Shawn committed to cold water swimming last year through Autumn, winter and now Spring to raise money in support of her nephew Jay who is undergoing treatment for a brain tumour.
It is always a great pleasure to see Ina May Gaskin. She is as funny and down to earth out of the limelight as she is on stage and in her books.
At Birthlight we use an integrative approach that, following the principles of yoga and Ayurveda, “supports the supporting structures” around a problem area: lower back strength, pelvic floor tone and organ function are all improved while the Diastasis Recti is being repaired.
The independence and confidence in water that she developed so early on mean that she is very much a water person to this day.
Me, thirty beautiful women, and an army of stuffed animals. This is the scene I beheld whilst the Tuscan afternoon introduced the first of a week's worth of sessions in postnatal yoga and connectivity training with Birthlight last summer.
The recent emergence of the “Water Wobbles’ as a major concern in some baby swim schools and a topic of discussion in blogs related to baby swimming calls for a clarification of the concept. What exactly do the “Water Wobbles” stand for?
Nearly the whole team joined me to understand how to use Birthlight yoga to support natural birth in this busy state hospital in Portugal.
Although my birth wasn't textbook perfect and had a few ups and downs that's what makes it more special as together we overcame all the obstacles and together we birthed naturally and at our pace.
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