In the past, women carried and delivered several babies, seemingly with ease and confidence. So, why is it that pregnancy and childbirth have become so complicated in recent times?

The answer is simple. Today, our lifestyles are not what they used to be like a couple of decades ago. While our mothers and grandmothers did all the housework themselves, today we are inundated with electronic gadgets that make our lives sedentary. We get by with little or no exercise. Additionally, with advancements in medical science and a variety of over-the-counter painkillers, our tolerance for pain and discomfort has decreased. In addition, we work odd hours, follow a junk food culture and are stressed out all the time. Is it any wonder then, that pregnancy and delivery, both of which come with their fair share of discomforts and pain have become that much more difficult to manage?


This is where Dwi can make a world of difference
in your life. By joining us, you can:

  • Implement changes to your diet to manage your weight.

  • Start a simple exercise regime that fits into your busy schedule.

  • Obtain well-informed guidance to manage every aspect of your pregnancy.

  • Bond with your partner, and eventually with your baby.

  • Equip yourself with knowledge to manage your labor and delivery.

  • Learn the fine art of creative parenting

We would like to reiterate that our focus is not limited to diet and exercises. We offer you a holistic approach to pregnancy, delivery and parenting.




“We hold immense joy in letting you know we received our bundle of joy on Sept' 2nd. Our little one is named 'Shradha' and she is doing great. Thanks to you and the breathing exercises you taught! If not for that I wouldn’t have endured the pain. From being a person who refused to take the pain of a small injection, I went thru the labour contractions close to 9 hrs and the post C section pain quite gracefully, JUST WITH THE AID OF BREATHING TECHNIQUES. Thanks a lot!!! The baby weighed 3.54 kgs at birth, and scored 9/10 on APGAR :)”

Rajiv, Divya and Shradha