Pre-natal Pilates expert Ali Handley of BodyLove Pilates NYC shares her tips for easing pelvic pain during pregnancy
Pregnancy By Trimester
Find out how to prepare for pregnancy, what to expect during each trimester, which baby products you can’t live without and all the other info you need to navigate those nine precious months.
Acupuncturist & Holistic Women’s Health expert, Josie Bouchier, shares her tips on soothing swollen feet during pregnancy.
Pregnancy brings with it anticipation, hope, and awe of the miracle of life. Unfortunately, it can also bring heartburn, insomnia, calf cramps, congestion, hemorrhoids, anxiety and headaches. Wellness expert, Josie Bouchier, shares her natural remedies.
When we think about life postpartum, many of us focus solely on the baby. And while the health and happiness of our tot is crucial, so too is that of moms. Thanks to the groundbreaking new book, The First 40 Days, co-written by Amely Greeven, we will learn how to nourish new mamas with food, meditation and help from friends and family.
It might sound strange, but placenta encapsulation is seeing a revival. Maria Pokluda & Maryn Taylor of Dallas-Ft. Worth Placenta explain the age-old practice.
Women’s health expert, Josie Bouchier, shares tips on how to recover sooner after giving birth. In part 1 of her postpartum series, Josie discusses improving digestion.
Choosing what to eat while you’re pregnant can be a challenge. Your tastes and cravings are changing, you may be battling nausea, your digestion is more sensitive, and, of course, you want to make sure you’re nourishing yourself and your baby as best you can.
A babymoon is an opportunity to celebrate and relax as you teeter on the brink of becoming a family for the first time.
Carrying a small human around inside your body can feel restrictive at times.
You may give up wine and soft cheese but one thing you don’t have to forgo is your fitness.
Dr. Gowri Motha’s “Gentle Birth Method” aims to prepare moms and dads for a gentle birth experience, both mentally and physically.
Here, she takes readers through a gentle birth visualization that moms- and dads-to-be can practice at home.