Petra is a registered McTimony Chiropractor and has been a massage therapist for over 20 years. Her McTimoney and massage treatments cover a range of issues in the world of menstruation pregnancy & birth. She holds a Batchelor of Science degree in Health Sciences and Complementary Therapies and is a qualified and registered McTimony Chiropractor www.mctimoney-chiropractic.org
In her pregnant clients she has had great success in treating Pubic Dysfunction Syndrome, often bought about by the softening and repositioning of the skeletal system and more general structural misalignment issues.
Postnatally her treatments help the body to recover from pregnancy and birth and plays a supporting role in the life of a new mother and she has had success with:
BIRTH TRAUMA IN BABY
REPOSITIONING post birth
She is also an experienced codependency and relationship mentor
Her holistic approach considers the mental and emotional elements of disharmony in the body as well as the physical ones. Treatments are adapted to suit each person as an individual.
Petra works primarily in two London based clinics and a thriving private practice in North London,she can travel for home visits for massage mctimony treatments and consulting. she can also work over the phone and skype.He also travels to europe working with world wide retreat companies and has been on the Mamaheaven team form the start.
The retreat was the break I needed whilst being close to my baby. The highlight for me was the supportive company of females and mothers. It helped me lose fear of leaving my baby in a creche and appreciate the joy of being with my baby when I am refreshed rather than strained. The yoga classes were tailored with an understanding of what mothers need. The food was delicious (I am not vegetarian but loved it).
Totally worth the money.
— Sara, London
Tags:Birth trauma, Chiropractor, codependency mentor, epositioning of the skeletal system, Masseuse, McTimony Chiropractor, Post natal, Post-natal exercise, Pubic Dysfunction, relationship mentor, relationships, Vulvadynia
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