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The BIRTHFIT Podcast

BIRTHFIT is a movement! We are a lifestyle brand that embraces sustainable movement throughout the motherhood and parenthood transition. In this podcast, we have conversations with experts and parents. There is no filter. This is the real deal.
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Now displaying: June, 2019
Jun 25, 2019

Will and Jenny Peddie share the story of the birth and early childhood life of their daughter and first child, Carter. This love story of learning to become parents of a child with special needs is one you don't wanna miss!

Jun 18, 2019

Dr. Maura Moynihan is a mother of four, a wife, a Doctor of Chiropractic, a healer, and a community creator. On this episode Maura gets into how she began her journey in women's health, craniosacral therapy for moms and babies, and how she manages motherhood and career.

Jun 11, 2019

Claudia is a BIRTHFIT NC mom of three living in Raleigh. She sat down with Lindsay Mumma to share some of her journey into motherhood, which is not a path she thought she'd ever take. Originally from Colombia, she brought some of the Colombian traditions into her postpartum healing. She discusses how her search for connection has landed her where she is.

Jun 4, 2019

Dr. Erica Boland is a mother of 4, a wife, a Dr. of Chiropractic, a Birth Doula and the BIRTHFIT Wisconsin Regional Director. Erica graces us with her knowledge and deep love of personal freedom when it comes to how we let our children move from infancy through walking. Erica discusses her experience with four children while gaining more knowledge of appropriate assistance for babies and shares how we can change the way we look at childhood development.

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