I often get asked about why I am so passionate about working with pre & postnatal women, so I wanted to tell you a bit about my journey to creating Planet Mama – from feeling lost in the corporate world to finding myself again through movement!
What should you ask your Doctor at your six week postnatal check? Remember happy mum = happy baby and take these questions with you so you feel empowered and prepared.
What is normal and what to expect after having a caesarean? Our tips for managing your recovery period after an abdominal birth.
First things first: Resting and healing is the most important thing for you to do after giving birth. But for when you’re ready, here are our top tips.
Diastasis Recti: Diastasis is completely normal, but here are some ways we can gently start to heal it postpartum
Postpartum incontinence: Is it normal to leak after having a baby? How to heal your pelvic floor to stop it.
What are postpartum postural pains? Postpartum pain affects many women during the fourth trimester. Here are our simple tips to ease and fix any aches and pains.
What is pelvic girdle pain? Pelvic girdle pain affects many pregnant and postnatal women. Here are our tips to help ease pelvic girdle pain
What are the baby blues? Have I got postnatal depression? It is normal to experience a huge range of emotions after giving birth, as your body and hormones adjust. We discuss what you might expect and when to ask for help
The physical, hormonal and emotional changes and upheaval you will be going through can be really challenging – this post will prepare you for your postpartum body and what is normal after childbirth.