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About Us

Empowered Mothers Network is a Community Interest Company founded in 2018, which supports women after the birth of their baby.

Our Aims

  • To provide support for those who don't have a support network

  • To allow new mamas to focus on healing, bonding with baby and establishing breastfeeding (if they so choose)

  • To provide help and support with mental/emotional health & wellbeing

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How To Get Started With Two In Cloth Nappies

As you may tell from this video, I could possibly talk about using cloth nappies all day. Whether you have twins or two children v. close in age, and are thinking about going reusable, this video is for you. I’m sharing a few tips that I’ve learnt along the way, plus showing a bit of…

Slow Down, Mama!

Sometimes, the world is going too fast and I want to get off. A lot has happened since becoming a mother. Most of it within my Self. Bits sloughed off, bits coming back up for healing work, re-membering, re-structuring…things lying dormant that motherhood seems to have brought into my consciousness awareness. I know I’m not…

How To Make Dukkha

In this video I’m making Dukkha from a recipe in the Nourishing Newborn Mothers cookbook. Buy it here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Nourishing-Newborn-Mothers-Ayurvedic-childbirth/dp/0648343103/ Join Our Facebook Community If you:– Are a first-time mum and want support to get off to the best start– Are pregnant with your second or subsequent child and want to do things differently this time–…

Five Reasons To Join Our Facebook Community

Did you know we have a new Facebook Community? Here are five reasons why you might want to join us: Support & reassurance We all have those times where we have a wobble, both before and after baby arrives. Sometimes you just need to ask a question or just vent! This is a place where…
Postpartum Recovery Tips - Caring for your body

Postpartum Recovery Tips Series – Caring For Your Body After Birth

In the first part of this video I’m on about: – Resting after birth – Bleeding & cramping – Caring for tears & the bottle you need to have by the loo! – The dreaded first poop… RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THS VID: Reusable pads for postpartum bleeding: https://www.bloomandnora.com/collections/bloomers/products/bloomers-mighty-3-pack-boudoir In the second part of this video…

Episode 7: Hiring Help After Birth

In this episode, I’m discussing hiring in help for after baby is born – why you might want to (even if you can do it yourself!); some of the different types of help you can hire; and also some thoughts on how much it costs to do so. Hiring Help After Birth – Related Posts…

Mother’s Circle Kendal – FAQ

Book your place now! Where is the Mother’s Circle being held? At Aura on Stramongate, Kendal – it’s in the centre of the one-way system. Turn in at the barrier, then you can park at the venue on the left. Once you enter the building there’s a lift of the left which will take you…

Episode 6 – How To Rediscover Yourself In Motherhood

Entering motherhood and encountering a loss of identity is much more common than we think. Our identity can shift and change alongside the early days of motherhood – so when that ‘newborn fog’ starts to lift, we’re left trying to figure out who we actually are now. In this episode I’m discussing: – Why mothers…
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Why do mothers lose their identity?

Loss of identity after becoming a mother is more common than we think. If we look at a fairly typical situation, like a woman who has spent maybe 5-10 years in the workplace and then transitioned to staying at home for the first year(ish) with her new baby, it can probably be easily understood that…
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