Gayle Berry

CEO & Founder of Blossom & Berry - Head lecturer and international expert on baby massage and yoga. Gayle has been teaching massage & yoga for over 13 years. She is a published author and regularly consults on baby massage & yoga. Gayle oversees all Blossom & Berry’s teaching across the world and is an international expert.

Gayle Berry

BIG VISION-LITTLE STEPS-I SO WANT TO TRAIN TO SET UP MY OWN BUSINESS TEACHING BABY MASSAGE AND YOGA BUT WHAT IF……..

This week’s blog is all about self belief and vision….. I totally get that right now you might be feeling confused, overwhelmed and just about coping with motherhood on a daily basis BUT you created a life, you are an amazing mum and you are winnng everyday as a mother. YOU CAN DO ANYTHING! I …

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BIG VISION-LITTLE STEPS SERIES-How to make the jump from a full time salary to starting your own family friendly business without the fear

When you got to jump, you got to jump but you can jump the way you want to and with the kind of landing you want! The thought of starting your own business is super exciting but it can also have fear associated with it. Let’s face it, whenever you do anything new and a …

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Why mothers are natural leaders and entrepreneurs & what businesses can learn from mothers

Mothers are the best leaders Before I had my children, I had a job as a project finance lawyer in the city. I had an amazing salary, was working for one of the top 15 London law firms and had numerous legal qualifications under my belt. Was I happy? No. I had a huge disconnection …

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Fourth Trimester

I had to share this blog Post from the Huffington Post as it supports so much we have been promoting over the last 13 years. Relax and enjoy your baby after he/she arrives. Rest, recover and rejoice in becoming a mummy. You have done an amazing job. http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/sarah-ockwellsmith/fourth-trimester-newborns_b_9607642.html    

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