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Michelle G.

Birth Doula Newborn/Parenting Educator Support Group Facilitator Yoga Instructor
I support women through their pregnancy, labor, birth and postpartum recovery by teaching prenatal and postpartum yoga, well care workshops, and by offering birth support. As a young girl growing up in NM I found that riding horses gave me a sense of calm that I later found on my yoga mat. I began practicing yoga in 2000, since my daughter was born in 1998, I had not yet discovered how yoga would enhance my pregnancy. With my son’s birth in 2003 I could tell the benefits of yoga as my pregnancy progressed. At this point I knew I wanted to share my experience with other women. This is why I’ve dedicated myself to teaching prenatal & postpartum yoga, lead well care workshops, & offer birth support. I love helping mothers connect with their babies through yoga and watching babies & children respond to its soothing calm and peacefulness. I’ve finally found my passion in assisting women through the full spectrum of well care from pregnancy to recovery in the postpartum period.

Verified
Experienced Level Experience
8 Certifications

Jess E.

Yoga Instructor
I offer yoga and mindfulness meditation for women who are trying to become pregnant, are expecting and new moms. As you navigate this journey, the techniques I teach show you how to stay present, be strong (both physically and mentally), self-care, and remaining grounded throughout this profoundly incredible experience. My path to yoga started as an undergrad when I took my first yoga class, and as cliche as it may sound, I was hooked; I enjoyed the gentle flow from pose to pose as well as the inner peace I felt at the end of class by being able to let go of things. When I began thinking about becoming a mom, I started a prenatal yoga teacher training, so I could become more informed about the whole experience.. I wasn't sure if I would ever teach classes. It took me nearly three years to become pregnant, and included multiple interventions: IUIs, IVFs, weekly acupuncture, mindfulness meditation, and especially yoga for fertility, which I researched and taught myself. Yoga offered me gentle movement and a safe place to be with what was going on. After going through this very intense and emotional journey to become a mama, I decided to finish my Prenatal yoga teacher training in order to offer moms-to-be guidance on their journey to motherhood.

Verified
Experienced Level Experience
3 Certifications

Krissy S.

Fitness Coach Health Coach Pregnancy Coach Support Group Facilitator Yoga Instructor
To be totally transparent, I would rather talk about my kids than me any day. Here is something that is not a secret, I am a passionate mama. Here’s a secret, I love it and hate it at times too. Some days, I have felt totally vital and of complete service but I have also felt drained and lost in my role as a mama and a teacher. It is a balancing act. A daily check in of where am I? How am I? What can I do to set myself in alignment to what matters most, each day. That is the key. Each day offers us something new.

Verified
No Experience
4 Certifications

Alicia A.

Lactation Counselor (CLC) Postpartum Chef Postpartum Doula Yoga Instructor
I am prenatal and postpartum chef, herbalist and yoga teacher. I believe that whole foods and plants are our greatest healers. I feel continually awed by all aspects of birth; serving families during this incredible time in life and helping them thrive is truly my passion.

Verified
Expert Level Experience
1 Certification

Zina D.

Antipartum Doula Baby Feeding Specialist Birth Counselor Birth Doula Lactation Counselor (CLC) Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) Massage Therapist Newborn/Parenting Educator Postpartum Doula Yoga Instructor Pregnancy Coach
Zina’s personal birthing experience began 26 years ago when she had her first daughter and then she went on to have seven more children. In 2006 she developed a passion for Massage Therapy and Doula work. She found herself on a healing path and decided to study Reiki and then became a Reiki Master. She has earned other certifications in Pre & Postnatal Yoga and Thai Massage. She enjoys being a Massage Therapy Instructor, and hosting workshops for women’s empowerment in New York and New Jersey. Her passion is empowering women to find their inner voice. Helping women to define their personal practice with yoga, meditation, and using tools like essential oils are just a few ways that she supports prenatal and postnatal moms to gather and know their inner power to deliver their babies. She’s passionate about helping women to make informed decisions for themselves and their families. Zina believes there is a physical, emotional and spiritual experience that happens during the birthing journey for woman, and her goal is to help all moms and their babies find their special connection from inside the womb during the pregnancy and beyond

Not Verified
Expert Level Experience
3 Certifications

Rachel W.

Fitness Coach Health Coach Yoga Instructor
I’m an expert in postnatal fitness, which means that I can heal your body. Yes, yours. I have rehabilitated a woman with four fingers of diastasis without surgery. Pelvic pain, hip pain, wrist pain, tearing, prolapse—I deal with all of these injuries. Listen, you don’t come out of pregnancy and birth uninjured. Using my deep knowledge of postpartum physical therapy and fitness, I can heal you from the inside out. But I wasn’t always a postpartum pro. There was a time when I couldn’t even heal myself. When I became a mother for the first time, my world cracked open. I found myself trying to transform into a perfect wife and mother, complete with homemade pie on a beautifully set table. That self-inflicted pressure was weighing on me mentally. And physically, despite all of my self-care go-tos—my yoga practice and favorite boutique fitness classes—my body wasn’t healing. Even with more than 20 years of yoga, Eastern medicine, and fitness knowledge under my belt, I didn’t know the first thing about fixing my postpartum body—my injured wrists, chronic hip and lower back pain and lack of core stability. So I met with a ton of pelvic health experts and physical therapists. I dove back into restorative yoga, and studied the links between the nervous system, relaxation, strength and stability. I shifted from hardcore workouts to balance-focused ones. Don’t get me wrong—I love a good, sweaty workout. I just needed to heal my postpartum body before working my way back to that level of intensity. I pulled my meditation cushion out of the closet, deepening my mind-body connection and listening to my body’s feedback on the work I was doing. Not only was my body healing and strengthening, my mind was sharpening, becoming more focused and happy. By scheduling time to heal and strengthen my body, I was able to listen to my overworked mind. Finally, I started to thrive. As new mothers, we are busier than we’ve ever been. Exercise is often the thing that drops off our never-ending to-do lists. Yet, new mothers need exercise—to heal and strengthen our postpartum bodies and to prevent chronic injuries. Movement helps us sift through the mind chatter and unconscious scripts—to reveal our essential needs and wants. It allows us to know ourselves more fully. From there, we are able to be the emotionally available, patient, loving mothers we want to be. With Revolution Motherhood, I take everything I’ve learned in my personal journey and share it with you. I make your “me time” meaningful by healing and strengthening your body, and by giving you a roadmap to your own mental well-being and happiness. Too often, new mothers step into a selfless, giving role that was carved out generations ago. I help women rewrite those stories, and embody their own definition of a strong, thriving mother. From there, you can heal the world. You can start a revolution.

Verified
Expert Level Experience
3 Certifications