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Optimising your Body for Pregnancy and Childbirth




Pregnancy is amazing personal journey for a woman but hormonal and postural changes can sometimes be challenging for women. Join our Osteopath Aude Lauriot Prevost for a talk on how to maintain a healthy spine and create space in the body for your growing baby.

This free educational talk will cover the following:

  • Postural changes and adaptations
  • Advice on back, neck, rib and pelvic pain in pregnancy
  • Advice on common ailments in pregnancy

Aude will also discuss how osteopathy can help new babies with feeding and sleeping issues.


Optimising Your Body for Pregnancy and Childbirth
Date: Saturday 22 September
Time: 12:30 – 1:15pm
Speaker: Aude Lauriot Prevost
Book online


This talk is free. However, due to limited space, booking is essential. You can book your place online or by calling 0208 789 3881.


Aude Lauriot-Prevost is a Registered and Paediatric osteopath at The Putney Clinic of Physical Therapy. She specialises in Cranial Osteopathy, especially for infants. Aude trained at the British School of Osteopathy. Her approach to treatment is through a thorough understanding of the nature of the patient’s problem. This allows her to give the body the best chance at improving its function, thus reducing the likelihood of re-occurrence. She tailors her treatments to each individual patient and finds it essential to give patients control over their problem.

Read Aude’s full bio here >>


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