Perhaps the last frontier of modern childbirth education. How would you feel about birth, moving your child through your body – through your precious vagina, if you knew how potent an influence your breath can be in changing the size and shape of your birth canal?
The reason I love working musically with families at MAMA is because of the power music has to support bonds within families and the community. I want to empower parents to better understand how to use music to support their child’s development and relationships. Musical interactions support both you and your child, and it’s accessible […]
Once established, breastfeeding is usually easy for most mothers and babies and a very enjoyable experience. However, in the first few days you both need to learn what to do. We don’t live in a village with other experienced mothers to guide us. You will need to practice and, if necessary, to get help and […]
Written by Kay Southcombe, Registered Homeopath Practitioner Over the years that I’ve been in practice, I’ve always enjoyed helping parents learn how to use homeopathic remedies to treat their children for some of the common complaints that occur throughout childhood. By understanding the basic principles of homeopathy and having a range of remedies on hand, […]
Our little baby Arnhem Indigo is sixteen days old today, and I wanted to spend a few minutes writing down my thoughts to express our deep gratitude for MAMA, in particular our incredibly kind and knowledgeable midwife Rachel who I got to know from 20 weeks pregnant. I fell pregnant with Arnhem in Darwin, where […]
Working as a paediatric emergency nurse you have the absolute privilege of sharing and learning from the experiences of countless kids and their families. This tends to make you a cautious parent in some situations, and throw caution to the wind in others. At Save a Kid we share information, so parents can make informed […]