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Pre/Post Natal Treatments

Our pre and post-natal treatments combine Osteopathy, Paediatric Osteopathy and Acupuncture, Pre & Post Natal Massage, Craniosacral and Myofascial therapy to support bones and ligaments in the period, in which hormone level in the body is vastly increased.

Mummy MOT®​ is a specialist postnatal examination for women following both vaginal and caesarean deliveries.

Tongue Tie assessment can identify if your baby might have any oral restrictions which could impact your feeding journey,

ScarWork for Caesarean section scar is used to improve feeling and functionality in the scar and surrounding tissues, creating better movement between the layers of skin, fascia (connective tissue) and muscle. 

Pregnancy Massage  

with Marina Paparakou | Christophe Fien | Luciamara Vitor | Anna Williams

Pregnancy Massage is a massage therapy specifically tailored for the expectant mum’s needs.  It has been found to encourage relaxation, reduce stress and relieve aches and pains in muscles and joints. This massage will also help to decrease any swelling in the arms and legs by increasing blood and lymph circulation, and is recommended after the first trimester.

From 13 weeks gestation


55 mins | £70


Anna - Monday 9 - 3 pm 

Christophe - Wednesday 10am - 5 pm | Thursday 11am - 8pm

Marina -  Friday 11am - 4pm 

Luciamara -  Tuesday 10am - 2pm | Friday 2.30 - 7.30pm | Saturday 8.30am - 1pm 

ScarWork Therapy for Caesarean Section Scar

with Maria Cobo

ScarWork Therapy is a specialised manual treatment to help patients with scar tissue, fibrosis, adhesions and changes in tissue health following surgery and radiotherapy. It is used to improve feeling and functionality in the scar and surrounding tissues, creating better movement between the layers of the skin, fascia (connective tissue) and muscle.
Scars often appear smaller, flatter, lighter and less prominent but the emphasis is on the underlying tissue changes. As the dense scar tissue reduces and the tissue health recovers, nerve impairment such as numbness, pain, itching, irritation or extreme sensitivity often improves. 

For questions or more details about ScarWork please email 

Initial Assessment - 30 mins | £40

Follow-up - 55 mins | £70


Maria - Monday 10am - 8pm

Pre/Post Natal Five Element Acupuncture

with Victoria Moss

Acupuncture is an ancient system of medicine originating in Asia that has been used effectively as a holistic healing method for over 2,000 years. It works on the underlying principle that illness and pain occur when the body's Qi, or vital energy, cannot flow freely through the body's energy channels, known as meridians. There can be many reasons for this, including emotional and physical stress, poor nutrition, infection or injury. By inserting ultra-fine sterile needles into specific acupuncture points, the acupuncturist seeks to re-establish the free flow of Qi to restore balance and trigger the body's natural healing response.  


Five Element Acupuncture 


The five elements are Water, Wood, Fire, Earth and Metal and they are a fundamental and integral part of Chinese medicine and philosophy. Each element is associated with different organs, seasons, emotions, odours, colours, sounds and times of day. Everyone has all of the elements within them. Five element acupuncturists seek to find and treat the root cause of disease by diagnosing the element that is in distress. The focus is very much on the individual, not just their symptoms or illness, and treatment aims to bring about balance in the whole person - body, mind and spirit. It is used by many people as a preventative measure to strengthen their constitution and improve their immune system. It is highly effective in addressing stress and emotional problems before they lead to more serious illness. Patients often report an improvement in their feeling of general wellbeing, increased energy, improved sleep, and reduced stress. 

90 mins - Acupuncture 1st Consultation - 90 mins | £85 

Follow-up - 45 mins | £60 


Course of 4 Follow-up treatments - £220 

Victoria offers concessions to students, and those on a low income. Please email for more information.


Victoria  - Friday 9am - 2pm

Pre/Post Natal Osteopathy | Paediatric Osteopathy

with Karly Proverbs (Most, PgCert SPOP, DO, DN)

Osteopathy is a system of assessment, diagnosis and treatment for a wide range of medical conditions. It works with the structure and function of the body and is based on the principle that the well-being of an individual depends on the skeleton, muscles, ligaments and connective tissues functioning smoothly together..

Osteopaths are highly trained allied health professionals (AHPs) who are experts in the musculoskeletal system. Osteopathic treatment combines manual therapy, exercise and self-care advice which is specifically tailored to the needs of the individual.  

