Feeling like a stranger in your own body?
It’s time to rediscover your strength and find more comfort in postpartum.
A self-guided virtual program for postpartum
Have you given birth in the past week, month, or year? Whole Again is a self-guided course that covers everything you need to know about your postpartum body and how to rebuild in order to feel as good and as strong as you ever have.
Learn more about your pelvic floor and how to improve it’s function in this introductory workshop
Designed for anyone who is pregnant, trying to get pregnant, or have already given birth (days or years ago!), this workshop covers all the basics of pelvic floor anatomy and function.
Become your own Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist in seven weeks
Navigate pregnancy, labor and/or postpartum with confidence and an unprecedented understanding of your body.
Whether you opt for in-person classes, a live virtual series, or self-guided instruction, I’m here to meet you where you are and assist you in taking steps toward where you want to be.
Regain strength and build fitness in your postpartum body
Whether you begin on day 10 or year 10 postpartum, this 8 month program addresses common physical symptoms (pain, incontinence, prolapse, diastasis recti) while increasing your strength and overall fitness.
With an emphasis on core, gluts and shoulders (plus a cardio component to boost endorphins and help you keep up with your busy littles), this program will help you return to all activities feeling better than ever before.
Build the strength and mobility your body needs to feel ready for whatever life throws at you.
If you’ve completed Postpartum Rehab or are more than a year postpartum (with minimal symptoms), THIS is the way to level up your fitness routine.
Focusing on fun and effective functional movements with NEW workouts added every week, Postpartum Build includes 3 weekly home workouts that will build strength and stamina for all that life throws at you.
In-person & virtual
Postpartum recovery can be frustrating and overwhelming, but you’re not alone. Let’s work together to tackle uncomfortable symptoms so you can feel your best.
“Sorry for the TMI but you’re the only one who can appreciate that I just pooped without any issues. I didn’t have to support myself or anything, it just happened like I am a normal person.”