Maternity Physio and Pelvic Health


Birth Preparation Workshop

45 min Online Workshop

Cost 25 GBP

Join us for an informative and relaxed online workshop . We will be delving into your pelvis (perhaps an area of your body you hadn’t thought about much before, until now). We will be dropping some knowledge bombs about following:

  • pregnancy related pelvic pain
  • advice about keeping active in pregnancy throughout the trimesters
  • Your pelvic floor muscles
  • How to prepare your pelvic floor and vagina for a vaginal birth
  • Optimum positions for baby`s arrival
  • What does s C-section involve
  • How to recover effectively in those early days
  • How to get back to exercise after having a baby.

You can book you place HERE

Sessions run every 8 weeks on a Tuesday 7-7.45pm, Next dates are 21 Nov/9 Jan/20 Feb

This half day workshop has been designed for you if you are interested or experiencing perimenopause including yoga teachers, acupucture practitioners, osteopaths, women’s health physios & therapists & to give a strong skill set for supporting people experiencing perimeopause and menopause.

You will gain:

  • A clear understanding of the physiological fluctuating hormonal changes taking place during perimenopause and how they affect the pelvis
  • Yoga physical practices, breathwork, meditation and deep relaxation for perimenopause specifically focussed on the pelvis
  • Circle holding skills: how do we approach taboo subjects to reduce shame and increase feelings of acceptance and empowerment? 
  • Tools and techniques to support the range of physical and emotional experiences of some when affected by issues including painful sex, bladder & bowel issues, UTIs, incontinence, prolapse, hysterectomy
  • Clear pathways to signpost outside of the remit of yoga for perimenopause – where yoga is useful and where a specialist women’s health physio is required
  • A clear understanding the role of women’s health physios and yoga teachers, how our work complements each other and how to work together, cross refer and create workshops together

When: Friday 14 July 2023

Time: (Registration 0915) 0930 -1330

Where: Finchley Yoga, 1 Maple Close, Finchley N3 1AS

Please bring with you: note pad & coloured pens, if you like to use your own mat bring it with.

A bottle for water refills.

Early Bird £55 – ends 1 June – Full Price £65

Register Here

Return To Running Tuesday 21st and 28th January 10am-12pm @Skylight Centre, 49 Corsica Street, N5 1JT 

Many women have a lot of concerns around returning to running after having a baby, regardless of when their baby was born. What if I leak? Am I ready to run? Should I leave it a certain time before I run? Will I injure myself? Why do things not feel quite right?

Niamh, a women’s health physio, Eliza, a pre and post-natal fitness coach and Andy, a running coach, will answer all these questions and more, during this unique two-part workshop. In fact, we go the extra mile to ensure that you know exactly what you personally need to improve to run safely and efficiently.

The workshop is split into the following sections:
• Education and Assessment: Understand how pregnancy affects your body and core system control. Learn more about the pelvic floor and its role in running. Be more aware of pelvic floor dysfunction like leaking and prolapse and how to improve/prevent this during your running time.
• Fit to Run: A workout covering exercises designed specifically to help you be run-ready, covering load, impact and strength challenges.
• Technique: A practical outdoors session to check technique and a personal assessment of your running style with individual video analysis.

By the end of this, you’ll be able to:
• Understand how your body has been affected by pregnancy and birth and how this impacts your running ability
• Identify where your weak areas are
• Learn which exercises will help you run better
• Know how to improve your running technique
• Understand best technique for running with a buggy

What’s provided
• Drinks and light refreshments
• Babysitting so you can get the most from the workshop
• A PDF of what you’ve learnt during the workshop, including exercises to do at home
• A personal running assessment
• A safe space for babies to play

The workshop will take place in a beautiful, spacious studio a short walk from Highbury and Islington station. Babies are most welcome. If you have a running buggy, please do bring it along.

This workshop is best suited for those who are at least 4 months post-natal.

TO book

Pelvic Floor and Pilates – A workshop for Pre & Postnatal Women
Saturday, January 18th, 2020 
1:00- 3:00 PM

Join FIX at The Space East as we co-host a 2-hour adventure into the realms of the pelvic floor and its role during pregnancy, delivery and beyond. Prepare yourself with expert tips, knowledge and Pilates techniques to help you connect to your core system and maintain a strong and flexible foundation for the journey ahead.
We will cover topics like:
The pelvic joints – their role and how to manage pelvic girdle pain.
The pelvic floor muscles – how to find them and use them to your advantage in pregnancy and delivery.

