Planning for Baby's arrival? You've got the nursery figured out, registered and gathered the essentials, and you're meeting weekly with your birthing team to monitor your baby's health and development. During pregnancy, your health gets a lot of attention. Then once Baby comes all the sudden it's on the back burner. For most women, postpartum recovery isn't on their radar. Everything will just go back to normal, right? Don't we wish.

Most women have unrealistic expectations for post-natal health and functionality. Sadly, this sets her up for disappointment, instead of awe and appreciation for the birth her body just performed. But not you. You've decided you want something different for your postpartum health. And it all starts with becoming informed.

How will birth impact you physically, mentally, and emotionally?

Possible changes you might face after the baby comes:

  1. Digestive issues and constipation
  2. Abdominal weakness
  3. Back pain
  4. Urinary leaking
  5. Difficulty returning to exercise

How do those issues, if unaddressed, impact you in the long term?

  1. Prolapsed uterus or bladder
  2. Diastesis recti - aka "Mommy Tummy"
  3. Worsened urinary incontinence
  4. Chronic back pain
  5. Sexual dysfunction

Not the most hopeful list to read, right? Although this seems alarming -- good news! These issues are preventable! Learn how to avoid them with the Self-Care Survival Guide for Expecting Mommies Online Course.

Meet Your Instructor, Jenn Lane

Holistic Physical Therapist and Mother of Twins

In this course you will learn:

  • Common postnatal challenges and how to handle them so they don't become chronic
  • Exercises and techniques to heal and restore body functionality, including abdominal strength
  • Techniques to manage stress
  • Recommended planning tasks to line up help and get on the same page with your partner ahead of time
  • How to monitor your mental health and decipher if you need to seek professional guidance
  • How to fit in time for self-care amidst all the realities of having a newborn

...So you can feel healthy and enjoy motherhood!

This course includes:

  1. 19 video lessons
  2. Demonstration videos
  3. Instructional hand-outs
  4. Progress and habit tracker
  5. Recommended care products
  6. Bonus material

All content can be revisited as needed

Course Curriculum

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  Preparing for self-care once Baby arrives
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  How will my body be impacted after delivery?
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  Restoring Digestive Health
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  Reconnecting abdominal muscles and relieving back pain
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  Rehabilitating the pelvic floor
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  Monitoring your mental health
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  Leaning on Community
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  Bonus Material
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  Wrap up
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About Jenn Lane, Holistic Physical Therapist

A licensed Pelvic Floor Specialist and Orthopedic Manual Therapist, Jennifer Lane has been practicing PT since 2002 in Denver, CO. Passionate about her work and eager to learn, she regularly invests in continuing education, including Functional Dry Needling and Pelvic Floor Therapy. A certified Pilates Instructor, she incorporates exercises into care plans for clients.

Jenn’s goal is to provide individualized, hands-on care to clients with an emphasis on looking at the whole person rather than just the ailment or dysfunction. A key reason for opening her own practice is to spend more time with each person to ensure great outcomes for clients.

An avid mountain biker, skier, and mother of twins involved in sports, Jenn practices what she preaches to her clients. She understands what it’s like to balance family, an intense work life, and a healthy lifestyle- allowing her to give realistic guidance.

Learn more about Jenn's experience, training, and certifications.