Being born is tough work for both you and your baby, especially if your baby isn’t in the best position for birth. We often think that if our baby is head down they are in a good position for birth but that is only half the story.

  • head-down, facing the mother’s back
  • chin tucked to it’s chest
  • back of the head, ready to enter the pelvis
  • baby’s back is to the mother’s left side or directly in the front

  • neck pain
  • headaches
  • upper back pain
  • lower back pain
  • Limit the time on devices and video games
  • Take breaks every Minutes
  • Change positions: sitting, standing, laying
  • Stretch
  • Move your body
  • Sit on an exercise ball
  • Sitting with good posture