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Dear Therapist / Midwife/ Childbirth Educator or anyone who is interested in
supporting women during their pregnancies and births,

I would like to invite you to an exciting seminar to celebrate the
publication of Suzanne Yates’ new book, “Pregnancy and Childbirth: an
holistic approach to massage and bodywork”.

If you know anyone else who may be interested, this is an open event, so
please pass on our details. Also feel free to post details on any networking
sites you may be a member of.

There are a limited number of free spaces available for midwifery managers
and practice development midwives. If you would like us to invite your local
manager please contact us for further information – 0117 963 2306 email:
suzanne@wellmother.org.

The seminar will be looking at the integration of massage and bodywork into
maternity care.

Date: Thursday March 4th

Time: 1.30pm-5.30pm

Location: Wimpole Room, Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street
London, W1G 0AE

Cost: £25

Set in the heart of London’s vibrant West End within easy access of the
capital’s major transport links (http://www.rsm.ac.uk/).

Full programme and speakers details are outlined below. If you have any
queries, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

To book a place at the seminar please go to www.wellmother.org. We will be
taking bookings from Thursday 28th Jan.

We look forward to seeing you at this event!

Best wishes,

Rebecca Matthews

Event’s Organiser
Well Mother
24 Dunkerry Rd, Windmill Hill, Bristol BS3 4LB
Tel: 0117 963 2306 Web: www.wellmother.org

__________________

SEMINAR PROGRAMME

Topics for Discussion

* What are the benefits of massage, shiatsu and yoga during pregnancy
and birth?
* Who currently most benefits from them?
* How are they currently being used on the NHS or through Sure Start?
* What possibilities may they be for their future integration into
Maternity care?

Times

1.30-1.45pm Arrival & Greeting

1.45-3.15pm Speaker Presentations

3.15-3.45pm Refreshments and Networking

3.45-4.30pm Panel Discussion and Questions

4.30-5.30pm Book Signing and Networking

Speakers and topics

The Trainer: What is the future of massage and bodywork as part of standard
maternity care? What issues does it raise for the training of bodyworkers
and how they work alongside primary care providers.

Suzanne Yates: Director of Well Mother, Author of Pregnancy and Childbirth:
an holistic approach to massage and bodywork, Beautiful Birth, and Shiatsu
for Midwives.

The Childbirth Educator: How massage and antenatal education can reach women
who would not normally benefit from it; Catherine Tugnait will describe her
work with women in the NHS and Sure Start Out-Reach Centres.

Catherine Tugnait: Well Mother trained Massage and Pregnancy therapist, NCT
teacher, reflexologist, chair of her local MSLC (Maternity Services Liaison
Committee, NHS) and case study contributor to “Pregnancy and Childbirth”.

The Midwife: How massage and shiatsu can be offered in an antenatal care
setting by midwives trained in massage and its benefits. Karen Eichhorn will
describe her work in the private hospital of St John’s and St Elizabeth’s,
London

Karen Eichhorn: Well mother trained in Shiatsu Skills for Midwives, Karen
works as a midwife and massage therapist at St John’s and St Elizabeth’s.

The Yoga Yeacher: What is the role of yoga in antenatal education and how it
is currently used within NHS and private settings. Francoise Freedman will
describe the work of BirthLight.

Francoise Freedman, yoga teacher/trainer and childbirth educator, author and
founder of Birthlight, author.

The Obstetrician: What are some of the issues around complementary
therapists working alongside primary care providers.

To be confirmed

The Book

This new book provides an important landmark in the raising of standards for
maternity bodyworkers and is written to provide a tool which can enable them
to work more effectively and take their role as part of the maternity care
provider team. You will be able to pick up a signed copy of the book at the
seminar at the reduced price of £23 (R.R.P £29.99).

More information on the book is available ;
http://www.wellmother.org/books/pregnancy-childbirth-holistic-book.html

From the foreword:

Readers will benefit from an impressive compilation of Suzanne’s twenty
years of study and experience, plus additional contributions from maternity
care specialists around the world. Suzanne brilliantly combines Eastern and
Western theories and techniques in one book that offers maternity care
specialists an unsurpassed spectrum of treatment options to meet each
woman’s unique needs throughout her pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum
time…Thank you Suzanne for elevating maternity massage and bodywork to a
higher level. It brings us great joy to think of all the maternity care
providers, the women and babies around the world who will benefit from the
caring, skilled touch so beautifully shared in this exquisite book!

