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What to Do If Your Kid Is W-sitting

W-Sitting and the Junction of Trust, Respect, and Function

If you’ve been in any BIRTHFIT class, you know that we have a lot of influence from the study of developmental kinesiology – how all humans innately move (without instruction), which has primarily come from DNS (Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization).  Another organization that also encourages innate movement patterns to be respected …

Deadlift Is Queen

Deadlift Is Queen: The Ins and Outs of the Deadlift

In BIRTHFIT training, we love deadlifts. You may hear us say that the “squat is king” for so many obvious and valid reasons. I would go on to say that the “deadlift is queen” and equally as important to maintaining functionality throughout all stages of life. As tiny humans, we …

The Top Five Tips to Prepare Your Pelvic Floor for Birth

The Top Five Tips to Prepare Your Pelvic Floor for Birth

Our pelvic floors are powerful. They’re not only the foundation of our core, but being that humans are the only fully biped mammal, they support us every time we take a step, cough, or sneeze, AND they are super important in making sex pleasurable!    Here are the “Top Five …

What To Expect From Your First Period Following Pregnancy

What To Expect From Your First Period Following Pregnancy

There are always a lot of questions surrounding fertility while breastfeeding and the return of your menstrual cycle following birth. This is different for every woman and the range of “normal” can be vast. Some women’s menstrual cycles resume shortly after giving birth, while others may not resume cycling until well …

Who is your #1

Who Is Your #1?

The motherhood transition is a magical time for women and their partners. This transition takes place from the time of conception to when baby has been 12 months earth side. During preconception and pregnancy many women strive for wellness, reading every blog and listening to every podcast to learn all there …

10 Things to Do While Breastfeeding (That Don’t Involve Your Phone)

10 Things to Do While Breastfeeding (That Don’t Involve Your Phone)

Are you a multi-tasker who wants to enjoy your breastfeeding journey while embracing BIRTHFIT’s mindset pillar? Read on for 10 things to do while breastfeeding that don’t involve your phone! We see you: trying to do it all and manage yourself, your family, and so much more all while sacrificing …

Essential Oils Throughout Your Pregnancy

Using Essential Oils Throughout your Pregnancy

Plenty of changes take place during pregnancy, both physically and emotionally. The use of essential oils can help a mama-to-be have an easier and more enjoyable motherhood transition. You may be new to the use of essential oils so I want you to know what essential oils are, how oils …

Breastfeeding Tips

Tips to Thrive: Breastfeeding in the Early Postpartum Days

Within BIRTHFIT, we often talk about the first two weeks being a period of co-regulation in the Motherhood Transition. The first two weeks can be huge transitional period physically and emotionally, especially with learning to breastfeed. As natural and primitive breastfeeding is, sometimes it doesn’t come easy. Here are some …

Relationships with a New Baby

Navigating Important Relationships with a New Baby

When a child is born, so is a mother. Getting to know yourself as a mother can be challenging, and on top of that add in the complexity of how this transition impacts your other relationships with a new baby. Let’s examine some of the ways that your relationships may …

Homemade Infant Formula Recipes

Homemade Infant Formula Recipes

The formula industry is extensive and parents often struggle to find an infant formula that closely matches the macro content of human milk. Breast milk is mostly composed of fats and proteins while formula is very high in carbohydrates. Additionally, quality of ingredients can be a definite struggle, as can …