We have our very first guest on this podcast, Jojo Hogan of Slow Postpartum! Jojo has been involved in the care of pregnant and postpartum women for nearly 20 years of
We’re going to get into some topics in this episode that not a lot of people are talking about in the space of postpartum, especially in regards to what we know as common sense.
What I’m going to be sharing with you here is essentially redefining the period that is postpartum. I want to talk about the postpartum period, and how it does not last
I am so glad you have found my podcast and I can’t wait to share all of the hugely important information surrounding postpartum with you. I have so much to say
Postpartum is not the first 6 weeks after baby. It’s the first 6 years. And how you experience this monumental life change will shape your lifeforever. Literally, your healing
Recently, I had the great privilege of interviewing Catherine Middlebrooks, mom and the founder of Heal Your Core with Yoga. Turns out, it was such an AMAZING interview, we knew we needed to share it with
A No BS Guide to Making Your Healthy Dreams a Reality I get it. The word blissful around anything involving motherhood sounds a little ridiculous. As the numbers for postpartum depression and anxiety
As the world shifts and changes in uncertain (and even scary) ways, it becomes even more critical to stay on top of your mental health and healing. One of the best ways to do this is through the act
My biggest postpartum mistake was not realizing that postpartum is deeply and unequivocally a sacred rite to motherhood that can profoundly affect you for the rest of your life. The first six weeks are what shapes your health and bond with your baby forever...
From that moment of conception, everything inside you changes. Your heart, body, voice, mind, and spirit will be shaped into that of a mother. Literally, every cell in your body becomes influenced by your child, shifting your hormones, behavior, physicality, and even changing your brain chemistry. During the first 6 weeks postpartum, the changes are even more...