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''Good beginnings make a positive difference in the world, so it is worth our while to provide the best possible care for mothers and babies throughout this extraordinarily influential part of life."

Ina May Gaskin​

Most expectant mothers spend their resources on a birth photographer, nursery decor, and baby equipment, but most do not consider spending their resources on their own self-care and wellness. Education is about what to expect during postpartum recovery is not often a part of standard prenatal visits, so the experience can be overwhelming. Contrary to popular belief, the postpartum recovery period extends beyond the first six weeks after childbirth and can encompass a wide range of physical, emotional, psychological, social, and environmental challenges, all of which may impact a woman’s ability to thrive AND the well-being of her baby.

The well-being of mothers is the fabric from which the future of our society is made. 

Dr. Oscar Serrallach

may experience low back or pelvic pain during the first year postpartum

82% of women

The transition into motherhood is a vulnerable period of time which can affect the rest of mother and baby's lives. Postpartum support is absolutely essential to ensure that Mama is nourished & nurtured so that she can in turn nourish & nurture her baby. All mothers need time and space to rest, heal, and bond with their new baby. They need time, free from other obligations and responsibilities, so that they can put all of their energy into