Pregnancy Symptoms


The body of a pregnant woman performs at its best to grow a human being from a cell pile - no wonder fatigue is a constant companion at the beginning and end of pregnancy! But fatigue is not the only one of the typical complaints, the most common are:


  • exhaustion
  • nausea and vomiting
  • heartburn
  • sleep disorders
  • constipation
  • mood swings
  • varicose veins
  • itching
  • back pain
  • water retention
  • cravings
  • skin changes


Ideally, a woman has already started with optimal nutrition, sports / yoga and meditation before pregnancy. There are studies that show that women who were in great physical and psychological health did not experience any of these symptoms, and that's not surprising - let's see our body as a temple to be cared for, so that the mind can follow suit and lead a beautiful life:).

Diet plays a huge role in all of the above complaints, maybe the biggest one. Often we already have an insufficient nutrient density before pregnancy, so that our body gets into a pickle, as soon as it tries to offer the ideal home to this tiny person. The often- mentioned food cravings are by no means a "whim of nature" during pregnancy, but often a sign of nutrient deficiency.

Exercise, fresh air and meditation are important elements to keep our body fit and ready for the birth and the time following, to optimally prepare ourselves both physically and mentally. Even if you only start to discover what is good for you during pregnancy: great! It is never too late to abandon habits and look for healthy alternatives that are good for you and fun.

It is very important to us that you experience your pregnancy as a positive time of change in which you are well, because when you feel well, it is highly likely that the baby is also dazzling.

For any form of discomfort we have had very positive experiences with wingwave®, hypnosis and systemic constellation work.

We wish you a carefree, easy and happy pregnancy! If we can help you along this path, we look forward to meeting you!



"Being a mother is learning about strengths you didn't know you had, and dealing with fears you didn't know existed."

- Linda Wooten