I am often asked by clients to recommend practitioners to provide support in other therapies, or for conditions that are outside my scope of practice.

My advice is always that finding someone who is the right fit for you is a very personal choice and needs to be considered and researched by you. But I’m very happy to be able to share the work of of practitioners I’ve had the pleasure of collaborating with, whose work I respect and/or whose services I have experienced myself.

 

Anthonissa moger, hypnobirthing

A qualified midwife and hypnobirthing teacher, Anthonissa has taught 700 couples, empowering them to enjoy more positive birth experiences. Anthonissa is also a qualified pregnancy yoga teacher and kundalini yoga teacher. She brings together the best from modern science, midwifery and holistic practices throughout her classes. Anthonissa runs group and private hypnobirthing courses across London.

www.thehypnobirthingmidwife.co

 

NIAMH BURN, physiotherapy for pregnancy & post-natal

A women's health physio dedicated to mums and mums-to-be based in Crouch End and Hackney. A mum of 3 herself and well aware of the physical demands associated with pregnancy and post-natal early days. She is passionate about helping mums achieve a comfortable pregnancy and straightforward post-natal period. 

www.maternityphysio.co.uk

 

Tara Rivero Zea, Acupuncture, Massage, and Placenta Encapsulation

Tara is an acupuncturist who specialises in women's health, mainly working with fertility patients, pregnant women, and children. Tara works closely with women who are trying to conceive, either naturally, following a loss, or as a support to assisted reproduction techniques such as IVF. She offers many different types of massage and often uses these in combination with acupuncture. 

www.acupunctureatyourdoor.co.uk

 

Clio Turton, osteopath and holistic pelvic care

Clio is an osteopath and Holistic Pelvic Care practitioner with a particular interest in women’s health and treating women around pregnancy and birth. She graduated with distinction from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine in London. Clio has a background in contemporary dance, capoeira, and yoga, all of which she draws on to tailor any movement advice.

www.clioturton.com