Julie Summers

Doula, Prenatal Yoga, Pelvic Floor Restore, Cardio&Strength, Personal Training


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Owner of Mommy Fitness, Julie loves what she does.  Her vision to provide Omaha with perinatal fitness began a few years ago when an Omaha OB/GYN physician asked Julie to assist her patients as a wellness consultant, providing guidance in healthy living and exercise during pregnancy.  This initiated a complete shift in her already extensive background in the fitness industry and the dream of opening a studio was born.

Julie has a B.S. in Biology Education and almost 20 years experience in the fitness industry.  Her national certifications include Healthy Mom’s Perinatal Instructor, Pelvic Floor Restore Instructor, AFAA Personal Trainer, Dancing for Birth Instructor, as well as numerous other instructor certifications.  She is also a DONA trained doula and works with cancer survivors as a Certified Cancer Exercise Specialist.

Julie is committed to continuing her education and educating others in order to provide the most comprehensive fitness programs possible. In September of 2014, Julie completed Gail Tully’s Spinning Babies course where she learned about Belly Mapping and fetal positioning which she incorporates into prenatal classes and doula services.  Julie also attended the Indie Birth Midwifery Conference in Sedona, Arizona in March of 2017 to expand her knowledge of birth.

“I never cease to be amazed at the human body, its resilience and strength, its ability to survive and thrive, and yet, it is not infallible. Our bodies and our babies deserve our best; resulting in personal and family health. I love to be a source of support and encouragement and consider it a privilege to walk alongside women on this journey.”

Joyfully yours,

                                                                                                                                                                          Julie Summers BS, CCES, CPT, CD(DONA), CPFI