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(Koosje can be pronounced as ‘Koshe’)


Charity: Better Lives Foundation

Better Lives Foundation (BLF) is a UK registered charity number 1122290 that works to better people’s lives in West Africa and North India.

Better Lives Foundation has no costs in the UK. All funds are spent in Sierra Leone. We are like the SAS of charities.’

We pay no UK wages and we are all self funded! If you are feeling good, feel free to donate. Or even better is you are have a medical profession and would like to join us sometime on a trip to Africa or India, let us know..

At BLF we provide educational and medical support in remote areas where it is scarce. Our team of Volunteers, from a variety of background, work selflessly and tirelessly for our projects both in Uttarakhand (North India) and Yonibana, Sierra Leone (West Africa).

Is it safe, Sierra Leone, West Africa? Yes, it is. We had a great time teaching local doctors. For a decade now, the charity has been paying for education in remote villages, so they can afford to educate themselves, go through further education and even applying for medical school, together with the students we treated up to three hundred patients a day, providing very much needed free medical care to people who may never had the privilege to speak to a doctor before..

Better Lives Foundation


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According to Priscilla Dunstan, the five universal words (or sound reflexes) used by infants (0-3mths) are:

  • Neh (I’m hungry) – An infant uses the sound reflex “Neh” to communicate its hunger. The sound is produced when the sucking reflex is triggered, and the tongue is pushed up on the roof of the mouth.
  • Owh (I’m sleepy) – An infant uses the sound reflex “Owh” to communicate that they are tired. The sound is produced much like an audible yawn.
  • Heh (I’m experiencing discomfort) – An infant uses the sound reflex “Heh” to communicate stress, discomfort, or perhaps that it needs a fresh diaper. The sound is produced by a response to a skin reflex, such as feeling sweat or itchiness in the bum.
  • Eairh (I have lower gas) – An infant uses the sound reflex “Eairh” to communicate they have flatulence or an upset stomach. The sound is produced when trapped air from a belch is unable to release and travels to the stomach where the muscles of the intestines tighten to force the air bubble out. Often, this sound will indicate that a bowel movement is in progress, and the infant will bend its knees, bringing the legs toward the torso.This leg movement assists in the ongoing process.
  • Eh (I need to be burped) – An infant uses the sound reflex “Eh” to communicate that it needs to be burped. The sound is produced when a large bubble of trapped air is caught in the chest, and the reflex is trying to release this out of the mouth.


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The Best Reviews in London 🏆

Moe S Dr. M. S:

Simply put, Koosje is a professional. She has a very holistic approach and takes the time to listen and understand the needs (and goals) of her patients. I highly recommend anyone in need of physiotherapy book a session with Koosje to see what I mean. If you’re like me, you will find that in addition to noticing an improvement in your physical ailment, you will also improve as a person.

Ellemieke Van Laere Ellemieke V:

I went to see Koosje with my twin babies for cranial osteopathy. One son suffered from colic and the other son got quite stressed at bedtime, for no clear reason. Koosje did an amazing job. She showed me exercises I could do at home to improve the colics and to relax their muscles. The results came pretty much instantly and I can say that both are doing so much better now!

Joseph Gale Joseph G:

I first saw Koosje after tearing my ankle ligament in a XC race. Not only did she provide first class advice on rehabilitation (massage and a strengthening exercises) but helped me to deal with the psychological impact of the injury so close to my target event of the marathon. Her support helped me to get back to fitness and still manage to achieve a PB time of 2hr 48min!

Since then I have had an operation on my shoulder and Koosje has again provided top rate support in helping me to recover at a faster than expected rate.

Her support goes beyond physical rehabilitation; our conversations have genuinely helped me to shape my thinking about many aspects of my life.

I couldn’t recommend her more highly.


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