We work with you, from the start of the pregnancy up until the birth itself, with an educational programme that incorporates the necessary resources to increase levels of safety and trust for the birth itself and the subsequent raising of the child.

We support and accompany the expectant mother and her partner during the pregnancy, postnatal and breastfeeding periods.

We take all the biological, psychological and social aspects of the process into consideration.

Our groups are small and dynamic, to allow us to attend to the individual needs of each member of the group. We also offer one-to-one care.

We provide information on the physiological changes experienced by the body during pregnancy, childbirth and the postnatal and breastfeeding periods.

We offer information and advice regarding different types of care for the childbirth process.

We work to optimise the bond between you and your baby, communication with the baby and its relationship with its siblings and the family environment.

We offer advice on nutrition and paediatric care.

We provide telephone support at all times.



Practising yoga can help you achieve a gradual awareness of your body and mind and their limits and capacities.
Pregnancy is a good time to start practising yoga, as the expectant mother is more receptive to change and to everything that has the potential to be beneficial, both to her and to her baby.
Learning how to understand and identify the changes in your body will help you achieve awareness, relax, control your breathing and understand your own physical and mental mechanisms.

We focus on:

  • Muscular flexibility and unblocking.
  • Toning and strengthening the parts of the body involved in uterine growth: namely, the spinal column, diaphragm, pelvis and perineum.
  • Increasing your respiratory capacity.
  • Controlling breathing.
  • Physical, emotional and mental relaxation.



The postnatal period is a time of adaptation, learning and fragility in which the longed-for child has finally arrived – without instructions. It is a time that is not always easy, and being able to trust in the observations, instinct and care of a professional is vital in helping you to deal with the experience.

  • Telephone contact after the birth.
  • Breastfeeding support. Home visits.
  • Group and/or one-to-one meetings.
  • RBody recovery and dialogue regarding the new situation.
  • Infant massage.
  • Information regarding the development and growth of the newborn.