Bringing a French expertise to perinatal care.

The following practices incorporate Massage therapy, CranioSacral therapy, Yoga, APOR®, APM®, HPC (™Tami Kent)

These different modalities are complementary and can be combined within a session or a series of sessions. 



During pregnancy Ease aches and pains and learn to support your changing body 

This practice can be adjusted if you are required to be on bed rest.

During pregnancy you can also learn about the early weeks postpartum and start to practice some of the techniques you can use in the very early days, even hours, postpartum. 


Early postpartum

Offering women individualized early postpartum physical care and training.

Body wrapping and bodywork, honoring the postnatal body.

The practice of pelvic and body wrapping can be applied in the immediate days following birth. 

Wrapping will help you redefine your physical and emotional boundaries as well as settle the nervous system after the intensity of labor and the early days and weeks postpartum. 

Massage, CranioSacral therapy and physical care are combined with both postural assessment and practical exercises to tone and strengthen a woman's core. 

This organic and intuitive approach combines a variety of modalities opening up a gentle and safe space for women to gain awareness, confidence and strength. 

Sessions include practical guidelines on how to incorporate these exercises into ones daily life. 

They will help you care for yourself while caring for your baby and incorporate your recovery and well-being into your daily life and routine. 

The first weeks and months postpartum (also referred to as the fourth trimester) are fundamental to a woman’s recovery from pregnancy and birth. 

It is a time when supporting the body’s natural healing is essential. 


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