Stepping in to motherhood, whether it's your first or third time, is one of the most significant transitions in your life. Making space for nourishment, restoration and rest will set you up for a lifetime of health.
So often women don't talk about the hard parts of the postpartum time. The difficulty of walking up stairs, peeing all the time, back aches and belly aches, and pelvic pain.
Guess what? This is all common and normal, BUT it doesn't mean you have to live like this. You are meant to live freely and comfortably in your post-baby body!
Common Symptoms Treated
Pain with sex
Pain with scarring - either with C-section or vaginal tear/episiotomy scar
Milk supply issues
Inability to lose weight
Pelvic floor therapy
Pelvic floor therapy is physical therapy for the muscles of the vagina and pelvis. It is one of the single most important therapies for postpartum women. Your pelvic floor muscles have been working hard all of pregnancy to hold your baby up in your uterus, and they have gone through lots of work through labor (even if you had a c-section)!
Pelvic floor therapy helps resolve and improve urinary incontinence, pelvic pain, pain with sex, organ prolapse and can even help remove birth trauma.
You will need to be cleared by your doctor first, the earliest you will want to start therapy is 6 weeks after birth. There is no wrong time to start therapy, even if you've had baby's years ago, you will still get benefits!
Diastasis recti support
Got belly-pooch? This is most often caused by a diastasis recti which is a separation of the abdominal muscles. This separation is normal during pregnancy, but for many women the separation doesn't resolve. Diastasis recti causes what we fondly refer to as the mama-pooch, but can also cause a lot of back pain, pelvic pain and overall discomfort.
We work together to help restore your core so you can move freely and feel confident in your post-baby body.
NEW MAMA, LET'S GET YOU FEELING YOUR BEST