Food trauma and eating disorders in postpartum are becoming more and more prevalent. It is time we take notice and realize that the first step to nourishing not only our body
Tami Kent joins us to discuss the deep disconnect that occurs within the motherhood space. There has been this forgotten work of energy and healing, and it is time we learn
Zoe Etkin, the co-founder of Embodied Doula Trainings, joins us in this episode to discuss motherhood and identity shifts and shows how to navigate our identities as we go through this massive life change.
When you’re alone and feeling isolated, especially in postpartum and motherhood, you are more susceptible to falling prey to bigger narratives that influence how you think about yourself as a new parent.
Getting your period back in postpartum is yet another area that has a huge lack of readily available information, and simply isn’t being talked about enough. Women are left with little information
Herbs and natural remedies were the only form of medicine for 1000’s years. They are incredibly amazing, and many are very powerful. The use of herbs and natural medicine is on
The formula currently available for those that are unable to, or choose not to breastfeed is not up to the standard that it should be. It has become something so mainstreamed and
You’ve likely heard me talk about how raw vegetables and salads are not an ideal food for you in postpartum, and if you’re a vegan or vegetarian you may be wondering how on earth you’re
Overwhelm and mental health issues don’t have to be a part of your postpartum, but it can be so hard to find the help and information you need in postpartum to make that a reality.
Postpartum hair loss has been deemed as a “normal” thing to expect after having a baby. Typically chalked up to hormonal changes, but the question remains, is hair loss during postpartum