Pregnancy and Babies

  • Are you pregnant, or would you like to be?
  • Is your back aching but you don’t want to take drugs?
  • Are you overdue & wondering what might help?
  • Are you anxious about the birth?
  • Is your baby suffering with colic, difficulty sleeping or feeding?

At Stillpoint several therapists offer appropriate treatment & support during pregnancy, for childbirth, induction of labour, the postnatal period, for ailments of babies and young children, or for help with infertility.

 

Craniosacral Therapy :

Isobel Stevenson

Craniosacral therapy developed out of Cranial Osteopathy and can be used in the same way. Its gentleness makes it especially suitable for treating children and easing some of the physical discomforts of pregnancy.

Massage in Pregnancy :

Deborah Jenkins

Pregnancy massage is a specialised form of massage that addresses the various aches and pains common in pregnancy. It can help with:

  • SPD symptoms
  • Tension in shoulders
  • Lower back ache
  • Restless, tired or slightly swollen legs
  • Headaches
  • Insomnia and sleep disturbances
  • General aches and pains

 

McTimoney Chiropractic :


Alana Edwards

Kinesiology:

Isobel Stevenson

These therapies are helpful in gently realigning and rebalancing the musculoskeletal structures to ease aches and pains during pregnancy.
They can also be used effectively to balance the spine, pelvic bones & muscles, which form part of the birth canal.
Techniques within Kinesiology may be used to help with emotions connected with an inability to conceive, to release fears or anxieties around giving birth, or any related issues.

Psychotherapy :

Vena Hanson | Carolyn Lawson

Our psychotherapists are also skilled at helping people with difficult emotions associated with conceiving, miscarriages, giving birth, and previous pregnancies or deliveries.

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