Urinary leakage, pelvic organ prolapse and diastasis – why they happen and how to manage them so they don’t get in your way.
The Mummy MOT postnatal check – what it involves.
Exercise post-baby – How to rebuild your foundations in an effective and safe way.

About the hosts:
Niamh Burn MSCP
Pre & Postnatal Physiotherapist, FIX
The Mummy MOT®

Niamh is a mum of 3 boys and works as a Pelvic Physiotherapist at FIX, East London’s brightest Sports injury clinic, specialising in pre and postnatal recovery. Women’s health is a personal passion and she really enjoys helping women with pregnancy and postpartum related conditions such as pelvic girdle pain, pelvic floor dysfunction, abdominal diastasis and urogynaecological issues like painful sex, urinary leaks and prolapse. Her musculoskeletal and pelvic health background gives her a holistic approach and she has a keen interest in guiding women back to exercise or whatever makes them feel good during and after pregnancy.
Niamh is a member of the Pelvic Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapists, a Mummy MOT practitioner and a recommended practitioner on the pelvic partnership website.

Rachel Stephenson
Pre & Postnatal Pilates teacher,
Founder The Space East Studio
The Pilates Foundation©

Rachel is one of London’s leading Pilates practitioners having qualified in 2011 through the Pilates foundation. A highly knowledgeable and experienced instructor, Rachel has worked extensively with clients managing chronic pain, designing programmes to rehabilitate injury as well as running comprehensive group and one to one pre/postnatal sessions. She has a great understanding of anatomy and movement and is highly skilled at helping her clients to understand how to execute the Pilates repertoire safely and effectively. Outside of Pilates Rachel is a keen runner, furniture upholsterer and dog mother!
Pilates Foundation© Mat Pilates Instructor
The Thoughtful Body© Pre and Post Natal Pilates
Stott Pilates© Essential & Intermediate Reformer Pilates Instructo

Book your tickets here 

MOJO YARD - Pregnancy Yoga, Mum and Baby Yoga and Baby Massage

Pregnancy Yoga and Pelvic Floor Workshop

  • project:me 84, Park Road N8 8JQ England (map)

Join Maternity Physio and Mojo Yard for a candlelit yoga session and pelvic floor education. We will talk about all things pelvic floor- how to connect to them, how to release them and how to use them to your advantage during the pregnancy.

Then put what you’ve learnt into practice with calming candle-lit yoga and guided relaxation with resident pregnancy and postnatal guru and mum of two Billie Woodcraft.

Treat yourself to this rejuvenating workshop that will leave your mind and body feeling restored.
Stay behind and mingle with other local mums to be over a slice of cake and a warm cuppa!

Book your ticket here at MOJO YARD

Training the Postnatal Client- A workshop for fitness Trainers 

Check in soon for 2020 dates !!

Project ME, 88 Park Road, Crouch End, N8 8JQ

Do you work with women who have had a baby in the past?
Would you like to deepen your knowledge on the common postnatal conditions which affect these clients?
Would you like to know how to screen and manage conditions like diastasis, urinary leaks, pelvic pain and pelvic organ prolapse in women?
Would you like to know how tailor your class or program for these women, in a safe and effective way?
Would like to retain these women and improve word of mouth recommendation among their friends?
Then this is the workshop for you!

Your Host:
Niamh Burn MSCP Pre and Postnatal Physiotherapist
Founder of Maternity Physio
Based at Project Me, Crouch End and Fix London, Hackney

Topics Covered:
C section recovery and considerations for exercise
Abdominal diastasis – how to assess and manage it
Urinary leaks- tips to avoid it during your session
The pelvic floor – how to find it, and use it for good!
Pelvic Organ Prolapse- The signs to look out for and how to train & teach these women safely
When to run after a baby


Pregnancy Retreat 

2nd June 2019 – Benk&Bo Spitalsfields, London 

This is a day to nurture and prepare you in your journey towards birth and motherhood, to allow time and space to enjoy and embrace your pregnancy, to connect with your growing baby, and to meet other mothers to be.
Enjoy a wonderful Pregnancy Yoga class to help you move your body and find comfort, relief and relaxation in the many changes that your body is going through. The sequence of postures, movement and breath work can help prepare the body and the mind for labour and for your rise into motherhood.
By focusing on the key principles of hypnobirthing you will learn how your incredible body works during labour, how to create the optimal hormonal situation for birth and how to release any fear and tension surrounding pregnancy and birth.
You will blend your own bespoke massage oil for labour and learn the qualities and physiological effects of four key essential oils that can be an amazing tool during pregnancy and labour; helping you to be calm, focused and strong.
Learn the essential art of nourishing yourself throughout your pregnancy and as a new mother. By creating a plan for your fourth trimester you will set yourself up for the days and weeks after birth and your own personal period of transition into motherhood.
You will also enjoy a nutritious and delicious lunch and take home a Mother Rising bag of lovely handpicked products that we love and want to share with you.