Michele Kolakowski & Penny Bussell Stansfield, US maternity massage
therapists

Background

Massage could be considered in some ways the first form of antenatal care.
Traditional midwives would massage women during their pregnancies, births
and in the postnatal period. Now, modern care has become very technological,
bringing some benefits and adaptations to the modern world, but midwives
often lack time for the touch based, one to one time which is extremely
valuable for pregnant women and their families. Massage and bodywork can
help fill in this gap: but it is vital that bodyworkers have adequate
training and are competent to work alongside the women’s primary caregiver
(midwife, obstetrician). The book and the seminar aim to address some of
these issues.

The Author

Suzanne Yates is a respected maternity bodywork specialist and is highly
regarded amongst both orthodox and complementary practitioners. She is
trained in antenatal and postpartum exercise, shiatsu and therapeutic
massage, and works with private clients and health professionals, teaching
in the UK and internationally. She has written extensively on massage
techniques for birth.

Suzanne is available for interview. Please email us atwww.wellmother.org or
tel: 0117 963 2306 to make an appointment.

[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

Dear Therapist / Midwife/ Childbirth Educator or anyone who is interested in
supporting women during their pregnancies and births,

I would like to invite you to an exciting seminar to celebrate the
publication of Suzanne Yates’ new book, “Pregnancy and Childbirth: an
holistic approach to massage and bodywork”.

If you know anyone else who may be interested, this is an open event, so
please pass on our details. Also feel free to post details on any networking
sites you may be a member of.

There are a limited number of free spaces available for midwifery managers
and practice development midwives. If you would like us to invite your local
manager please contact us for further information – 0117 963 2306 email:
suzanne@wellmother.org.

The seminar will be looking at the integration of massage and bodywork into
maternity care.

Date: Thursday March 4th

Time: 1.30pm-5.30pm

Location: Wimpole Room, Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street
London, W1G 0AE

Cost: £25

Set in the heart of London’s vibrant West End within easy access of the
capital’s major transport links (http://www.rsm.ac.uk/).

Full programme and speakers details are outlined below. If you have any
queries, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

To book a place at the seminar please go to www.wellmother.org. We will be
taking bookings from Thursday 28th Jan.

We look forward to seeing you at this event!

Best wishes,

Rebecca Matthews

Event’s Organiser
Well Mother
24 Dunkerry Rd, Windmill Hill, Bristol BS3 4LB
Tel: 0117 963 2306 Web: www.wellmother.org

__________________

SEMINAR PROGRAMME

Topics for Discussion

* What are the benefits of massage, shiatsu and yoga during pregnancy
and birth?
* Who currently most benefits from them?
* How are they currently being used on the NHS or through Sure Start?
* What possibilities may they be for their future integration into
Maternity care?

Times

1.30-1.45pm Arrival & Greeting

1.45-3.15pm Speaker Presentations

3.15-3.45pm Refreshments and Networking

3.45-4.30pm Panel Discussion and Questions

4.30-5.30pm Book Signing and Networking

Speakers and topics

The Trainer: What is the future of massage and bodywork as part of standard
maternity care? What issues does it raise for the training of bodyworkers
and how they work alongside primary care providers.

Suzanne Yates: Director of Well Mother, Author of Pregnancy and Childbirth:
an holistic approach to massage and bodywork, Beautiful Birth, and Shiatsu
for Midwives.

The Childbirth Educator: How massage and antenatal education can reach women
who would not normally benefit from it; Catherine Tugnait will describe her
work with women in the NHS and Sure Start Out-Reach Centres.

Catherine Tugnait: Well Mother trained Massage and Pregnancy therapist, NCT
teacher, reflexologist, chair of her local MSLC (Maternity Services Liaison
Committee, NHS) and case study contributor to “Pregnancy and Childbirth”.

The Midwife: How massage and shiatsu can be offered in an antenatal care
setting by midwives trained in massage and its benefits. Karen Eichhorn will
describe her work in the private hospital of St John’s and St Elizabeth’s,
London

Karen Eichhorn: Well mother trained in Shiatsu Skills for Midwives, Karen
works as a midwife and massage therapist at St John’s and St Elizabeth’s.

The Yoga Yeacher: What is the role of yoga in antenatal education and how it
is currently used within NHS and private settings. Francoise Freedman will
describe the work of BirthLight.

