Community Birth Stories with Chantal Eder

06 Oct Community Birth Stories with Chantal Eder

In this episode of Yoga | Birth | Babies, I speak with new mother and yoga teacher, Chantal Eder. We discus the the challenges and joys of pregnancy and new motherhood. Chantal also opens up about her surprisingly unique birth and processing the experience. New and expectant mothers will enjoy Chantal’s candor and relate to the journey through pregnancy and motherhood.

In this episode:

  • Chantal’s experience of pregnancy
  • Her approach to learning about pregnancy, birth and motherhood
  • Challenges she faced during pregnancy and how did she cope with them
  • how the births had was different them the one she envisioned
  • Chantal’s birth story
  • Was the reality of motherhood different then she envisioned
  • Physical struggles she has faced as someone who was very active during pregnancy
  • Emotionally struggles she has worked through in the early weeks of motherhood
  • Surprises about motherhood she didn’t expect
  • Favorite aspects of new motherhood
  • Some of the things she experienced she wish someone had told her before
About Chantal :
Chantal is a yoga instructor who specializes in alignment based practice, pre-natal and postnatal yoga and is currently completing her 100hr backcare and scoliosis certification with Alison West. A born traveler she has lived in Canada, London and now resides in NYC, where she has just given birth to her first child Josef Hiroshi. She studied with Deb and Caprice at PYC during her pregnancy and is passionate about sharing her experience of childbirth to support women in their own journey to motherhood. You can find out more about her birth experience and yoga practice on her website www.chantalederyoga.com 
Connect with Chantal: 
Instagram/Facebook/Twitter: @chantalederyoga
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