The body is a self-healing, self-regulating unit. It’s pretty incredible. But wound closure isn’t the only thing that needs to heal after a Cesarean delivery, so there are a few extra things to consider that I encourage all of my patients to do.
The act of genuine listening can help us heal. Listening to another person’s story can actually help you heal your own story.
HER Health Collective roundtables provide an opportunity for us to bring our panel of experts together to discuss important issues that are relevant to mothers in our community. The topics discussed in this session include: Diastasis Recti and common myths, Prolapse, Endometriosis, Perimenopause, and Self-Advocating when feeling dismissed by a provider.
It’s as if we use a predictive text feature in our brain. It’s challenging to see how things will play out without any assumptions or judgments of what’s coming next. But if we release the assumptions and judgements we may find that our future looks much brighter.
HER Health Collective roundtables provide an opportunity for us to bring our panel of experts together to discuss important issues that are relevant to mothers in our community. The topics discussed in this session include: Diet Trends, How Food Affects Us, Supplementation, Fasting, and Dietary Restriction.
HER Self-Care Series:
This one hour flow led by HER Expert, Dr. Lindsay Mumma is safe for both pregnant and postpartum women. Beginning with a focus on breathwork and then progressing to the innate functional movements our bodies were designed to do, this hour session will leave you with a wealth of knowledge about your body.
Lack of full breathing can impact our energy, mood, core stability, and even cardiovascular health. Dr. Mumma teaches you how to breathe on purpose.
Local women’s health experts discuss the skills mothers can use to navigate the current COVID-19 pandemic and how they can manage the anxiety and stress of social distancing.