Francoise Freedman, yoga teacher/trainer and childbirth educator, author and
founder of Birthlight, author.

The Obstetrician: What are some of the issues around complementary
therapists working alongside primary care providers.

To be confirmed

The Book

This new book provides an important landmark in the raising of standards for
maternity bodyworkers and is written to provide a tool which can enable them
to work more effectively and take their role as part of the maternity care
provider team. You will be able to pick up a signed copy of the book at the
seminar at the reduced price of £23 (R.R.P £29.99).

More information on the book is available ;
http://www.wellmother.org/books/pregnancy-childbirth-holistic-book.html

From the foreword:

Readers will benefit from an impressive compilation of Suzanne’s twenty
years of study and experience, plus additional contributions from maternity
care specialists around the world. Suzanne brilliantly combines Eastern and
Western theories and techniques in one book that offers maternity care
specialists an unsurpassed spectrum of treatment options to meet each
woman’s unique needs throughout her pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum
time…Thank you Suzanne for elevating maternity massage and bodywork to a
higher level. It brings us great joy to think of all the maternity care
providers, the women and babies around the world who will benefit from the
caring, skilled touch so beautifully shared in this exquisite book!

Michele Kolakowski & Penny Bussell Stansfield, US maternity massage
therapists

Background

Massage could be considered in some ways the first form of antenatal care.
Traditional midwives would massage women during their pregnancies, births
and in the postnatal period. Now, modern care has become very technological,
bringing some benefits and adaptations to the modern world, but midwives
often lack time for the touch based, one to one time which is extremely
valuable for pregnant women and their families. Massage and bodywork can
help fill in this gap: but it is vital that bodyworkers have adequate
training and are competent to work alongside the women’s primary caregiver
(midwife, obstetrician). The book and the seminar aim to address some of
these issues.

The Author

Suzanne Yates is a respected maternity bodywork specialist and is highly
regarded amongst both orthodox and complementary practitioners. She is
trained in antenatal and postpartum exercise, shiatsu and therapeutic
massage, and works with private clients and health professionals, teaching
in the UK and internationally. She has written extensively on massage
techniques for birth.

Suzanne is available for interview. Please email us atwww.wellmother.org or
tel: 0117 963 2306 to make an appointment.

[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

Dear Therapist / Midwife/ Childbirth Educator or anyone who is interested in
supporting women during their pregnancies and births,

I would like to invite you to an exciting seminar to celebrate the
publication of Suzanne Yates’ new book, “Pregnancy and Childbirth: an
holistic approach to massage and bodywork”.

If you know anyone else who may be interested, this is an open event, so
please pass on our details. Also feel free to post details on any networking
sites you may be a member of.

There are a limited number of free spaces available for midwifery managers
and practice development midwives. If you would like us to invite your local
manager please contact us for further information – 0117 963 2306 email:
suzanne@wellmother.org.

The seminar will be looking at the integration of massage and bodywork into
maternity care.

Date: Thursday March 4th

Time: 1.30pm-5.30pm

Location: Wimpole Room, Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street
London, W1G 0AE

Cost: £25

Set in the heart of London’s vibrant West End within easy access of the
capital’s major transport links (http://www.rsm.ac.uk/).

Full programme and speakers details are outlined below. If you have any
queries, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

To book a place at the seminar please go to www.wellmother.org. We will be
taking bookings from Thursday 28th Jan.

We look forward to seeing you at this event!

Best wishes,

Rebecca Matthews

Event’s Organiser
Well Mother
24 Dunkerry Rd, Windmill Hill, Bristol BS3 4LB
Tel: 0117 963 2306 Web: www.wellmother.org

__________________

SEMINAR PROGRAMME

Topics for Discussion

* What are the benefits of massage, shiatsu and yoga during pregnancy
and birth?
* Who currently most benefits from them?
* How are they currently being used on the NHS or through Sure Start?
* What possibilities may they be for their future integration into
Maternity care?

Times

1.30-1.45pm Arrival & Greeting

1.45-3.15pm Speaker Presentations

3.15-3.45pm Refreshments and Networking

3.45-4.30pm Panel Discussion and Questions

4.30-5.30pm Book Signing and Networking

Speakers and topics

The Trainer: What is the future of massage and bodywork as part of standard
maternity care? What issues does it raise for the training of bodyworkers
and how they work alongside primary care providers.

Suzanne Yates: Director of Well Mother, Author of Pregnancy and Childbirth:
an holistic approach to massage and bodywork, Beautiful Birth, and Shiatsu
for Midwives.

