Podcast 018: Margaux Khoury & Birth.World: Creating an Online Community for Natural Birth & Parenting

Click here to Subscribe to “Healthy Births, Happy Babies” or listen to more episodes. Our guest on this episode of “Healthy Births, Happy Babies” is Margaux Khoury, an alternative health advocate, activist, mother, Doula and consultant for expecting parents and stay at home mothers wanting to create their own companies. In this episode, we will cover: Margaux’s journey from mother to doula … Read More

Podcast 016: Creating a Sanctuary Plan for Your Postpartum Care with Kimberly Johnson

Click here to Subscribe to “Healthy Births, Happy Babies” or listen to more episodes. Our guest on this episode of “Healthy Births, Happy Babies” is Kimberly Johnson, Certified Sexological Bodyworker and certified Somatic Experiencing practitioner. In this episode, we will cover: a whole new take on “the 4th Trimester” concept that incorporates “Mothering the New Mother” as well how to design a “Sanctuary … Read More

Podcast 015: How to Conceive Naturally & Have a Healthy Pregnancy After 30 with Willow Buckley

Click here to Subscribe to “Healthy Births, Happy Babies” or listen to more episodes. Our guest on this episode of “Healthy Births, Happy Babies” is Willow Buckley, certified clinical homeopath, labor doula and prenatal yoga instructor. In this episode, we will cover: Willow’s “5 Trimester Approach” to conception, pregnancy and post-partum how the MTHFR genetic mutation can affect your fertility and … Read More

Podcast 014: Dr. Jeanne Ohm: Natural Childbirth & the Webster Technique

Click here to Subscribe to “Healthy Births, Happy Babies” or listen to more episodes. Our guest on this episode is Dr. Jeanne Ohm, CEO of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA), lead instructor of the Webster Certification Program and practicing chiropractor since 1981. In this episode, we will cover: Dr. Ohm’s simple phase that helps her pregnant moms ground and center … Read More

Podcast 013: 7 Things You Should Know About Your Newborn Baby | Jen Graham

Click here to Subscribe to “Healthy Births, Happy Babies” or listen to more episodes. Our guest on this episode is Jen Graham, birth and postpartum doula and Evidenced Based Birth Instructor. In this episode, we will cover: Because babies don’t come with manuals, this list is the next best thing If you are birthing at a hospital, the one thing you absolutely … Read More

Podcast 012: Dr. Ogi Ressel-Health Care vs. Sick Care for Your Child & Family

Click here to Subscribe to “Healthy Births, Happy Babies” or listen to more episodes. Our guest on this episode is Dr. Ogi Ressel. In this episode, we will cover: What the difference is between “sick care” and true health care How to create a “Wellness team” for the care of your family Dr. Ogi’s expert advice on how to start off … Read More

Yoga for Postpartum Depression

Millions of women experience the ‘Baby Blues’ which can have symptoms such as difficulty sleeping, tearing up and feeling overwhelmed with the changes in their life. Postpartum depression is a bit more serious and occurs in nearly 13% of the American mama population. It makes sense. Many women are exhausted and sometimes feel miserable after giving birth. They are often … Read More

Podcast 011: How to Prevent Gestational Diabetes with Dr. Pia Martin

Click here to Subscribe to “Healthy Births, Happy Babies” or listen to more episodes. Our guest on this episode is Dr. Pia Martin. In this episode, we will cover: What Gestational Diabetes is and how it affects your baby How to control your blood glucose levels during pregnancy What the various Blood Glucose tests are what they mean How to get … Read More

Yoga + Fertility: A Positive Link

Are you thinking about starting a family soon? Have you been trying to conceive for some time now? Yoga can increase your chances of ovulating, becoming pregnant, and bring an overall sense of peace to your conception journey. Infertility affects at least 12% of women of childbearing age in the U.S.. Of that 12%, 20% are considered ‘idiopathic’, meaning that … Read More