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The BIRTHFIT Podcast

way more than birth, way more than fitness. This is where you will find real talk, information and education, and experiences. We get into pregnancy, birth, and postpartum with doctors, midwives, chiropractors, birth educators and advocates, and of course moms and dads and everyone in between.
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Now displaying: March, 2019
Mar 26, 2019

Emily is a wife, mom, massage therapist (including Arvigo Techniques of Maya Abdominal Therapy), and a BIRTHFIT Coach. She shares about her life and recent stage of crazy toddler-hood and simultaneous preconception.

Mar 19, 2019

Carolyn is a mom, a professional coach, and University of Santa Monica Masters in Spiritual Psychology graduate. On this episode, Carolyn shares her personal spiritual psychology journey and how it helped her move gracefully and powerfully through the labor and delivery of her daughter Lucinda. Carolyn's insignts into how she dealt with her feelings of self-judgement after her birth make this episode one you dont want to miss!

Mar 12, 2019

Melissa Hemphill shares her story of how baby #4 entered this world. As a captain in the Air Force, Seminar Director, and mother, Magic Mel wears many hats. In this episode, Mel shares how this birth was unlike any of her previous labors and deliveries.

Mar 5, 2019

Crystal is a mother of five, a registered dietitian nutritionist with a masters degree in nutritional science, and a lactation consultant. Crystal shares her story of going through pregnancy as a recovering anorexic and how her relationship with food was so important during that time. Crystal uses her past to help women who face similar pregnancies move through the Motherhood Transition with as much grace and self-compassion as possible.

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