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Postnatal Podcast Episodes

Postpartum brain fog with doula Julia Jones
Fourth Trimester, Newborn, Postnatal

In this podcast episode I am chatting about baby brain and postpartum brain fog with doula Julia Jones. Baby brain and postpartum brain fog are terms that are thrown around a lot during pregnancy and motherhood. So I was super excited to get in touch with doula Julia Jones to discuss all things baby brain…

Newborn sleep tips with Melbourne Baby Sleep Consultant Jazz
Fourth Trimester, Motherhood, Newborn, Postnatal

In this episode today I am chatting with Melbourne-based Baby sleep consultant Jazz Kostov. Jazz is a sleep consultant, midwife, maternal child health nurse, and mother, and we discussed some amazing tips for pregnant and new mums. Sleep is a BIG topic, so in this episode, we tried to focus on those first few months…

10 Reasons to include postnatal rehab in your after birth plan: Kath Baquie from FitNest Mama
After Birth Recovery, Exercise, Postnatal, Running, Workouts

Why do we need postnatal rehab? When we think of rehab, we often think of rehab after a sports injury, or perhaps an addiction. If a pro footballer has a knee injury, they may have surgery. And then it’s a given they will have a period of rehab before getting back on the footy field. …

6 Week Check - What to expect: Dr Miranda Bradley from Thrive Perinatal
After Birth Recovery, Breastfeeding, Fourth Trimester, Motherhood, Postnatal

What to expect from a 6 week or postnatal check? The postnatal or 6 week check is really important for both mum and bubs after the birth. In the episode with Dr Miranda Bradley – a GP, mum of three, and founder of Thrive Perinatal, we discuss: — What is a 6 week check?— What…

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…

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…

Do Full Moons affect Pregnancy: Ilana Kosakiewicz from The Energy Shift Podcast
Mindfulness, Postnatal, Pregnancy

I have a super interesting discussion for you today as I talk about all things energy with Ilana Kosakiewicz, a kinesiologist, energy coach and yoga and meditation teachers. I’ll be bold enough to say that it’s an episode that every woman should listen to. It is about motherhood, hormones, and the affect of the lunar…

Four Common Mistakes When Exercising During Pregnancy & After Birth Kath Baquie from FitNest Mama
Exercise, Postnatal, Pregnancy

As a physio working in women’s health, I’m certainly an advocate for staying fit and healthy before, during and after pregnancy. Throughout pregnancy and during those first few months after birth, it’s sometimes difficult to know how to approach exercise and can be overwhelming to face in the midst of morning sickness, fatigue and sleep…

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…

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