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Photos by Pixabay Top Tips for Staying Fit While Traveling When you’re on vacation or traveling for business, it’s easy to forget about eating right and exercising. Living in hotels, eating fattening foods, and drinking calorie-laden beverages can do a number on just...read more
She entered the world with a bang and a pop We happily celebrated Charlie Jean daCosta’s birth day on December 29th, 2017. She arrived exactly two weeks past her due date. She entered the world with a bang and a pop, weighing in at 6lbs 13oz and 19 ½...read more
How To Create A Yoga Room For Your Online Classes Yoga is more popular today than ever before, with approximately 37 million Americans practicing yoga on a regular basis. This isn’t too surprising, especially when you consider the health benefits of yoga; it can...read more
The following list of books/Kindle are recommended by most pregnancy, labor, birth professionals. If you want a safe and healthy birth for your baby, these are the go to books. They are not what most people read. Most people read the What to Expect series of books. If...read more
If you’ve just booked a yoga retreat at a scrumptious setting somewhere in paradise, you probably have a hunch this will be the best gift you ever gave yourself! Finding Your Purpose in Life Through Yoga If this millennium is teaching us one thing, it’s that the...read more
Yoga Helps Battle Cardiovascular Disease in Mothers of Premature Babies A new study led by researchers at Brigham and Women’s Hospital has found that women who have had preterm deliveries are at a greater risk of developing cardiovascular disease (CVD) later in life....read more
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Sleep is important for everyone, but especially for pregnant women. Poor sleep in pregnancy can make a pregnant girl wanna cry! A healthy dose of 7 or more hours of sleep is crucial to the well-being of a pregnant woman and her unborn baby or babies. Research has...read more
Practice relaxation every day during your second and third trimesters. It is never too late to start. If you practice daily, when labor begins, it will come to you easily. Your body will respond and you will be able to stimulate the relaxation response and possibly actually enjoy your whole labor and birth experience.