Thriving Through the 4th Trimester: Knowing What to Expect

Welcome to the last post in this series, Thriving through the 4th Trimester. Follow me as I share what I learned applying traditions from other cultures to my own postpartum journey. It is my hope that this knowledge will serve as a guide for how to truly care for a woman, as she transitions from … Read more

Thriving Through the 4th Trimester: Support From the Partner

Welcome to the fourth post in this series, Thriving through the 4th Trimester. Follow me as I share what I learned applying traditions from other cultures to my own postpartum journey. It is my hope that this knowledge will serve as a guide for how to truly care for a woman, as she transitions from … Read more

Thriving Through the 4th Trimester: Nourishing Mama with Food

Welcome to the fifth post in this series, Thriving through the 4th Trimester. Follow me as I share what I learned applying traditions from other cultures to my own postpartum journey. It is my hope that this knowledge will serve as a guide for how to truly care for a woman, as she transitions from … Read more

Thriving Through the 4th Trimester: Setting the Intention to Rest

Welcome to the second post in this series, Thriving through the 4th Trimester. Follow me as I share what I learned applying traditions from other cultures to my own postpartum journey. It is my hope that this knowledge will serve as a guide for how-to truly care for a woman, as she transitions from maiden … Read more

Drink to your Health!

Any time someone asks me how much water they should be drinking my answer is, “Aim for half your body weight in ounces every day.” For example, if you weigh 150 lbs, you should be drinking 75 oz. of water per day. This may seem like a lot to some of you, but I’m hoping … Read more

Do Things Differently

“Find the different that makes the difference.” -Antony Lo There’s a lot of information in the Physical Therapy realm about “proper posture” and doing an exercise “the right way.” #guiltyascharged It’s all well intentioned… But I’ve noticed that many of us teach using different cues, and different exercises, and we have different concepts of what … Read more