My name is Rachel and I’m the founder of Wildflower Womb.I have five children and live on the North East coast with my husband, children and our two chocolate Labradors Budda and Indi.
It was whilst studying for a degree in psychology with counselling skills that I gave birth to my 4th baby. I have always had deep rooted interest in human biology and this interest has naturally grown into a passion. Not long after the birth of my 4th baby I made the desicion to specialise in women’s reproductive health and birth. I trained to become Mizan Abdominal Therapist (womb massage) with Bushra Finch. I then also decided to do further training with the NCT and University of Worcester studying for a degree in Birth and Beyond. Since then I have further advanced my training in Mizan and I’m an adavanced Mizan Therapist. I have since attended a Doula preparation course to become a certified Doula with Red Tent Doula’s with Nicola Mahdiyyah Goodall having also attended the breasfeeding workshop also with Nicola.
I’m currently training with Fertility Care Scotland and Billings Method England to become an accredited teacher of fertility awareness based methods (FABM). This work is centred around reproductive health and fertility for women or couples looking to achieve or avoid pregnancy. This is something which I am very passionate about and will be offering workshops in spring 2020.
I have a passion for working with women and their families and believe that every woman has the right to have a positive birth. With this in mind I volunteer to help co- facilitate The Positive Birth Movement group in North Tyneside on a monthly basis. This group is part of a global and national movement offering a free antenatal session for women who are expecting a baby, who have had a baby or for anyone with an interest in birth. I’m also facilitator to North Tyneside Maternal Journal workshops which will be starting this coming November, using creative journalling, art and poetry as a means of expressing, exploring the emotions, thoughts and feelings around pregnancy, birth and motherhood.
Wildflower Womb has been born out of my love and passion for working with women. I offer a space for in which women will feel held and supported, without judgement to be met only with kindness and compassion.
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Mizan (pronounced like Milan) is an Arabic word that means balance. By using traditional reproductive healing techniques, as a Mizan Therapist I will seek to restore balance when life feels unbalanced – physically, emotionally or spiritually. It is a gentle non-invasive massage working over the abdominal cavity, back and sacrum.
“There is no other organ quite like the uterus. If men had such an organ they would brag about it. So should we.”– Ina May Gaskin
Symptoms that can be helped with Mizan Therapy:
Displaced or prolapsed uterus and/or bladder
Painful menstrual cycles
Irregular menstrual cycles and ovulation
Bladder or yeast infections
Miscarriages, difficult pregnancies
Perimenopause, menopausal symptoms
Abnormal uterine bleeding
Pelvic congestion & pain
Headaches and migraines
Low back ache
Chronic indigestion or heartburn
Restricted breathing due to tension
Pregnancy and Postnatal
Treatments & Price List *
First Session – £80 (lasts about 2.5 hours)
3 x Mizan – £200
Mizan for Menstrual Health – £300
Mizan for Menopause – £300
Mizan for Postpartum -£400
Each package includes 3x Mizan sessions, as well any recommended herbal preparations, 2 x follow up zoom calls and support with fertility charting.
There will also be a simple self-care routine which will be taught during the treatment as an extension to be carried out at home. This is an important part of the course of treatment which will empower you to take charge of your own healing. We will work together and look at other possible contributing factors such as diet and lifestyle which may be influencing any symptoms being experienced. *Any herbal remedies which are recommended as part of a treatment are sold separately and are not included in the cost of treatments.