I started my first company before having children. When you're Type A like me, it just comes natural to work 60-80 hours per week to make it happen. Then my son was born. So the first Work-Life-Family balance I experienced was my maternity leave. From then on, it was time to get on with it, and pretend like my entire life wasn't just upturned by becoming a parent.
What if I told you that there are some cultures that give a new mom the respect and reverence she deserves? I don’t have to tell you that we are NOT living in one of those cultures. With so much going on during this postpartum window, it’s important for a support team to keep a new mom’s body nourished so she can navigate all this “newness.”
Every year around this time the conversation turns to bettering ourselves - mentally, physically, emotionally, spiritually. But it can be daunting and many resolutions soon fall by the wayside. Here are 4 simple things we can all do to make 2017 our best, healthiest and most balanced year yet.
If you’ve been intimidated by the idea of going to a yoga class, I totally feel you.
I didn’t think I had “a yoga body.” I’m not in great shape & I buy my yoga leggings in the plus-size section. And I most certainly can’t to a headstand (frankly, I don’t have any desire to!)
They are all over the internet - Facebook, Pinterest, blogs. And every time you walk through Target, strangers see you belly and feel compelled to share the birth story of every woman they know.
For those of us who work full-time, outside of the home - it can be easy to become dissatisfied with the day to day of the business world. But...
With our new check-in/sale station we've got a great spot to feature local resources for Omaha families!
One of the best parts of what we do is hearing your empowered birth stories. We share them in class and over coffee. But what would happen if we shared them with even more Omaha moms?
You know hearing positive stories from other moms helped you so much during your pregnancy. They helped you gain the confidence you needed. Pass that on to another mom by sending us a short selfie video.
Our moms say it all the time. "I've never been to a prenatal yoga class like this before."
Stats say that one in 7 women in the U.S. suffers from some form of maternal mental illness. And that's only the ones we know about. So many women struggle and suffer in silence, on their own. Let's stop that now. Join us Monday, December 7th 6-7.30 pm at the studio.