Osteopathic treatment during pregnancy is safe and effective. Many women find osteopathy helpful for: 

  • The management of aches and pains associated with pregnancy, including low back pain;  

  • Advice on physical activity and exercise during pregnancy; and 

  • Pelvic floor advice and preparation for birth 


Postnatal osteopathic treatment can also help with: 

  • Relieving aches and pains associated with birth and feeding baby and how to manage them

  • Pelvic floor health

  • A safe return to exercise 

Paediatric Osteopathy - Newborn babies and children

Osteopathy is a gentle treatment which is suitable for babies and children. When treating babies, Karly uses techniques such as cranial osteopathy which is safe and non-manipulative and may have a soothing effect.

Karly has up to date paediatric first aid training and holds an enhanced DBS. The treatment room is entirely on the ground floor, so it is accessible to buggies.

Karly is a mum of twins so understands the stresses and strains of pregnancy and the demands motherhood places on the body (and mind). Please contact Karly for more information: 

1st Consultation 60 mins - £80

Please email to book.

Follow Up 30 mins - £60


Karly - Wednesday 9am - 2pm

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Mummy MOT®

with Karly Proverbs (Most, PgCert SPOP, DO, DN)

A Mummy MOT® is a specialist postnatal examination for women following both vaginal and caesarean deliveries.


After pregnancy, up to half of mothers’ experience weakness in their abdominal and pelvic floor muscles and up to a third still have a tummy gap after eight weeks. This can lead to women developing pelvic pain or back pain, problems with their bladder or bowel and/or sexual dysfunction. These conditions are not something you should simply live with because you have had a baby.


It is recommended that women have an initial assessment after their 8-week GP check, but Mummy MOT practitioners also treat women who gave birth years ago.


As a Mummy MOT practitioner, Karly is fully trained and licensed to carry out a Mummy MOT®. Mums lead active lives and need to bend, squat, lift and carry! As part of the Mummy MOT® Karly provides individually tailored postnatal care and functional exercises.


A Mummy MOT 1st consultation includes

· A full postural screen

· Pelvic floor muscle assessment

· Abdominal muscle exam to check for any separation

· Screening for bladder, bowel or sexual dysfunction

Follow up treatment includes

· Education and advice on activities such as lifting your baby or pushing a buggy.

· A bespoke rehabilitation programme with your goals and lifestyle factors in mind.

· A written report of the findings of your assessment.

What to expect

An initial assessment may last up to 75 minutes. Karly will take a thorough case history which involves listening to your experience and any concerns in detail, taking your relevant medical history (including any current medication), followed by a physical examination. An explanation of Karly’s findings and number of further appointments needed will always be discussed.


Treatment Options  

Following the initial Mummy MOT consultation, treatment will be tailored to the individual and may include:


· The provision of pelvic floor exercises and deep abdominal strengthening to assist in graded retraining of the pelvic floor muscles and abdominals

· Internal and external manual therapy techniques to relax the pelvic floor muscles including stretching and release techniques

· Osteopathic manual therapy of the surrounding muscles and joints

· Scar massage

· Relaxation and breathing techniques

· Support and advice on returning to exercise postnatally


If you would like more information please email Karly:

1st Consultation - 75 mins | £120

Please email  to book.

Follow Up - 30 mins | £60


Karly - Wednesday 9am - 2pm




Tongue Tie  

with Leonie Bryan

As a Tongue tie practitioner, Leonie can identify if your baby might have any oral restrictions which could impact your feeding journey, by looking at both the function and the appearance of the tongue and mouth. She will discuss and share information about the short- and long-term potential implications for this and whether it would be beneficial for your baby to divide the frenulum aiming to increase tongue function and mobility. She is able to refer you to other health care practitioners who can offer body work on your baby to release any tension which may be presenting in the soft tissue, and local feeding support groups.

Sessions cost £220 this includes your initial appointment, 1 hour 15 min, to assess the oral function, review your feeding and perform the frenulotomy (if indicated) and the opportunity to attend a 30 minute follow up 2 weeks after your initial session.


1st Assessment - 75 mins | £220


Follow up appointments are available on request, please email Leonie:

or call 07866900659


Leonie -  Saturday 11 - 4 pm 

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