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Yoga | Birth | Babies

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Take ownership of your pregnancy, birth, and parenthood! Join Deb Flashenberg as she dives into conversations with some of the world’s leading pregnancy, birth, yoga and baby experts. Deb and her guests are voices of calm and reason, sharing practical, relevant and insightful information that is helpful for people at all stages of parenting. These lively conversations will inform and entertain you as you embark on this new phase in your life. Deb is the founder and director of the Prenatal Y ...
 
A podcast dedicated to educating and empowering women from preconception, pregnancy, birth, and through early motherhood on wellness lifestyle. The host, Dr. Laura Brayton, is a maternity/pediatric chiropractor and mother who has hand-selected experts in natural, holistic health-care specialties to shine light on options and choices during this exciting phase of a woman’s life.
 
Each week, through long format interviews, host, Cora Geroux uncovers answers to tough questions about Teaching Yoga. How can we truly make our yoga spaces inclusive? Is it possible to make a sustainable living doing this work? How do we shift from cultural appropriation to appreciation in yoga? This show is a space for real, raw conversation, a place to remind you that you’re not alone, and a resource for your life and work on a spiritual path. Stay connected with your host, and follow the ...
 
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Diastasis recti and the pelvic floor have fortunately become part of the conversation in prenatal and postpartum wellness. With knowledge comes power, confidence and choices. Pregnant folks and new parents are no longer in the dark about what is happening to their body and can take an active role in helping to restore and heal postpartum. In this e…
 
Today’s episode with Elisa Jouannet is the first episode in a new series of student spotlights that will be coming out over the next few weeks. A few months ago, I invited some of our students to come on the podcast, and share the exciting projects that they have been creating in the world. I’m forever in awe, and inspired by the passion, determina…
 
Have you ever looked at an old picture of yourself before kids and thought about how much your life has changed? Crossing the threshold into parenthood isn’t about simply adjusting to life with a child. It’s a remarkable transformation to one’s personal identity and how you relate to the world around you and within relationships. In this episode of…
 
Carole Shipman is a nurse midwife, mother and grandmother who loves catching babies and caring for women and their families. She is so appreciative of the privilege of being able to attend home and hospital births. She has been serving families for almost 30 years. For more information, check her out on Instagram @gentleheartmidwiferyofficial or he…
 
I recently returned the Spinnig Babies Parent Educator Training and have been so inspired by the work that I wanted to re-release this wonderful and insightful conversation with Spinning Babies® founder, Gail Tully. In this episode of Yoga|Birth|Babies, Gail Tully (CPM) explains Spinning Babies® methodology and shares how the baby’s position and th…
 
As a childbirth educator, I am thrilled that I see so many people putting thoughtful effort into learning about their options for birth and thinking about their birth values. Unfortunately, the same rigor is not often put into postpartum education. Not just how to change a diaper or feed your newborn, but the emotional rollercoaster of postpartum, …
 
Carmen Baker is an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) with a BA from Princeton University in Art and Archaeology. Her sons, born in 1991, 1994, 1996 and 2000, continue to be her inspiration. Through and with them, she has experienced so many of the challenges and joys of breastfeeding and parenting. These have challenged her…
 
Did you know that the memory of your birth and your satisfaction with it directly correspond to how you perceive being treated during pregnancy, birth, and postpartum? This is a big reason why it’s important to make sure you’re getting the support and respect you need throughout your whole journey of pregnancy, birth, and parenthood. In this week’s…
 
When I first started this podcast in 2019, I was fresh out of 10 years of teaching yoga, leading yoga teacher training and running two yoga studios. And wow, how things have changed since then. I've started a new business, changed careers and my life looks nothing like it did in only two years ago - so I thought it was about time that the podcast s…
 
How much have you thought about preparing your body for conception? Did you know that you can boost your fertility and balance your hormones to support your chances of conceiving through the practice of yoga and nutrition? In this week’s episode of Yoga|Birth |Babies, I speak with award-winning registered dietitian nutritionist, registered yoga tea…
 
Laura Weisberg is a registered dietitian helping numerous women balance their hormones, optimize their fertility and manage their weight for life. Her mission is to make it easy for women to eat intentionally to find a happy, healthy, feel-good pregnancy. For more information, check out her website at www.thebumprd.com. Please click the like button…
 
👉 Join Now: Zero-50 Email Challenge At one point or another, almost every yoga teacher I know has thought “Am I really a contractor, or… am I an employee?” The answer to that question has big implications - things like your working rights, superannuation (RRSP/401k), holiday pay…it can even affect your ability to work for multiple studios, or run y…
 
Back in July, at 37 weeks pregnant, Elisa, attended my prenatal yoga class in which we spoke of the importance of keeping an open mind about one’s birth plan. Little did she know that the next day she would be in labor. Several weeks later, Elisa wrote to me saying “I can still hear your words in my head about 1 out of 3 people have their baby by c…
 
In today’s episode, Deb Flashenberg, founder of the Prenatal Yoga Center in NYC shares the secrets behind how she built, and maintained a sustainable business over almost 20 years - even while many other yoga centers have come and gone in that time. I was thrilled to speak with Deb, and shout out to Mado Hesselink (our guest on episode 72) who intr…
 
Alice Browning runs an online yoga studio that is a “landing pad for women to feel less isolated and more supported in their own experiences of being a woman.” Early in 2020, like every other yoga teacher, Alice went online - however, she went beyond teaching zoom classes, and stepped into running a full blown online studio, which now hosts several…
 
It is a privilege to have quality perinatal health care and assistance in conceiving. Unfortunately, due to a myriad of factors included a broken healthcare system, many people are not able to access the support they need. In this episode of Yoga|Birth|Babies, I speak with Expectful’s Co-Founder and CEO, Nathalie Walton about the biggest obstacles …
 
