Spiritual birthing guide & homeopathy for pregnancy

27th February 2010

“An Afternoon Of Nurture, Health And
Healing For Mums To Be”

Create your own Birthing Rescue Remedy and
learn how to connect to your Birthing Guide.

With Sophia Please and Homeopath Grazia Gatti

Afternoon of Saturday 27th February

Welcoming all mums to be, come and receive some mind, body and soul healing in a warm and nourishing atmosphere, an afternoon for you to relax, create sacred self connection and have time to be! Learn how natural homeopathic remedies and healing techniques can provide holistic health and support to you during pregnancy and labour, including an opportunity to connect to your own supportive birthing guide. Explore how to connect with your intuitive natural self, whilst moving through the cycles of pregnancy and birth. Within the afternoon we will each be creating a unique healing birth remedy, which will be individual to you and organically attuned to to your body, soul and baby.

About Sophia: Through her healing practice Sophia has holistically midwifed many mums to be with their pregnancy through to healthy births. Empowering and supporting the mother and child with sense of heart and compassion, is her key focus. As well as supporting the mother, she has a sacred ability to connect and communicate with babies before being born, helping grow integral links and supporting bond between mother and child.

Full workshop details coming soon.
If you’re interested in this afternoon or you’d like to know more, please contact Sophia

t: 07751 829101 e:info@sophiaplease.co.uk

Museum of Childhood

The V & A Museum of Childhood is a superb place to go with babies and children of all ages. If you are a new mum with a baby is great to meet up with other new mums for coffee, great choc brownies and fairly priced food.

There is a sensory play area for babies that are sitting/crawling and toddlers, you can sit in there with a tiny baby too.
For the older and walking kids there is a sand pit, Lego table, dressing up, punch and judy to do yourself, a games area with board games, also rocking horses yeeehaa! An electric train thats 20p per train (but never seems to work), Magnetic play, a massive robot with a turning cog!

For the under 3’s there is a little play area upstairs to the left side as you walk in, its a great place to send Dads to when its their day to do the child care. It takes you back to your own childhood with starwars toys, cindy dolls, matchbox cars and much much more…

Superb shop with a splendid book selection.

AND ITS ALL FREE! Open weekdays and weekends until 5.45pm

Click HERE to visit there site

V&A Museum of Childhood
Cambridge Heath Road
London E2 9PA

Tel: +44 (0)20 8983 5200
Email: moc@vam.ac.uk

Open 10.00-17.45 Monday-Sunday (last admission 17.30), 10.00-21.00 on the first Thursday of every month
Closed 24, 25 and 26 December and 1 January every year
FREE admission, buses no.8 (bethnal green rd) Bethnal green tube