Michelle Brown Women's Wellness
I offer something for all women with a speciality in pregnancy wellness, postnatal recovery, core and pelvic floor health, soft tissue massage therapy and women's health and fitness.
I'm passionate about helping women find strength, resilience and control from bump, birth, motherhood, to peri- and post-menopause.
Women's Wellness Coach, Pregnancy & Postnatal Practitioner, Sports Therapist, Fitness Instructor in Telford & Online.
Also trained in Personal Training, Pilates and Yoga.
Welcome to Michelle Brown Women's Wellness
I help women thrive during pre-conception, pregnancy, postnatal recovery, Motherhood to peri-menopause through movement, fitness, massage, mindset and nutrition.
In my 121 clinic, called "Home" I offer specialist massage therapies, movement and exercise sessions to support women's health and, pregnancy and postnatal wellness. With my original training being in Sports Therapy prior to Women's Health, I provide prescriptive, evidenced-based and individualised treatments.
If you're interested in online classes and programmes you can work around your lifestyle from home, or maybe face-to-face studio-based classes, please see my latest class schedules! Again, classes are all designed to support women's health and fitness, pregnancy wellness and postnatal recovery.
Soft Tissue Therapy
I offer soft tissue massage and abdominal scar release therapy treatments that can help you;
Relieve abdominal scarring that may be causing pain and dysfunction,
Release back and shoulder tension that's associated with desk working and Motherhood,
Ease pregnancy related aches and pains, and conditions such as pelvic girdle pain,
Restore connection with your pelvic floor and core at all life stages,
Relax and unwind with a whole body treatment, or
Manage and treat Diastasis Recti and prolapse symptoms.
Treatments that are totally tailored specifically to your needs.
It's not normal.
Pelvic floor muscle dysfunction - the silent epidemic women are led to believe is a normal consequence of childbirth.
When the pelvic floor muscles aren’t doing a great job, issues like bladder leakage, pelvic pain, and prolapse can occur. One in three women suffer with urinary incontinence and 50% of women will experience prolapse at some point in their lifetime (and many don’t even know they have it).
In many cases, pelvic floor muscle dysfunction can be treated through specific movement, soft tissue therapy and postural correction. My 1-2-1 treatment sessions are designed to help you understand what’s going on in your body, and to give you a course of action that includes movement, stretches, lifestyle modifications and posture adjustments.
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07921 781 694