Jess Quarello was born in Sweden but raised in North Carolina. She started singing at the age of 5 years old and pursued a career in music, modeling and performance. She received her BFA in Music Theatre from Elon University and after graduation moved to NYC to continue her career. She had some great successes which included national commercials, a…
 
For many years, before formalized childbirth education class, knowledge of birth was transferred to expectant parents through birth stories from members of their community and families. Birth stories can continue to contribute to the preparation and confidence for one’s upcoming birth and offer personal stories and real human interactions rather th…
 
I first discovered Ariana Rabinovitch’s work in 2015 while I was developing my first 200 HR Yoga Teacher Training. Her podcast, Yoga & Beyond inspired and informed me on so many areas in relation to what we know about yoga from science. Since that time Ariana has continued to contribute to the yoga community through her work at Yoga Research & Beyo…
 
More than half of adults experience at least one traumatic event in their lives. Up to 45% of new parents report their birth was traumatic. Given the prevalence of trauma in our population and specifically the perinatal community, it's important that one’s yoga practice supports healing not further trigger trauma. For yoga teachers it's necessary t…
 
Anand J Sukhadia is a first-generation American of Indian Descent. Being around Allopathic and Holistic Health Practitioners throughout his upbringing, Anand knew his calling was in bridging together the best values of East and Western worlds and do it with a spiritual and holistically health-related flare. Anand is also the Founder & Director at o…
 
Long time friend of the podcast, Mark Ashmore comes back on the show to share how the practice of chanting mantra and kirtan can bring us into resonance with the heart. Mark has been practicing and leading kirtan throughout Australia for many years, and has recently recorded a new album, Heartlight. I’ve had his album on repeat in the background wh…
 
There’s a lot of fear surrounding age and pregnancy. It’s as if awakening on your 35th birthday renders you conceptionally challenged. But why has that pressure been put on people? What does it really mean to have a baby after 35? And, what can we do to increase fertility at 35 and beyond? In this episode of Yoga|Birth|Babies, I speak with Shannon …
 
Hello Friends! It’s Spring here in Australia, which means it’s officially time for my next seasonal update. In this episode I share: A personal update on my struggles during our recent lockdown What’s been getting me through in the last 12 weeks A few stories of the incredible businesses our students have started An invitation to join our community…
 
Pregnancy and new parenthood are often isolating and people are feeling it now more than ever. This is one of the reasons why we put such a heavy emphasis on community building at PYC and share birth stories. In this episode of Yoga |Birth |Babies, I have the honor of listening to the birth story and pregnancy journey of one of our community member…
 
Nathalie is the CEO and Co-Founder of Expectful, a holistic wellness app for hopeful, expecting, and new moms. She is also the mother of her twenty-month-old son, Everett. Nathalie has spent the last decade in leadership roles at Airbnb, Google, and eBay. She has an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business and a B.A. in Economics from Geor…
 
What is asana? Are they a particular set of shapes? Is asana the shapes that were derived from the poses from Ashtanga, or Iyengar yoga? A meditation posture? Or, something else? After practicing Ashtanga for 8 years, Olivia Bergreen began exploring new ways of moving, and teaching movement - and now, as a newly graduated physiotherapist and yoga t…
 
Can you have a child and a life? That question is answered by this week’s guest, Ericka Sóuter, journalist and author of the book, How to Have a Kid and Life: A Survival Guide. In this week’s episode of Yoga| Birth|Babies, Ericka lays out what it means to continue to escalate in one’s career while still being present as a parent. She also gives sol…
 
Want to learn the 6 Steps To Successfully Launching Your Yoga Business? Register now for the Free training. Episode Description: At one point in today’s episode, Luvena shares that the sign of a great teacher is that they leave you with more questions than answers. And that is exactly how I felt when Luvena and I finished our conversation this afte…
 
Newborn babies have some peculiar quirks, habits, and bodily functions. If you’re entering parenthood unfamiliar with what’s normal and what isn’t you might be scared or deeply concerned by things that are pretty routine for new babies. In this episode of Yoga |Birth|Babies, board-certified Pediatrician and IBCLC, Dr. Tracey Agnese demystifies the …
 
Elizabeth King is a Certified Fertility Health Coach, Master Certified ICF Life Coach, Birth & Bereavement Doula and New Parent Educator. Her mission is to help people of all backgrounds conceive a healthy baby and carry to term. After having 3 children of her own after the age of 40, Elizabeth believes taking a more holistic approach is the lynchp…
 
I have been reading and following Savira Gupta’s blog for several months, and after past podcast guest Madhura Bhagwat suggested I reach out to Savira I thought it was about time I invited her on the show. Savira comes from a family of strong women rooted in the Arya Samaj Tradition. A tradition that was founded in April 1875 by Swami Dayanand Sara…
 
VBAC’s are a birth option that one comes to with a great deal of preparation and planning. If this is your envisioned birth option, likely you desire the chance to experience a vaginal birth. To help see that vision come true, it’s important to stack the cards in your favor and one of the best ways to do that is by aligning yourself with a supporti…
 
Teaching yoga is weird. For many of us, we enter into teaching because we love yoga, and it helped us in some way. We take a 200 or 500hr Yoga Teacher Training, and come out the other side a teacher. Oftentimes students look up to us, and it can be tempting to get real comfy up on that pedestal. Then there are the power dynamics, lack of peer & wor…
 
Have you ever thought about how lack of sleep affects you? Brain fog? Irritability? Now think about how that lack of solid sleep is affecting your child. In this episode of Yoga|Birth |Babies, I speak with founder and creator of Little Z’s® Sleep Consulting, Becca Campbell. We discuss how poor sleep can impact your child’s health and how to set up …
 
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