This one-day education event seeks to bring out the best in conventional and holistic approaches to pregnancy and birth. It will bring together experts from a range of disciplines to help guide us through the most recent innovations and some of the most ancient wisdom that we have on the topic.

Do you support women through pregnancy and/or birth? 

If so, this event is for you!

Given that birth is such an everyday event, it’s remarkable that there is still so much mystery around it and so many ways that our hopes and expectations may not be fulfilled.

This one-day education event seeks to bring out the best in conventional and holistic approaches to pregnancy and birth. It will bring together experts from a range of disciplines to help guide us through the most recent innovations and some of the most ancient wisdom that we have on the topic.

Talking About…

  • Cutting edge obstetrics
  • How psychological approaches can help with birth trauma
  • The role of arts, particularly music, in healthcare for soon to be / new mums
  • Yoga before and after birth
    And much more…!

Speaker Line Up

  • Dr. Marie O’Sullivan – Consultant Obstetrician
  • Julie Becker – TCM Practitioner/Doula United Hospitals, Minnesota, USA
  • Prof. Rosie Perkins – Professor of Music, Health, and Social Science at the Royal College of Music
  • Tortie Rye – Doula, Bristol Birth Support
  • Mary Flynn – Midwife and Pregnancy Yoga Expert
  • Dr. Karen Egerton – Clinical Psychologist
  • Dr Sally Moorcroft – Functional Doctor & Integrative Medicine Specialist
  • Dr. Elizabeth Thompson, CEO & Holistic Doctor, National Centre for Integrative Medicine

Other Highlights

  • We’ll be joined by two women to give their ‘patient’ perspectives of integrative healthcare through pregnancy and/or birth
  • Participants will be invited to share their own top tips, professional or personal experiences with the rest of the group
  • You’ll enjoy the most uplifting and grounding experiential session with Tallulah Rendall – Singer, songwriter and sound therapist

Why You Should Attend

  • You’ll learn about the opportunities a more integrative approach can offer both mums to be and the practitioners supporting them
  • You’ll be inspired by, and learn from, individuals supporting pregnancy and birth with innovative approaches to health and wellbeing
  • You’ll join in the discussion about what else is possible in the way we approach healthcare during pregnancy and birth
  • You’ll gain 5 hours of CPD (full day attendance)

Who Should Attend

Healthcare Professionals, CAM practitioners, Researchers and Students who want clinical and evidence-based updates within a broad vision of healthcare. Members of the public with an interest in Integrative Healthcare are also welcome.

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