A working mother-of-three has seen her chiropractic business – which specialises in yoga for babies – grow from a one-day-a-week operation in Staffordshire to employ five people.
When Katherine Molloy first set up Chiropractick Health, she worked one day a week out of a spare room in a Lichfield dental practice and she has seen the business grow in just 12 months to a thriving clinic located in Four Oaks, Sutton Coldfield.
The clinic offers treatment for problems with bones, joints, muscles and nerves.
It has recently expanded its services to offer parental classes for new parents and carers to learn how to perform baby massage and yoga and Ms Molloy said the services have proven popular.
She said: “Baby yoga and massage has grown exponentially in popularity over the last five years and many baby clinics and health visitors now offer some sort of basic training.
“Following enquiries from many of my patients, Charlotte and I are now trained and qualified as infant massage and yoga teachers.
“We can offer a gentle four week course for new parents who want to take this training further and learn how to massage their babies.
“Many of my patients are busy working parents who value this time to bond with their child and aid their growth and development and we have had great feedback so far from those who have taken part in the course.”