pregnancy.

       

      Your body has transformed and this, combined with the inevitable massive shift in your lifestyle, hormones and sleep deprivation can take some time to navigate.

       

      Making time to tune into yourself, to be mindful and to move more can help.

    • BENEFITS OF CORE CARE POSTNATAL

      Classes are ideal for the first 6 months postnatal, whatever your experience: you may have had a caesarean birth, pelvic floor issues, abdominal separation or be breastfeeding - all welcome (provided your GP gives you the go-ahead).

      Balance & posture

      Yoga can help you adjust to the changes in your the body. Classes are designed to ease aching shoulders and get you back to moving after the birth of your baby.

      Maintain strength

      Movement to gently strengthen legs, arms and core muscles every week can help ease you through get through the early months of parenting.

      Soothe aches & pain

      Common pain areas such as tense shoulders and lower back pain can be gently stretched to help you get on with caring for your baby more comfortably.

      Time for you


      Having space and time to adapt to new motherhood can be vital for peace of mind. In classes there’s time to chat, share experience and meet other mums.

    • Sign up

      booking options - choose between flexible class passes or a rolling month membership.

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      5 class pack

      - use within 7 weeks -

      £45

      for 6 weeks

      Flexible 5 class pack
      Use within 7 weeks

       

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      Monthly Membership

      - rolling monthly membership -

      £25

      per month

      rolling monthly membership
      - best value -


      Works out at about £6.25 per class

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      10 class pack

      - use within 4 months -

      £82.50

      for 6 week course + a 1-2-1

      10 class flexi pass

      Use within 4 months

    • Your postnatal body

      Thoughts and info on the embodied transition from pregnancy to parenthood.

      The emotional landscape Getting to know your body after the birth of a baby can be like...
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      No points scored if you've guessed we're talking about 5 (with a good bit of 4 thrown in as it's...
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      Along with back pain and axiety, these are the most frequent issues people come to class with. ...
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      If you think about how your daily movement might load your pelvis, the positions you spend lots...
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      As your baby slowly grew, you adapted to carrying them in your body; from something noone else...
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