At Bloom Wellbeing we are passionate about Women's Health

(and we want you to be too!)

Teenagers

The teenage years can be a minefield for girls – puberty, body image issues, stress, anxiety and dealing with the mean girls. Bloom Wellbeing has a range of services to support teenage girls.

The Baby Years

Having a baby is one of the most rewarding, but also one of the most challenging experiences a woman will face. There’s an enormous number of emotional and physical adjustments required on the journey to motherhood, and we’re not always well equipped to traverse these on our own. Bloom Wellbeing can help.

The Third Age Woman

Beyond the baby making days, women can still have significant issues with their physical and emotional wellbeing. This “third age” of womanhood brings with it its own challenges: unresolved physical issues from childbirth, emotional challenges of changing life roles and peri-menopause. It’s never too late for women to learn more about their body and mind, and there’s always something to learn.

Cancer Rehabilitation

Sadly, cancer is now affecting more of our lives than ever before. It’s a disease that impacts not only on the physical body, but also on an emotional and spiritual level. Specialised cancer rehabilitation can offer one to one and small group support for women experiencing or recovering from cancer and it’s treatment.

Visit the Bloom Wellbeing e-school

The Bloom Wellbeing e-school is home to my two online wellbeing programs: Core Floor Restore and Mindful Motherhood.

These courses are 100pc designed with you in mind, so you can learn about and support your own wellbeing, from the comfort of your own home, in your own time, and at your own pace.

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What’s new on the Bloom blog…

Motherhood and architecture

Motherhood and architecture

Do you ever have random thoughts crop up at you from nowhere? I most certainly do. And so it was that last night, I was lying awake in bed, watching the rhythmic rise and fall of my three year old’s chest when my thoughts, as they tend to do, turned towards the...
Things I cannot change

Things I cannot change

At my Mum’s house, there’s a magnet on the fridge with the following phrase on it: It’s called the Serenity Prayer, and it’s been around for donkeys years. Now, our family isn’t really religious, but this particular magnet has been on our...
What was I thinking?

What was I thinking?

Do you see that mole there. That little one to the left of my chin? Back when I was a teenager I used to think that mole gave me something in common with Cindy Crawford. So I was secretly a little proud of it. I may have even “enhanced” it every now and...

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