Valerie DeMasi from Baby Bodywork Amy Jackson and Valerie DeMasi talk about the benefits of touch for moms and babies. Valerie is a Licensed Massage Therapist and she teaches infant massage classes and her company (Bodywork Inc) has massage therapists for all members of your family.
Amy Jackson and Nicci Kristine talk about movement, rest, nutrition, and community support. Nicci is a prenatal yoga instructor, birth and postpartum doula, and eating disorder coach.
Real Mom Talk Episode 5: Amy is joined by Dr. Jill Zimmerman from Perfectly Fit Wellness. Jill talks about the importance of physical health on mental health and how to be a healthy mom in order to have a healthy family.
Today I am talking with Nora McEachen from Wild Thing Wellness. She is a wellness coach for moms and a yoga teacher.
Amy talks with Amber Seifts about what it means to be a Birth/Labor and Postpartum Doula.
Megan Rome and Amy Jackson continue their discussion about what new moms can do postpartum for their mental and pelvic floor health
Megan Rome from Rome Physical Therapy chats with Amy about pelvic floor health, what exercises you can do after you have had a baby, and what is normal vs abnormal after you deliver.
Follow Sweetgrass Counseling on YouTube I have started a YouTube channel where I will be interviewing moms, businesses, and professionals that work with moms. Each week in sessions I am constantly getting questions about where do I go for (indoor playground, mom groups, child therapists, chiropractic care, doulas, night nurses, primary care, pediatricians, daycare, yoga, […]
Below is an article I wrote for Charleston Mom Blog. Feel free to check out the article and other information at their website Here “I feel: angry/irritable, anxious, hopeless, powerless/alone, so TIRED, out of control, scared/disconnected, so overwhelmed, like I’m never going to feel like myself again, like no one understands, like I’m a bad […]
There is no one answer for the question of whether or not to take medications for postpartum depression while pregnant and/or breastfeeding. Just like there is not a specific treatment that works for everyone experiencing symptoms of postpartum depression. Some women may see a decrease in symptoms with therapy, some with medication, some with a […]