Podcast Episode #1

Why I started the FitNest Mama Podcast

Why I started the FitNest Mama Podcast: Kath Baquie from FitNest Mama

Welcome to the first episode of the FitNest Mama podcast.  If you are pregnant or have recently had a baby, this podcast is for you.  We’ll be talking all things pregnancy, childbirth and postnatal recovery to equip you with the tools you need to stay healthy and active during and after pregnancy.

In this episode, I share a bit about my background and the challenging experience during my second pregnancy that led to the birth of FitNest Mama.  I’ve always loved working in women’s health and this podcast is going to leave no subject untouched.  From boobs to bum and everything in between, I’ll be speaking to industry professionals on a variety of topics in bite size baby friendly episodes.  

Stay tuned for more episodes coming soon.  FitNest Mama is dedicated to helping you have a healthy and active pregnancy, confident childbirth and strong recovery so you can get back to doing what you love with a bubba by your side.

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