*FREE* Positive Birth Movement Meetings
Sandhurst & Surrounding Areas in Berkshire covering Surrey and Hampshire
If yes, come along to your local FREE session.
To find your nearest session please see https://www.positivebirthmovement.org/
Have you been told that your baby may be breech, back to back or lying on the wrong side? Whilst many of these positions will resolve on their own accord, Spinningbabies provides you with a gentle form of exercise which may help baby find their optimal position ready for labour.
Likewise, a good chiropractor can help with the realignment of your spine and therefore your ligaments supporting your pelvis. If one side of you is not balanced, it may not be providing your baby
with the most effective positions for their labour.
Tessa lives in Farnham and homoeopathy is an integral part of our family and something that I am passionate about sharing with everyone, young and old, men and women.Birth Without Fear Blog
January Harshe is a mother of 5 children. With each of her birth experiences being different, she wanted to inform women of their birth options and then support them in their own individual choices. She started the Birth Without Fear Facebook page as an outlet for this passion in May 2010 and the blog followed in October 2010.https://www.aims.org.uk/
AIMS was founded in 1960 by Sally Willington to support women and families to achieve the birth that they wanted.
This website is the online home of midwife, teacher, author and researcher Dr Sara Wickham. It contains hundreds of free articles and blog posts for anyone seeking information about birth and Midwifery as well as details of other resources,
Birthrights is the UK’s only organisation dedicated to improving women’s experience of pregnancy and childbirth by promoting respect for human rights. We believe that all women are entitled to respectful maternity care that protects their fundamental rights to dignity, autonomy, privacy and equality.
IMUK is the membership organisation for independent midwives in the UK.
All of our full members work autonomously and support women with the very best evidence-based care and on a one-to-one basis, a model of care proven time and time again to be best for women and their babies.
Protecting the rights of women to choose this care and of midwives to work independently is something we feel very proud of, but our work doesn’t end there.
Here are some well-known breastfeeding support sites, please do call them if you need any advice or support whilst you are both establishing breastfeeding.
Breastfeeding Support Group – Breastfeeding Support Groups UK
Biological Nurturing – http://www.biologicalnurturing.com/
The Breastfeeding network – http://www.breastfeedingnetwork.org.uk/
La Leche League – http://www.llli.org
The National Childbirth Trust – http://www.nct.org.uk/parenting/breastfeeding-how-much-how-often
Association of breastfeeding mothers – http://abm.me.uk/
The following is a link to a support group that runs in Camberley and surrounding areas – http://bfsupport.me.uk/camberley/
The following is a link to a support group in Farnborough that runs twice a week with specialist advisors from Frimley Park Hospital
Nature’s Mother is a non-profit Community Interest Company that helps with any breastfeeding support or problem you may be experiencing, including help with Tongue Tie problems. They cover most of Berkshire –
There is also a Breastfeeding page for Berkshire parents –
MumVoice is all about given women a voice and the wonderful Antonia perfects this in her fresh, fun llighthearted writing.
Please do have a look at http://www.mumvoice.com/