When mothers are nurtured and supported, their potential to love is greater. Simply, their self confidence is increased, they can love themselves as Mother, and this carries down to their children; their self perception is reflected in how they parent.Read More
"It’s an amazing thing motherhood. At first everything went smoothly, however once the sleep deprivation hit me and my husband was back to work, my own need for nutrition and nourishment flew out the window. I paid the price months later when my hormones were still way out of whack and mood and energy levels were at an all-time low. So, after learning the hard way I’ve made it my mission to spread the word and support other women to remember that they need to eat well and nourish themselves as well as baby in those early years (and beyond!)"Read More
Did you know that up to 1 in 3 women have urinary incontinence at some stage, about 1 in 3 have diastasis recti after pregnancy, and up to 5 in 10 develop pelvic organ prolapse? Pelvic dysfunctions are common, but few understand them or are aware of available treatments.Read More
"More and more research is published each year which points to prenatal (pregnancy) nutrition as being one of the most critical factors influencing childhood and adult health."
Lyndsay Hardy, director of Mama Be Yoga, spoke with local Registered Dietitian (RD) Jacquie Reeds, MSc about prenatal nutrition and it's importance. This interview was originally published in The Sherman Hub News in Lyndsay's column "Mom Talk: prenatal and parenting wellness."
This Q & A is loaded with valuable information for any pregnant or breastfeeding mama!