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Welcome to your new beginning. Amy Raphael checks into a ‘menopause retreat’ – the latest trend in rejuvenation holidays
1 week, 2 days ago 0
Posted in: Featured, Press, Retreats

We sit outside overlooking the sea. Twelve women in our 40s and 50s, discussing our journeys to the East Sussex coast. We’ve travelled from across the country and have one thing in common: we are all peri-menopausal and have come to the three-day Menoheaven retreat at Florence House at Seaford. It is run by Tania Smith (nutritionist Amelia Freer’s PA) and Paula Gallardo (a yoga teacher and doula who also co-runs the Refugee Community Kitchen in Calais), and their vision [...]

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Welcome
6 years, 2 months ago 0
Posted in: Blog, Featured, Video

Mamaheaven offers unique, specially tailored retreats for mothers and babies under 18 months old. Our retreats emphasize a mother’s bliss – a chance to re-awaken your body, calm your fears and put your feet up; a heaven-sent time to de-stress and restore yourself after the momentous experiences surrounding childbirth and parenting. As well as being deeply rewarding, motherhood is incredibly challenging – Mamaheaven gives mothers the time, energy and resources to rekindle their power as parents. By offering yoga, massage [...]

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Time for Stories
6 years, 5 months ago 0
Posted in: Blog, Featured, Mamacircle

Why,when mothers with young children are excitedly advised by all who see them, to get out of the house, to get some much needed time for themselves, to join a mum and baby group or 1 o’clock club, do their tired eyes glaze over, their shoulders hunch further and heads bow? Why do they insist that they are not the “toddler group type” and why do we not believe them? I remember braving the local drop in baby group with [...]

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Bed of Roses
6 years, 5 months ago 1
Posted in: Blog, Featured

Co sleeping… the term use for sleeping within an arms length of your baby. With an unusually large number of requests for cots at our last Mamaheaven our memories drifted back to our own sleep struggles of the past. Now with children who safely put themselves to bed (or stay up well after us!) we remember only the joy of waking up with a rosy smiley face right next to us, the angel breath of our babies and the bliss of it [...]

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