Are you preparing for the arrival of your baby and want to set yourself up for an easeful postpartum but not quite sure what this exactly entails and how it might look for you? Or perhaps you have emerged from the early (days, months, years) of postpartum and need some support and guidance so your daily rhythms can flow with more ease?
The time after birth is a time of profound change along with the need for rest, nourishment and care. While there is a lot of focus is on the pregnancy and birth; what happens when you get home and settle into your new life is often an afterthought. Imagine having some insight into how to set yourself (and your home) up to reduce the noise and overwhelm – to allow you really drop into the space you need to not only rest and recover – but flourish?
I am passionate about sharing my experience, knowledge (and special interests!) through a range of offerings to help you feel more at ease and less overwhelmed. This includes personalised, comprehensive postpartum planning, hands-on organisation of spaces in preparation for baby and help creating systems for domestic tasks that allow you to live in a healthy, functional home that meets your daily needs.
Wherever you are at – my intention is to meet you at your point of need; helping you create the space to lean into Motherhood feeling supported, confident and anchored. My goal is to ease both the mental and domestic load so you can focus on what really matters – the important role of Mothering.
“Justine made us feel comfortable straight away. She is gentle, caring, passionate about infant care (and the motherhood journey) and wise. Her experience and knowledge combine to deliver a holistic, nurturing, strategic approach to the postpartum period – from helping us navigate bottles and the crazy number of different teats on the market, making lactation cookies and tea, helping us plan ahead and keep our baby safe – she was our saviour. Looking back, the small, smart changes she made to our set up, would have taken us months to work out! Justine started with us when Harry was five weeks old – the only thing I’d change would be engaging her sooner!” Kate