Good Birth Getaway|
By Laura Lee Davies on 17/05/2006 in Your pregnancy
If you've got a bit of cash to splash, why not do some ante-natal classes in style with www.goodbirthgetaway.co.uk!
, check out the Good Birth Getaway website for luxury romantic weekend breaks which incorporate ante-natal classes from experts, and tailor-made spa treatments.It's such a simple idea it's amazing no-one has thought of them before, though they're not cheap
Spas for Mums-to-Be|
By Debra Stottor on 22/08/2008 in Pregnancy & you
Your guide to great places for that pre-baby spa experience - especially designed for pregnancy
pregnancy massage treatments that are available. Most last an hour or so (though if you’re after serious pampering, you could enjoy a tailor-made spa day, or even an overnight stay at a swanky hotel). It’s best to try treatments specifically designed
Heat control: Avoiding saunas and hot tubs |
By ThinkBaby on 21/04/2009 in Pregnancy health & safety
Why hot tubs, saunas and hot baths should all be avoided during pregnancy
When you're suffering from pregnancy aches, pains and tiredness, the idea of relaxing in a sauna, hot-tub or steam bath might seem appealing, but there are good reasons why you should give these spa treatment staples a miss when pregnant
When to travel in pregnancy?|
By Sarah Lawson on 01/08/2010 in Pregnancy & travel
When is safe to travel, fly, drive and get in a bit of couple time before the birth?
break nearer home? Check out the luxury hotels in your region. Many have spa treatments and if you say you are pregnant when you book, good ones will make sure they have someone booked in to their salon when you're there, who knows how to practice safe
Being a chilled-out Mama-to-be|
By Maria Muennich on 02/07/2008 in Pregnancy & you
There are lots of sensible ways to stay cool and refreshed in the heat and plenty of fun ways that double up as a bit of mama-indulgence too, so dive in
excuse is there for booking yourself a pedicure? We're not talking about just a slap of polish on the nails here, but a full spa treatment where feet and toes are treated to old skin being sloughed off, massage, tidying, trimming and finally a little
Relax! 10 ways to de-stress when you're pregnant|
By Maria Muennich on 05/06/2008 in Pregnancy & you
Physical challenges, pregnancy discomforts and inevitable life-changes can all make for stress when you're pregnant, here's ideas for relaxing and avoiding the stress in the first place
prized sensation of weightlessness. 7. Spa therapy - Going for spa treatments works on several levels to relax and de-stress you. First and foremost the treatments are specifically designed to ease both body and mind using water, massage, aromatherapy
By steffycastello on 28/01/2009 in forum
Stretchmarks: Pls help...
had the mother-to-be treatment at the spa - but none of it worked!! I have also heard that genetics play a huge role and my mom had stretchmarks, so I sort of resigned myself to the fact that I would get them eventually!! I would also say
10 ways to have a safe festive pregnancy|
By Celia Morgan on 02/12/2012 in Pregnancy health & safety
Know your dos and don'ts - here's how to enjoy the festivities with a bump
family or friends take the phone number of the maternity ward and your pregnancy notes with you. If a problem arises or the baby puts in an early appearance, you’ll feel less stressed knowing you have all you need with you.4 Gentle with the treatments
A-Z of TTC abbreviations (A-Z)|
By Clio FitzHerbert on 10/05/2010 in forum
SLE Systemic Lupus ErythematosusSPA Sperm Penetration AssaySTI Sexually Transmitted IllnessSUZI Sub-zonal InsertionT1 Type I Diabetic -- Juvenile DiabeteT2 Type II Diabetic -- Insulin Resistant, Adult OnsetT4 ThyroxineTEBG Testosterone-Estradiol Binding
September 08 mummies|
By Gem P on 25/11/2009 in forum
All mums and babies from September 2008 welcome!
Right, think I have managed to start a new baby thread for us, just need you all to come and join in! Tadaa! Here I am!Ashton & Parsons powders... available from boots online, I ordered ours as I'm not sure if they stock them... may be worth calling your local store or going in ...