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I've been on the postnatal course recently and we covered the topic of the aligned postnatal sitting position today and while I was reviewing it today, it occurred to me that it sounds like we, in our role as Birthlight teachers, don't promote the biological nurturing or laid-back breastfeeding approach to feeding. What is the Birthlight standpoint on laid-back breastfeeding? Is it seen as not as good for realignment postnatally? Or is it seen as equally good because it encourages relaxation of the mother's body? Thanks!
Hello Birthlight yogis,
We are looking for a Birthlight Baby Yoga teacher to take over a weekly block of classes on Wednesday mornings for a nursery chain in Croydon. The blocks are between 1 hour and 1.5hrs each week.
The children are grouped into under 2 yrs, 2-3yrs and pre-schoolers.
Term time only.
Start date: Wednesday 7 September.
Pay rate: £25 per hour
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in the post.
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I would like to use more meditations / visualisations in my classes. I was wondering if anyone had any recommendations for some good books?
Hello all you lovely Birthlight teachers hope you’re having a wonderful year and enjoying your teaching.
I saw something the other day that made me think about a topic for discussion, something that has been bothering me for years but that I have been too timid to address for fear of offending or being controversial.