Holistic Birth Workshop
Saturday, 13 April 2019
7:30 pm 9:30 pm
Leyton Yoga
691 High Road Leyton, London, E10 6RA

#Getting ready to birth your baby?
#Want to hear the insider scoop from holistic experts in women’s health?
#Want some really useful tools for birth and beyond?

All profits will be donated to Women and Children First, who support Mums and babies in developing countries.

Thank you to Leyton Yoga for giving us the space for free!!

On The Night…

Anthonissa Moger – Midwife, Hypnobirthing Teacher, Pregnancy Yoga Teacher
Teaching techniques to encourage your baby into an optimal position for a shorter and more comfortable birth. Often not included in antenatal classes!
Kate Jennings – Reflexologist ( 10 years of clinical experience)
Sharing her decade of reflexology experience and how it can support the last few weeks of pregnancy.
Karen Kelly – Acupuncture, Massage Therapy
Teaching acupressure points for encouraging labour to start and to support birth.
Tara Rivero Zea – Massage Therapy, Acupuncture, Placenta Encapsulation
Demystifying placenta encapsulation, how its done and the benefits for Mum
Niamh Burn – Pre and Postnatal Physiotherapist
Sharing her knowledge around the pelvic floor and pelvic floor dysfunction after birth.

Tickets are just £15 so they will go fast, pick yours on the Hypnobirthing midwife`s event page HERE

POPfit Post-Natal Body Positivity Workshop

Wednesday 27th March 2pm

“Pregnancy is an epic physical journey and along with delivery, our bodies go through some big changes in a relatively short period of time. It’s quite amazing and can also be a little bit daunting. If you would like some reassurance of what’s normal and signs of what’s not – along with how to make sense of your new self – then this workshop is for you.”

Niamh Burn, Physiotherapist

Join us as we host a panel to discuss post-natal bodies and fitness. Expect practical advice from specialist physiotherapist Niamh Burn, demonstrations from fitness guru Steph Burrows on how to work, strengthen and stretch your body, and advice on perspective from the much-revered photographer and author of One Day Young, Jenny Lewis.

As women our bodies go through a lot of change throughout pregnancy and this doesn’t stop after birth either. We are all too aware how much negativity there is surrounding this and we want to change the common perception of post-natal bodies because we believe they should be celebrated for their achievements not compared and pressurised!

Through pregnancy and childbirth there’s a lot of information and support but once our babies are born it becomes more about the baby and less about the mother. So our Post-Natal Body Positivity Workshop is for you as a mother and your body. We’ll be aiming to better equip you with all the information you need on your body after birth and leave you feeling reassured about the way your body has changed and proud of it too!

However old your child/children are it’s never too late to find out exactly how it’s changed, exactly why, and exactly how you can care for it best. No myths, just facts that will enlighten you, support you and encourage you to be positive about your beautiful body.

What to expect?

Our expert panel talk followed by Q&A’s

Delicious refreshments

A creche for your babies or toddlers so you can soak up the discussion!


Niamh Burn, Physiotherapist specialising in all things pelvic

Stephanie Burrows, Founder of POPfit

Jenny Lewis, Photographer and creator of One Day Young

Discussion points:

All things pelvic floor

Caesarean recovery

Sex after childbirth

How to manage common post-natal conditions such as diastasis, pelvic organ prolapse and urinary leaks and still exercise in the post-natal period

Tickets £20 Link here to buy


BEYOND BIRTH- Preparing for a strong energised and calm post-natal period

Saturday June 23rd 10.30am-12.30pm @ProjectMe, Crouch End 

An fun and informative evening event for mums to be in Crouch End @Project ME. 6 pregnancy and postnatal experts including the hypnobirthing midwife, the yoga doc and nutritionist Jodie Abrahams and me!  Maternity Physio will give our tips and techniques on how to empower yourself for a successful birth experience and how to recover in the best way possible. There will be lots of info on hypnobirthing, nutrition, yoga, pelvic floor/abdominals, placenta encapsulation and reflexology to take away. All proceeds go to charity and its a great way to meet up with other mamas in the area.

