October 20, 2017

self nurturing for new mums and mums-to-be

From simple things like taking a shower, to big things like not giving yourself time to pursue your own interests, being a new mum can be hard work.

stay hydrated

We’re 70% water, so hydration is key. If you’re breastfeeding it is especially important to watch your fluid intake. Even if you’re not nursing, water is necessary to help maintain skin flexibility and joint protection.

be you

You had a life before your little one arrived and you should hold onto that person now that you’re a new mother. Of course you won’t have as much time to dedicate to your interests, but take an hour or two a week to find yourself again.


Keep your expectations realistic. No one can do it all, let alone do it perfectly. Work toward reasonable, achievable goals, whether dealing with feelings, doing housework or losing your pre-baby weight.


It’s important to take some time out for yourself both before and after welcoming your bundle of joy to the world.

At Little Butterfly London, we strongly believe that new mums and mums-to-be need to take some time out to cherish their own bodies and look after themselves so that they can enjoy those fleeting precious moments with their baby.

We have partnered up with professional therapists and the most prestigious luxury hotels and spas in the UK and Ireland to create bespoke pre-natal and post-natal massage treatments. They are the ultimate nurturing and relaxation treat for new mums and mums-to-be.

You can choose between our pre-natal ‘Dreamy Pregnancy Massage’, or our recently launchedThe New Mums Nurturing Touch’ post-natal treatment, which has been designed specifically for new mums.

Our soothing, restorative dreamy spa experiences are exclusively available in these luxury hotels and spas in the UK and Ireland…

Click here for details