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Hello, I'm Liz!

I am a mother of two girls aged 9 and 12 and I am also a qualified nursery nurse, a registered sick children’s nurse and a registered specialist community public health nurse (ex NHS health visitor). I’m also a qualified massage and yoga instructor! Life is busy and that’s just how I like it.

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For 23 years I worked within the Children And Families Healthcare Sector. I have always had special interest in baby brain development, attachment and also the power of touch and skin to skin. I have witnessed the positive effects within special care and intensive care units as well as within the community and home environment. I fully believe in the benefits of the developmental attachment and that’s why massage and yoga is such a prevalent area of Precious Moments Family Wellbeing.


I had two challenging pregnancies and two c-section deliveries, both with aspects of emergency care. Therefore, my skin-to-skin and immediate post-delivery experiences were far from what I had hoped for. During my second pregnancy I also suffered pre and post natal anxiety. It’s safe to say that I have experienced the true highs and lows of early parenthood and I feel in such a good position to be working with mums on such a deep level in my classes. I am able to share my passion, my empathy and my professional & personal experiences in order to make a positive impact.


My classes are fun, sociable, relaxed, supportive and informative, with a lot of additional support available. I’m really looking forward to meeting you and your little one and sharing some precious moments.


Much love,




BMed Sc, SCPHN (Specialist Community Public Health Nurse), RSCN, Qualified Baby Massage and baby yoga Instructor, Qualified children's yoga teacher. Special yoga trained children's yoga teacher also for SEND children and 200hrs AYTT. Also volunteer group leader for PANDAS (pre and post natal depression and anxiety)

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