Baby massage is certainly the most pleasant form of treatment for babies. It is extremely beneficial for baby wellbeing and development. Baby massage has been used instinctively for centuries by mothers all over the world. Thanks to several studies on the topic, we understand now the many benefits of baby massage. Read more
Statistics show that three out of four women in London that join the gym will drop out in the first three months. Trying to fit in exercise around a busy schedule, arranging childcare if you are a mother, oversubscribed classes or not knowing what to do once you’re in the gym are some reasons that stop women from exercising.
A woman’s body goes through massive changes during pregnancy and it can significantly affect your overall daily functioning. Almost all women experience some kind of discomfort during pregnancy, and as many as 25% of all pregnant women experience temporarily incapacitating problems. Read more
Every year, millions of sick days are taken because of back or neck problems. Long term illnesses cost businesses £3 billions a year. Read more
After giving birth, the pelvic floor muscles are weakened and sometimes damaged. The perineum is one of the most important muscle for women. Read more
Osteopaths work different techniques to diagnose medical conditions and allows the body to heal itself using its own healing mechanisms. Read more
The technique involves exhalation with expansion of the ribcage resulting in a negative pressure in the thoracic cavity, which elevates the diaphragm. Read more
As many as 1 in 5 women over the age of 40 have some degree of urinary incontinence.
However it is more than likely that the number of women affected is much higher. Read more