Strong as a Mother.
Willow has something for all women with a speciality in core and pelvic floor health, soft tissue massage therapy and women's fitness.
I'm passionate about helping women find strength, resilience and control from bump, birth, motherhood, to peri- and post-menopause.
Physically located in Telford, Shropshire, Willow provides high quality specialist offerings for pregnancy, postnatal, motherhood and the peri- to post-menopause stage.
I fuse my range of skills in fitness and soft tissue therapy, and education in advanced pregnancy, postnatal and women's wellness to tailor all my treatments and classes to suit your specific needs, combining massage, nutrition, movement, and wellbeing.
I run a number of programmes designed to give you the specific advice and support you need to achieve your goals. Each programme has a specific focus but is entirely personalised to you. To get started, complete one of my screening forms and I'll be in touch via email with my no obligation advice and recommendations on what services will benefit you most.
Group Fitness Classes
Stay strong and active. Manage low back or pelvic pain. Prepare for labour, recovery, and the demands of motherhood. Meet other expecting Mums.
Take time for you. Re-build your foundations. Rehab your inner core and pelvic floor muscles before embarking on pre-pregnancy activities. Work to correct Diastasis Recti (abdominal separation), lingering pelvic pain and pelvic floor dysfunction. Meet other Mums.
Functional movement and fitness activities to meet the unique demands of Motherhood. Core and pelvic floor conscious to prevent pelvic floor dysfunction and back pain. Work to improve vitality, strength, stamina and emotional health rather than taking part in exercise which depletes your energy levels.
Stretch, strengthen, relax, and have fun. Learn how to exercise to prevent, manage and treat common pelvic floor conditions such as leaking, prolapse, and pelvic pain. Balance hormones and improve bone, heart and brain health with appropriate movement and lifestyle choices. Take part in exercise that is effective but also core and pelvic floor friendly.
It's not normal.
Pelvic floor muscle dysfunction - the silent epidemic women are led to believe is a normal consequence of childbirth. When the pelvic floor muscles aren’t doing a great job, issues like bladder leakage, pelvic pain, prolapse, or abdominal separation can occur. Over 50% of women have some type of pelvic floor dysfunction (and many don’t even know they have it).
In many cases, pelvic floor muscle dysfunction can be treated through specific exercise and postural correction. My 1-2-1 treatment sessions are designed to help you understand what’s going on in your body, and to give you a course of action that includes movement, stretches, lifestyle modifications and posture adjustments.