Hi I am Louise and I am the founder of
I am a certified Blossom and Berry Baby Massage and Baby Yoga Teacher and am a qualified Hypnobirthing Instructor with The Calm Birth School. My background is in education and I have been a teacher for nearly twenty years.
I am a proud mummy to four beautiful boys, Luca, Mylo, Hugo and Theo and they are the inspiration for my transition into Parent and Baby wellbeing. The day I became a mummy it changed my life for the better. I believe that parenthood is the most challenging, yet most amazing experience and although I have experienced many ups and downs, highs and lows, I believe a heart full of love has been my greatest asset.
Having a baby is one of the most exciting times in your life and my aim is to capture this and allow you to experience the joy it brings through great preparation and education. I want to empower you to have the greatest birth and offer you and your baby the best start to the beginning of this new adventure. Parenthood isn’t easy but I have been very lucky to have benefitted from antenatal and postnatal support along the way and it has often been that listening ear that has got me through the tough times. It has also been the friendships I have formed that have made the struggles more bearable and the laughs more frequent; still today these women are among my best friends.
“The days are long, but the years are short” is one of my favourite quotes and my inspiration for making sure parents are able to experience those precious first months with their baby and build a secure and strong attachment.
As a mother to four, you name it, I have experienced it, from reflux, colic, tongue-tie to a premature baby and with this in mind I wanted to create a non-judgmental space, where parent’s wellbeing is as fundamental as their babies. I want expecting and new parents to feel held and supported and come away feeling inspired to be their baby’s greatest inspiration.
I believe in accepting the imperfect moments of parenthood, because really,
‘Love is everything that matters'.