I help women with education to guide them through the physical changes the experience during the pre-natal and postpartum phases to help them remain active and recovery physically.
I empower women with the ability to take care of themselves physically and teach them the importance of doing so, to help them be the best woman they can be.
I educate women how to live a lifestyle of wellness that is maintainable throughout various stages of womanhood.
“Things just haven’t been the same since I’ve had kids.”
“I’m back to everything I was doing before having my baby, but I won’t jump on a trampoline or go running, but that’s normal right?”
“I just don’t have time to take care of myself after I take care of everyone else.”
“Someday I’ll get back to doing what I enjoy, but I just can’t find the time right now.”
Which one of these sentences have you told yourself before? Have you told yourself all of them? As women, we experience so many physical changes over the course of our life, many of which stem from making tiny humans. As we experience life, with all the ups and downs, it is easy to find ourselves feeling lost. One minute, we know exactly where we are headed, the next we are sitting her wondering if it is normal to pee your pants a little every time you jump. (Which is not normal, by the way.)
As women, we tend to feel the need to take care of others, before we take care of ourselves. I am here to tell you that there is a better way. When we take care of ourselves we can better take care of those around us, and this is where I come in. I have watched friends and family struggle to find themselves and be comfortable in their bodies after a variety of life changes. I have watched them put themselves at the bottom of the list and we all know, you never actually finish the list. I have watched as the just accept physical changes as “normal” because everyone “else is dealing with it, so there must not be anything I can do”.
I am here to help. I am here to educate. I am here to coach. I am here to empower. We don’t have to just simply survive, we can take charge of our bodies and we can rock at it.