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  • What to expect dursing the first few days of breastfeeding with Arianna from Pachamama

    What to expect dursing the first few days of breastfeeding with Arianna from Pachamama

    I know how hard breastfeeding can be. So I feel very lucky to have had pain free feeds with a baby who latches well, eats quickly & gains weight. But it’s still bloody hard work.

    There are some moments when I can't wait to hold my baby & get him fed. There are others when he’s over-tired or not settling that are totally draining.

  • When do I need a nursing bra and whats so different about them?

    When do I need a nursing bra and whats so different about them?
    There are so many different stages of motherhood, from conceiving to the first trimester, postpartum and beyond! We do as much preparation as possible for the baby, but one often overlooked stage of motherhood is the transitioning stage from pre-pregnancy bras to nursing bras.
  • Key points you need to know for the postnatal period.

    Key points you need to know for the postnatal period.
    Planning for, preparing and honouring the postnatal period is our passion! We believe it is the most overlooked aspect of motherhood and this has been the inspiration for creating our passion project and small business - Shine Postnatal Services.
  • Emily Jensen Nutrition - A bump in my breastfeeding journey

    Emily Jensen Nutrition - A bump in my breastfeeding journey
    There’s no denying it. Breastfeeding isn’t always an easy journey! From supply issues, sore nipples, to finding that perfect latch – not to mention dreaded mastitis! – breastfeeding certainly has its challenge. Naturopath, medical herbalist and degree qualified nutritionist, Emily Jensen opens up about her breastfeeding journey and how she managed in a time where she thought it was all over.
  • How much is too much excercise while pregnant? Joanne Brown (Pysiotherapist) answers all your questions.

    How much is too much excercise while pregnant? Joanne Brown (Pysiotherapist) answers all your questions.
    Congratulations, you’re pregnant! Three words that change your life forever. Before you know it you are plunged in to a new world of baby must-haves, nursery furniture, prams and maternity wear. You’re body is rapidly changing and every second person has an opinion on what you should or shouldn’t be doing. So what kind of exercises can pregnant women do? There is a consensus that a previously active woman can continue with her usual exercise with modifications for pregnancy ie walking or running, weight training, swimming, stationary bike riding. Although there are certain considerations woman need to be aware. Physiotherapist Joanne Brown talks about what is ok and whats not recommended for pregnant mamas to be...
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