August 29, 2019

“Do you remember the beginning? Your soft fingers rested, curled into tiny bunches as soon as they formed within the womb of the mother. And stayed that way, neatly and securely tucked in, as you made your grand entrance into the light body of this world. They are stil...

November 13, 2018

The World Health Organisation guidance for avoidance of episiotomy in non-critical situations is now 30 years old and episiotomy is still a common procedure. Tearing of the perineum is much more likely in cases where women give birth on their backs; this is also a comm...

November 7, 2018

In my practise I treat many women whose symptoms suggest a generalised stagnation in the body following childbirth.

Their symptoms often include swollen and painful feet and hands, carpal tunnel syndrome, disturbed digestion, dehydration and constipation, fatigue, dry s...

February 28, 2017

These principles stem from the same basic place - the recognition that our bodies know how to achieve healing and that when something temporarily separates them from this knowledge, the smallest possible intervention should be applied in order to bring a resolution.

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