Great news for all our Cafe V attendees!
We’re delighted to welcome the brilliant Caroline Gellatly to the My Body Back team!
Our new booking process
To make booking your appointment quicker and more efficient, we’ve set up a new process.
Here’s how to book your clinic appointment from now on.
- Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
- In the subject line, include the type of appointment you’d like. So, for our My Body Back Clinic that could be cervical screening, STI check, coil fitting or coil removal. For maternity clinics, just tell us if you’re looking for a pre-pregnancy, post-pregnancy or maternity (if you’re currently pregnant) appointment.
- In the email, you can tell us a bit more about yourself, how you’d like your appointment to go and any questions you might have. We’ll then get back to you as soon as we can.
As always, our My Body Back clinic has been in high demand so far this year and, as a result, we’ve now filled all our slots for 2017. We’re so sorry if you’ve missed out this time. If we haven’t been able to book you in, we’ve added you to our waiting list.
The good news is, we still have plenty of appointments left for our MBB Maternity Clinic, so feel free to book!
Cafe V has had a few months off but we’re delighted to announce that we’ve got four dates available to book so far.
This week was a busy one for My Body Back, from International Women’s Day on Wednesday to the weekend’s WOW Festival at London’s Southbank Centre.
We’re delighted to be featured in Catherine Mayer’s new book, Attack of the 50ft Women: How Gender Equality Can Save The World!
Great news – we’re looking for three brilliant people to join our core team as volunteers, each with plenty of responsibility.
We’ve got some really exciting news – Café V will be coming to Glasgow, Cardiff, Dublin and Belfast, as well as London. We’ll also be holding some special sessions exclusively for women who have experienced FGM.
Our founder, Pavan Amara, will be back at this year’s WOW Festival, hosting two talks on the subject of sexual violence.