Features

NCT (National Childbirth Trust) Magazine –
Twickenham, Hounslow and District Branch

As a new mum, working on this magazine let me support and reach out to other local mums on important parenting issues, also close to my own heart.

The NCT is run by volunteers. Being the main contributor to this edition helped me give something back to the fabulous people that were there for me after the birth of my own child.

blogs

Positively Thrive

www.yogagrown.co.uk

Following on from the success of her weekly yoga classes, Nina of Yogagrown decided to launch a series of monthly workshops to take yoga beyond the mat. The Positively Thrive workshops provide a deeper yoga workout for the body and mind, combining yoga poses with a mixture of breathing, meditation and journaling.

I positively jumped at the chance to chart the journey of Lou – one of her dedicated yogis and dog café owner – throughout the workshops in a series of blogs. Each workshop (and blog) centres on a different theme that has arisen from current wellbeing thinking and ancient yogic principles.

IMPACT STORIES

British Red Cross

Community First Aid Stories

After being chosen as ‘Charity of the Year’ by the supermarket giant Tesco, the British Red Cross was able to implement a powerful community first aid training scheme for vulnerable people.

The one-off funding enabled communities, comprising low-income families, vulnerable refugees as well as new parents to learn invaluable life-saving skills.  These impact stories highlighted the tremendous effect the courses had on these communities.

WEBSITE COPY

Yogi Pears

www.yogipears.co.uk

Already a yoga legend in the local community, Nina of Yogagrown decided to re-brand one arm of her business, focusing on pregnancy and mum & baby yoga.  And so the inimitable Yogi Pears was born!

Nina needed sparkling new website copy with a twist (see what I did there?) to showcase her fabulous Yogi Pears offer – ‘Growing a tribe of ‘Hampton Mamas’.  And, being a former student of hers, I was thrilled to be able to help.

This was a great creative collaboration and together we designed a whole new language to describe her Yogi Pears’ students – Yogi Buds and Yogi Pips a go-go!

Like what you see?

Then pick me!