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After Birth Recovery Podcast Episodes

How do I stop waddling during pregnancy: Kath Baquie from FitNest Mama
After Birth Recovery, Birth Story

In today’s solo episode, I am chatting about waddling during pregnancy. This topic is something I get asked frequently about inside Fitnest Mama and from my one on one clients. First up – there is nothing wrong with waddling. Waddling is our body’s way of compensating for your beautiful growing baby. There are all different…

What happens the first 24 hours after giving birth: Lauren Brenton
After Birth Recovery, Birth Story

Today I have the pleasure of chatting with Lauren Brenton all about the first 24 hours after giving birth. Lauren is a registered midwife and mama of three, she’s passionate about educating and empowering women through their pregnancy, labour, and birth journey. We dive into what to expect for you and your bub in the…

How can I improve my recovery after giving birth: Kath Baquie from FitNest Mama
After Birth Recovery, Childbirth, Exercise, Fourth Trimester, Newborn, Postnatal

We spend nine long months growing a baby, then life with a newborn takes over and we forget about our own personal recovery in the sleep deprivation and mayhem. In this episode, I discuss with you how to boost your recovery in the first few weeks after giving birth so that when you are all…

What does a Postpartum Doula do: Steph O'Brien
After Birth Recovery, Motherhood

They say it takes a village to raise a child and anyone who has had a baby certainly understands the need for help in those early newborn days. But what do you do if you don’t have a village? In our modern world, new mums often feel a sense of isolation as they struggle to…

After Birth Recovery, Caesarean Section, Childbirth, Fourth Trimester, Postnatal

I believe, in general, postnatal recovery isn’t given the time and care it needs. New mothers tend to have a short period of rest, and so many demands on them. After having a baby, we may need to rush to get back to being active, without undertaking the proper recovery care. There’s just a lot…

Pelvic Floor: What Every Woman Needs to Know: Kath Baquie from FitNest Mama
After Birth Recovery, Pelvic Floor, Postnatal, Pregnancy

In an ideal world, we’d all learn about pelvic floor health in high school and be fully equipped to care for our pelvic floor muscles. Unfortunately, this isn’t the case, so in today’s episode we delve into pelvic floor health, answering questions for what I believe every woman needs to know about. What are the…

What Can I Expect in My 4th Trimester: Jen Butler from The Early Parenting Podcast
After Birth Recovery, Childbirth, Fourth Trimester, Newborn

There is a wealth of information available to prepare mums-to-be for their pregnancy and birthing experience. Unfortunately, many mums find themselves unprepared and uncertain in the time that follows. Discover newborn life in the 4th trimester with Early Parenting Expert Jen Butler. Jen shares her top few tips for ‘What can I expect in my…

Pregnancy and After Birth: Why doing less is doing more: Rachelle Glendon from Life Coach from How to Live Slow
After Birth Recovery, Caesarean Section, Childbirth, Newborn, Pregnancy, Wellbeing

If you’re feeling overwhelmed, have a to do list as long as your arm or just craving a life of doing less, this episode is a must listen. Whether you’re pregnant, a new mama or finished having babies and in the thick of school run, play-dates and extracurricular activities, this episode is all about slowing…

6 tips to Help Boost Your After Birth Recovery: Kath Baquie from FitNest Mama
After Birth Recovery, Childbirth, Postnatal

Having a baby takes a huge toll on the body and part of my role as a physio for women is to teach women what they can do to help their bodies recover in the best way possible. The first 6 weeks after delivery are all about rest, recovery and restoring your body’s strength and…

4 Key Elements to help Return to running after birth [Part 2]: Kath Baquie from FitNest Mama
After Birth Recovery, Exercise, Pelvic Floor, Postnatal, Running, Workouts

As a physio for women, one of the questions I get asked the most from my clients is when they can return to running after childbirth. There are so many benefits to running as it’s not only great exercise but also a wonderful way to get some solo time and feel normal again. A lot…

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