In December I held a Christmas party for my Serene Mummy Tribe, it was such a lovely event with lots of food and hot drinks. It was so lovely to see so many mummies having a catch up and making connections with each other. We had the lovely Claire – Louise sleep consultant on hand to give advice and support with any sleep issues that parents maybe having with their little ones.
I am super proud to be part of a book and to say I am a co author of ‘Love letters for new mothers’. Gayle from Blossom and Berry ( who I did my massage & yoga training with) compiled lots of beautiful love letters from mothers, fellow baby massage & yoga instructors and friends and created this stunning book.
I share this book in class and it is always on hand to read after our session. I truly wish I had this book before I had my children, I think I would of been less hard on myself and followed my instincts more. Inside you will find raw, honest and heart warming accounts of lots of different experiences of becoming a new mother.
If you would like to order your own copy or buy it as a gift for a expecting mamma click here Love letters for new mothers this will take you to the Amazon link.
I often hold daddy and baby workshops on a Saturday so daddy gets a chance to attend a class and learn some massage & yoga techniques to help them feel more empowered as a parent.
During Mamma Kindness Week I also held a workshop called Daddy & Baby while Mummy has tea. Dad’s learnt the massage routine while mummies had tea and cake in the cafe next door, with compliments from Serene Baby.
I have been lucky enough to attend and meet lots of new mummies and expecting mummies at the Baby & Toddler shows I have attended.
I am always on hand to discuss classes and to put your mind at ease if you have any questions.
Over the summer I held a picnic in the park event open to everyone, where I held a free baby massage workshop, due to the amount of mummies and babies that came, I ended up running 6 mini massage workshops.
Everyone enjoyed relaxing in the sunshine and having a lovely lunch, although I am pretty sure this ended up being one of the hottest days of the year and we all had to find shelter under the trees.
Thank you to everyone who came to our picnic in the park event.
We held two buggy walks, our first walk was to raise awareness for maternal mental issues, I was overwhelmed with everyone that attended to show their support for such an important issue.
Our second was just to get everyone out the house, meet other mummies and to blow away the cobwebs, even in the rain which descended on us, washing out our picnic (typical British weather). This was also part or our Mamma Kindness Week, where I went and did random acts of kindness to mamma’s out there. It was such a lovely feeling giving little gestures and telling mummies how amazing they are.