Click here for more info and to book you tickets now!

Saturday 23rd June 2018

£30 + booking fee, Tickets available HERE

Drinks and Snacks included! A two hour workshop with 3 experienced pregnancy and post-natal practitioners. The morning will provide you with practical tools to prepare for a healthy post-natal period – physically, functionally and with a positive, empowered mindset.

Niamh Burn – Maternity Physio

A womens health physio dedicated to mums and mums to be based in Crouch End and Hackney. A mum of 3 herself and well aware of the physical demands associated with pregnancy and postnatal early days. She is passionate about helping mums achieve a comfortable pregnancy and straightforward post-natal period. With advice on how to prep for birth and optimise your recovery.
Niamh will offer you information on how to achieve good pelvic floor and abdominal rehabilitation and find the right track back to strength and full function (whatever that is for YOU) without any issues. Also a few things to look out for along your journey.

Jodie Abrahams – Nutritionist

A registered Nutritionist and Nutritional Therapist (MBANT, CNHC), Jodie takes a holistic approach, supporting women to feel their best through tailor made, realistic changes to diet and lifestyle. Jodie specialises in supporting women’s health at different life stages, in particular pregnancy and the post-natal period.

Jodie will outline the key foods that help to support recovery and healing after birth, some important nutrients to include in your diet for healthy milk supply and practical tips on how to eat to stay energised (on minimal sleep!). She will also cover ways that nutrition and lifestyle habits can prevent and help to alleviate some of the most common post-natal complaints.

Anthonissa Moger – Hypnobirthing Teacher

A qualified midwife and Hypnobirthing teacher, Anthonissa has taught over 400 families, empowering them to enjoy more positive birth experiences. Anthonissa is also a qualified pregnancy yoga teacher and kundalini yoga teacher. She brings together the best from modern science, midwifery and holistic practices throughout her classes.

Learn about the power of Hypnobirthing with an introduction to the science which supports it and one of the most powerful breathing techniques. This can be used by any and every mother no matter whether you are planning a homebirth or to keep you calm during an elective Caesarean birth. The technique is also ideal for supporting a calm and positive post-natal mindset.

Click HERE to book your ticket 


Stay tuned for new 2020 dates!! 

  • FIX STUDIOArthaus, 199 Richmond RoadLondon E8 3NJUnited Kingdom (map)

A 2 hour workshop for Fitness Professionals and Personal Trainers focussing on safe and effective management of post-natal fitness clients.

This evidence-based interactive session will provide key tips and skills to help you improve your work with this important client group and a certificate for 2 hours CPD will be provided.

Get ready to up your game!

  • Would you like to deepen your knowledge of post-natal rehab?

  • Are you keen to help and retain these clients and improve word of mouth recommendations?

  • How can you best help new mums safely connect back to their core foundations so they feel stronger and stay injury free ?

Join us to explore how to progress women safely and effectively back from pregnancy and childbirth, to the level of fitness they strive for


Significant alteration to muscle composition, ligamentous laxity, joint stability, blood volume, visceral tone and a host of other important body processes means safe and effective coaching of a post-partum client requires skill and a sound knowledge base.  This course aims to provide a basic understanding of key areas relevant to the general personal trainer/fitness professional .

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What you will learn about:

  • Physiological changes of the mother during pregnancy as they pertain to the musculo-skeletal system

  • The Birth process: associated risks, potential injuries and considerations relating to return to physical activity / training.

  • Common post-natal conditions such as abdominal diastasis, stress incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse.  How to screen for these conditions and modify your fitness program accordingly.

  • Optimal alignment and breathing techniques to promote the core connection and healing after having a baby.


  • Tips on how to help connect post-natal women to their pelvic floor and use it effectively during their fitness sessions and home practice.

  • C-section recovery and how to work with this group.

  • Exercise modifications for those breastfeeding and those with pelvic pain.

  • Top Tips to progress mums back to running/weight training or high impact exercise:   When, how soon, how much..?

The course will be hosted by Niamh Burn (Pelvic Health Physiotherapist), Nicki Brown (Specialist pre and postnatal PT, massage therapist and pre/postnatal teacher at Fix / Frame / &Breathe) and Luke Selby – Osteopath, Sports Coach and Director at Fix.

This is a workshop for health and fitness professionals. The course runs at Fix Studio on Wednesday 30th Jan 2019, from 2.00 pm until 4.00pm and costs £25.

A certificate for 2 hours CPD will be issued to all attendees.