Interview with Dino Cocea, from YogaSix Littleton

June 17, 2021 by Jane Chevalier Tell me about your business. We are a vinyasa-based yoga and fitness studio where we connect students with breath and movement. Our six core classes fulfill every need, whether someone is looking for a relaxing stretch or a challenging workout that leaves them in a puddle of sweat. WhetherContinue reading “Interview with Dino Cocea, from YogaSix Littleton”

My Top 5 Things That Got Me Through the Trenches of Immediate Postpartum

June 16, 2021 by Jane Chevalier Let’s face it – the postpartum period is something that calls for planning, tools and asking for help! Although a lot of planning is needed towards your last weeks of pregnancy to prep for the birth of your baby, so is the time immediately following; the postpartum period. ThereContinue reading “My Top 5 Things That Got Me Through the Trenches of Immediate Postpartum”

Interview with Cynthia Tinajero, from Mamistad

June 15, 2021 by Jane Chevalier Tell me about your business. Mamistad was created to honor and celebrate the journey of first-time pregnant and brand new moms by helping them find others like them to share it with. The goal is to connect first-time pregnant moms, and moms of newborns with others whose babies areContinue reading “Interview with Cynthia Tinajero, from Mamistad”

Interview with Katie Rennon, from Labor of Love

May 25, 2021 By Jane Chevalier Tell me about your business. The Labor of Love Co. is focused on maternal wellness! As a Certified Childbirth Educator, my goal is to prepare parents with all the information they need to make informed birthing decisions in partnership with their care providers. From pregnancy nutrition & fitness, toContinue reading “Interview with Katie Rennon, from Labor of Love”

Interview with Jill Jones, from Fit4Mom

May 20, 2021 By Jane Chevalier Tell me about your business. FIT4MOM is the nation’s leading company for pre and postnatal health, wellness, and fitness programs for every stage of motherhood. From pregnancy through postpartum and beyond, our fitness and wellness programs help make moms strong in body, mind, and spirit. By providing mom withContinue reading “Interview with Jill Jones, from Fit4Mom”

Interview with Dr. Rebecca Campbell, from Integrated Physical Therapy

May 1, 2021 By Jane Chevalier Tell me about Integrated Physical Therapy. We are a woman-owned and run physical therapy clinic specializing in all things pelvic health (for both women and men), TMJ, and general orthopedics. We are also an all-doctorate practice with many specialty trainings under our belts, including Functional Dry Needling, courses forContinue reading “Interview with Dr. Rebecca Campbell, from Integrated Physical Therapy”

Benefits of Physical Therapy for the Pelvic Floor

April 24, 2021 By Gloria Lee & Jane Chevalier What are Pelvic Floor muscles? Pelvic Floor – it’s a buzz word you hear about during pregnancy…so what is it? Set of muscles that run from the pubic bone in the front to the tailbone in the back, and from one sitting bone to the other,Continue reading “Benefits of Physical Therapy for the Pelvic Floor”

Interview with Jessie Miller, from Foundations Family Medicine

Tell me about your business.  Foundations Family Medicine is a family Naturopathic clinic that focuses on preventative medicine, acute and chronic care. Naturopathic doctors focus on getting to the root cause of disease by using both conventional and functional labs, physical exam, and a detailed health history. We use many diverse therapies with an emphasisContinue reading “Interview with Jessie Miller, from Foundations Family Medicine”

Tip Tuesday: Hospital Birth or Birth Center?

March 17, 2021 by Jane Chevalier Hospitals & birth centers: what are the major differences? I personally have experienced both, as I intended on having a birth center birth, but ended up in a hospital. My care was at a birth center until I was 39 weeks when I then had to transfer to anContinue reading “Tip Tuesday: Hospital Birth or Birth Center?”

Tip Tuesday: Moving Baby Out of Your Room and Into Their Own Crib Once & For All

March 24, 2021 By Jane Chevalier Moving past the fear of moving baby out of your room and into their crib to sleep can be difficult. Following these steps might help:  Establish a “Safe Anchor” like a song or poem you can sing, hum, speak or play as a non-physical comfort tool. As tempting asContinue reading “Tip Tuesday: Moving Baby Out of Your Room and Into Their Own Crib Once & For All”