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January 2014


 "It is not the man who has too little, but the man who craves more, who is poor."
The President of Uruguay, Jose Mujica.

I just quickly wanted to add this quote today as it resonated with me and it goes nicely with a TED talk that I watched last night. Link below:

Adam Baker - Sell your crap. Pay your debt. Do what you love.

More Wise Words from Suzanne Yates

My passion for massage is great, I love to give treatments and I love to receive them. I also find myself leaning much towards the pregnancy aspect of what I do. Along with Aromatherapy these two modalities interest me the most.

In October I gave birth to my second child. Unlike my first pregnancy circumstances did not allow me to have multiple massages throughout and it is something that I feel my body is now suffering from. I wondered whether it would affect the birth process but so much is involved in that that I was fortunate enough to have another great, natural delivery. My mind remained in the right place, the support was perfect, it happened quickly and my body had done it before. Post natally it's a whole different thing and 13 weeks along my body is screaming out to relax.

The blog available to view on the website listed above is well worth reading.This blog belongs to Suzanne Yates from Well Mother. It highlights the importance of touch during pregnancy and after birth (for babies) explaining the development of our senses as conscious beings and why connection is just so important to us.

***I also love the artwork included in this blog, by Joanna Lloyd. Her business is 'mumabuba' in Sydney***

What Suzanne has written is for mum's to be, mum's that are, partners and anyone else that cares about someone who is on the journey of motherhood, whether it be their first or their fifth time. Take the time to find a therapist trained in the Well Mother way and enjoy a massage that is given with love, care and knowledge.

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