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ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. East Dane Designer Men's Fashion. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. I loved the study with Sonia as we did a lot of experiential work in the countryside, living the five elements. I also loved her inclusion of meditation as part of the study. I felt I gained a wonderful foundation to keep developing my work from my years of study with Sonia.

In you founded Well Mother. The reason and initial point for that were your own experiences during your first pregnancy. What did you miss…? I saw Sonia regularly but missed specific connections with my baby, specific focus on preparing to be a mother. I did some additional studies in America with Elizabeth Noble, an obstetric physiotherapist, as I liked her approach and it helped support me with exercise in my pregnancy and prepare me for my birth.

I also felt that specific shiatsu support for my partner was missing and he and I set up specific birth preparation workshops in Bristol to address that need. You do not only give workshops in Europe but also in the States and Australia. What is it that makes your work so unique, so special? You would have to ask my students, but I think the answer is that I have focused so intensely on this subject since that I have built up a huge knowledge and experience. I teach not only shiatsu practitioners but also midwives as well and I have learnt a lot from working with midwives.

I have sometimes run courses in hospitals and then worked with my midwife students with women in early labour. I felt a different kind of energy and realised this is what it was. The energy of the Extraordinary Vessels is very present in pregnant women and I nearly always work it in most sessions with them, but gradually over the years I have understood more about the Extraordinary Vessels in non pregnant clients and men as well.

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I now teach workshops just on the 8 Extraordinary Vessels. I now find that Shiatsu is not complete without including them. The next book I am working on is largely about the Extraordinary Vessels and how they develop from the moment of conception and how they change through our whole life. I have begun a series of blog posts on this subject. What is your experience with the willingness of midwives to learn something special from the Traditional Chinese Medicine? Some midwives are very open: Often it is independent midwives or those who work in birth centres or who attend home births, but not always.

Sometimes hospital midwives come. I started my work with British midwives who are quite open: However in Belgium there is more interest now. I spoke at the Belgium midwives conference in and am speaking and presenting some practical workshops at the Flanders conference in May. One of my teachers has been continuing the workshops I began there in I have taught in France and now two of my teachers are teaching there. They often support the midwives to study.

Nowadays freelance midwives in Germany are faced with high sums they have to pay for their insurance. The amount is so high that they hardly have enough money for their living. My first experience with Chinese medicine was while I was still a student. I got a kidney infection while in my final year and, rather than going down the western medical route, decided to try herbs and then acupuncture.

After a while of acupuncture, I decided to visit the shiatsu practitioner who was working in the same clinic. I then started receiving shiatsu and began doing beginners evening classes. Initially I just loved studying about Chinese medicine, doing the exercises and meditations and receiving as well as giving shiatsu. I did it more as personal development.

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Each year I loved it so much I carried on studying. I first studied a year with Keith Phillips in Bristol but he was only running evening classes so I then began to study with Sonia Moriceau. When I finished the 3 year training I thought I might as well carry on and become a practitioner but I carried on studying with Sonia, doing postgraduate courses and eventually assisting her. I loved the study with Sonia as we did a lot of experiential work in the countryside, living the five elements.

I also loved her inclusion of meditation as part of the study.

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I felt I gained a wonderful foundation to keep developing my work from my years of study with Sonia. In you founded Well Mother. The reason and initial point for that were your own experiences during your first pregnancy. What did you miss…?

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I saw Sonia regularly but missed specific connections with my baby, specific focus on preparing to be a mother. I did some additional studies in America with Elizabeth Noble, an obstetric physiotherapist, as I liked her approach and it helped support me with exercise in my pregnancy and prepare me for my birth. I also felt that specific shiatsu support for my partner was missing and he and I set up specific birth preparation workshops in Bristol to address that need.

You do not only give workshops in Europe but also in the States and Australia.

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What is it that makes your work so unique, so special? You would have to ask my students, but I think the answer is that I have focused so intensely on this subject since that I have built up a huge knowledge and experience. I teach not only shiatsu practitioners but also midwives as well and I have learnt a lot from working with midwives. I have sometimes run courses in hospitals and then worked with my midwife students with women in early labour.

I felt a different kind of energy and realised this is what it was. The energy of the Extraordinary Vessels is very present in pregnant women and I nearly always work it in most sessions with them, but gradually over the years I have understood more about the Extraordinary Vessels in non pregnant clients and men as well. I now teach workshops just on the 8 Extraordinary Vessels. I now find that Shiatsu is not complete without including them. The next book I am working on is largely about the Extraordinary Vessels and how they develop from the moment of conception and how they change through our whole life.

I have begun a series of blog posts on this subject. What is your experience with the willingness of midwives to learn something special from the Traditional Chinese Medicine? Some midwives are very open: Often it is independent midwives or those who work in birth centres or who attend home births, but not always.