Postpartum

14 Nov Pregnancy, Parenthood, and Eating Disorders

One of the three pillars of Prenatal Yoga Center methodology is community, also knows as sangha. Feeling part of community, especially in such a transitional time like pregnancy and parenthood, can help assuage fears, feel supported and find a general camaraderie. In an effort to...

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24 Oct Plan To Support Yourself: The Necessity of A Postpartum Mental Health Check In

With the myriad of nursery decor, strollers and baby gadgets, it is not surprising the amount of time and effort new parents spend on preparing for the arrival of their new family member. Unfortunately, the check list of preparation rarely makes it to setting up...

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26 Sep Planning for Postpartum: How to Handle Family and Guests

Planning for Postpartum and How to Handle Family and Guests! You had a baby! Great! Now what?? There are so many things to consider when planning for postpartum. What kind of support do you need? Who is giving you that support? Are you breastfeeding, bottle feeding or...

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25 Sep Time Outs; Not just for children

As parents our actions have a lot of power. We are constantly modeling the behavior our children mimic and setting the environment for their developing minds. Recently I found myself having one of "those days." The kind of day when you're super frustrated, everyone and...

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02 Aug Sex During Pregnancy & Postpartum with The V Club’s Courtney Cleman & Alexandria Ross

Navigating a satisfying sex life with your partner during pregnancy and postpartum can be a bit challenging for many.  Fear of hurting the baby, working through body image issues and share logistics can create a gap in a sexual relationship. In this episode of Yoga| Birth|...

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24 Jul The Delicious Surprise of Putting the DAMN Phone Down!

I left my house unusually early today which required quietly creeping out of bed while the rest of my family remained asleep. Trying not to disturb anyone, I quickly sprang out of bed when my alarmed chimed, brushed my teeth and swiftly dressed in the...

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13 Jun Nanny 101 with Christa Nader of Kith & Kin

Once the dust settles on the new expansion to your family, plans may need to be considered about child care and extra support. There are several options, day care, family help or hiring an in home nanny. In this episode of Yoga | Birth | Babies,...

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22 May What Every New Mom Should Know to Survive the First 3 Months

Originally posted on Mommybites May 9, 2018 The first 12 weeks as a new parent can often be described as total love fest with the new baby mixed with fatigue, unwashed hair, and an overwhelming sense of “what did I get myself into?!” Here are some...

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14 May Deserving of Better Care for Expectant and New Parents; The New ACOG Guidelines

In April 2018, ACOG, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, released a new recommended guideline for Maternal Care.  This new set of suggested protocols has the potential to vastly improve maternal health, which currently has a bleak outcome of 17.3 deaths per 100,000 live...

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