The Childbirth Educator: How massage and antenatal education can reach women
who would not normally benefit from it; Catherine Tugnait will describe her
work with women in the NHS and Sure Start Out-Reach Centres.

Catherine Tugnait: Well Mother trained Massage and Pregnancy therapist, NCT
teacher, reflexologist, chair of her local MSLC (Maternity Services Liaison
Committee, NHS) and case study contributor to “Pregnancy and Childbirth”.

The Midwife: How massage and shiatsu can be offered in an antenatal care
setting by midwives trained in massage and its benefits. Karen Eichhorn will
describe her work in the private hospital of St John’s and St Elizabeth’s,
London

Karen Eichhorn: Well mother trained in Shiatsu Skills for Midwives, Karen
works as a midwife and massage therapist at St John’s and St Elizabeth’s.

The Yoga Yeacher: What is the role of yoga in antenatal education and how it
is currently used within NHS and private settings. Francoise Freedman will
describe the work of BirthLight.

Francoise Freedman, yoga teacher/trainer and childbirth educator, author and
founder of Birthlight, author.

The Obstetrician: What are some of the issues around complementary
therapists working alongside primary care providers.

To be confirmed

The Book

This new book provides an important landmark in the raising of standards for
maternity bodyworkers and is written to provide a tool which can enable them
to work more effectively and take their role as part of the maternity care
provider team. You will be able to pick up a signed copy of the book at the
seminar at the reduced price of £23 (R.R.P £29.99).

More information on the book is available ;
http://www.wellmother.org/books/pregnancy-childbirth-holistic-book.html

From the foreword:

Readers will benefit from an impressive compilation of Suzanne’s twenty
years of study and experience, plus additional contributions from maternity
care specialists around the world. Suzanne brilliantly combines Eastern and
Western theories and techniques in one book that offers maternity care
specialists an unsurpassed spectrum of treatment options to meet each
woman’s unique needs throughout her pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum
time…Thank you Suzanne for elevating maternity massage and bodywork to a
higher level. It brings us great joy to think of all the maternity care
providers, the women and babies around the world who will benefit from the
caring, skilled touch so beautifully shared in this exquisite book!

Michele Kolakowski & Penny Bussell Stansfield, US maternity massage
therapists

Background

Massage could be considered in some ways the first form of antenatal care.
Traditional midwives would massage women during their pregnancies, births
and in the postnatal period. Now, modern care has become very technological,
bringing some benefits and adaptations to the modern world, but midwives
often lack time for the touch based, one to one time which is extremely
valuable for pregnant women and their families. Massage and bodywork can
help fill in this gap: but it is vital that bodyworkers have adequate
training and are competent to work alongside the women’s primary caregiver
(midwife, obstetrician). The book and the seminar aim to address some of
these issues.

The Author

Suzanne Yates is a respected maternity bodywork specialist and is highly
regarded amongst both orthodox and complementary practitioners. She is
trained in antenatal and postpartum exercise, shiatsu and therapeutic
massage, and works with private clients and health professionals, teaching
in the UK and internationally. She has written extensively on massage
techniques for birth.

Suzanne is available for interview. Please email us atwww.wellmother.org or
tel: 0117 963 2306 to make an appointment.

[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

Dear Therapist / Midwife/ Childbirth Educator or anyone who is interested in
supporting women during their pregnancies and births,

I would like to invite you to an exciting seminar to celebrate the
publication of Suzanne Yates’ new book, “Pregnancy and Childbirth: an
holistic approach to massage and bodywork”.

If you know anyone else who may be interested, this is an open event, so
please pass on our details. Also feel free to post details on any networking
sites you may be a member of.

There are a limited number of free spaces available for midwifery managers
and practice development midwives. If you would like us to invite your local
manager please contact us for further information – 0117 963 2306 email:
suzanne@wellmother.org.

The seminar will be looking at the integration of massage and bodywork into
maternity care.

Date: Thursday March 4th

Time: 1.30pm-5.30pm

Location: Wimpole Room, Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street
London, W1G 0AE

Cost: £25

Set in the heart of London’s vibrant West End within easy access of the
capital’s major transport links (http://www.rsm.ac.uk/).

Full programme and speakers details are outlined below. If you have any
queries, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

To book a place at the seminar please go to www.wellmother.org. We will be
taking bookings from Thursday 28th Jan.

