OUR VISION IS TO EMPOWER AND INFORM WOMEN WITH PREGNANCY ADVICE, INFORMATION AND SUPPORT
The Pregnancy Wellness Movement concept arose after Midwife Pip realised that women are not receiving the level of honest, evidence-based birth information they deserve from antenatal classes.
Pip has spent many years as a practicing midwife working with women who, despite attending antenatal classes, had not felt prepared for the potential twists and turns that may unfold during labour and birth. The pregnancy support available for women to exercise safely in pregnancy and embrace an active, healthy lifestyle is also a gap that Pip is on a mission to bridge.
VERY BEST PREGNANCY AND POSTPARTUM ADVICE
Our dedicated team combines experienced midwifery knowledge with the expertise of our exercise and nutrition scientist to ensure that you receive the very best antenatal education, pregnancy advice and postpartum support to empower you on your journey from conception, through pregnancy and into parenthood.
Supporting and empowering you through our antenatal classes, pregnancy exercise and nutrition programmes and postnatal support services. We believe that all women should have access to evidence-based information about their health and wellness and this ethos has led Pip to also creating the Pregnancy Wellness Podcast and Blog. This ensures that you receive the best health and pregnancy information in convenient and accessible ways to support a positive and healthy pregnancy experience.
POSITIVE PREGNANCY AND BIRTH EXPERIENCE
POWERFUL BENEFITS OF EXERCISE IN PREGNANCY
Pregnancy is an ideal time to optimise your health and strongly influence the health of your growing baby. Imagine signing up for a marathon, then sitting on the couch for 9 months- this would not be optimal preparation. Birth is your marathon and pregnancy provides a journey of opportunity to prepare and nourish your body. Working closely together and in partnership with mums and mums-to-be we support you to embrace exercise, adopt a healthy and balanced pregnancy diet and to feel prepared for giving birth and caring for your newborn baby.