We look forward to seeing you at this event!

Best wishes,

Rebecca Matthews

Event’s Organiser
Well Mother
24 Dunkerry Rd, Windmill Hill, Bristol BS3 4LB
Tel: 0117 963 2306 Web: www.wellmother.org

__________________

SEMINAR PROGRAMME

Topics for Discussion

* What are the benefits of massage, shiatsu and yoga during pregnancy
and birth?
* Who currently most benefits from them?
* How are they currently being used on the NHS or through Sure Start?
* What possibilities may they be for their future integration into
Maternity care?

Times

1.30-1.45pm Arrival & Greeting

1.45-3.15pm Speaker Presentations

3.15-3.45pm Refreshments and Networking

3.45-4.30pm Panel Discussion and Questions

4.30-5.30pm Book Signing and Networking

Speakers and topics

The Trainer: What is the future of massage and bodywork as part of standard
maternity care? What issues does it raise for the training of bodyworkers
and how they work alongside primary care providers.

Suzanne Yates: Director of Well Mother, Author of Pregnancy and Childbirth:
an holistic approach to massage and bodywork, Beautiful Birth, and Shiatsu
for Midwives.

The Childbirth Educator: How massage and antenatal education can reach women
who would not normally benefit from it; Catherine Tugnait will describe her
work with women in the NHS and Sure Start Out-Reach Centres.

Catherine Tugnait: Well Mother trained Massage and Pregnancy therapist, NCT
teacher, reflexologist, chair of her local MSLC (Maternity Services Liaison
Committee, NHS) and case study contributor to “Pregnancy and Childbirth”.

The Midwife: How massage and shiatsu can be offered in an antenatal care
setting by midwives trained in massage and its benefits. Karen Eichhorn will
describe her work in the private hospital of St John’s and St Elizabeth’s,
London

Karen Eichhorn: Well mother trained in Shiatsu Skills for Midwives, Karen
works as a midwife and massage therapist at St John’s and St Elizabeth’s.

The Yoga Yeacher: What is the role of yoga in antenatal education and how it
is currently used within NHS and private settings. Francoise Freedman will
describe the work of BirthLight.

Francoise Freedman, yoga teacher/trainer and childbirth educator, author and
founder of Birthlight, author.

The Obstetrician: What are some of the issues around complementary
therapists working alongside primary care providers.

To be confirmed

The Book

This new book provides an important landmark in the raising of standards for
maternity bodyworkers and is written to provide a tool which can enable them
to work more effectively and take their role as part of the maternity care
provider team. You will be able to pick up a signed copy of the book at the
seminar at the reduced price of £23 (R.R.P £29.99).

More information on the book is available ;
http://www.wellmother.org/books/pregnancy-childbirth-holistic-book.html

From the foreword:

Readers will benefit from an impressive compilation of Suzanne’s twenty
years of study and experience, plus additional contributions from maternity
care specialists around the world. Suzanne brilliantly combines Eastern and
Western theories and techniques in one book that offers maternity care
specialists an unsurpassed spectrum of treatment options to meet each
woman’s unique needs throughout her pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum
time…Thank you Suzanne for elevating maternity massage and bodywork to a
higher level. It brings us great joy to think of all the maternity care
providers, the women and babies around the world who will benefit from the
caring, skilled touch so beautifully shared in this exquisite book!

Michele Kolakowski & Penny Bussell Stansfield, US maternity massage
therapists

Background

Massage could be considered in some ways the first form of antenatal care.
Traditional midwives would massage women during their pregnancies, births
and in the postnatal period. Now, modern care has become very technological,
bringing some benefits and adaptations to the modern world, but midwives
often lack time for the touch based, one to one time which is extremely
valuable for pregnant women and their families. Massage and bodywork can
help fill in this gap: but it is vital that bodyworkers have adequate
training and are competent to work alongside the women’s primary caregiver
(midwife, obstetrician). The book and the seminar aim to address some of
these issues.

The Author

Suzanne Yates is a respected maternity bodywork specialist and is highly
regarded amongst both orthodox and complementary practitioners. She is
trained in antenatal and postpartum exercise, shiatsu and therapeutic
massage, and works with private clients and health professionals, teaching
in the UK and internationally. She has written extensively on massage
techniques for birth.

Suzanne is available for interview. Please email us atwww.wellmother.org or
tel: 0117 963 2306 to make an appointment.

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