Welcome to my messy, joyful, and perfectly imperfect version of motherhood. I’m a nutritional therapy practitioner and certified pre & postnatal coach. I’m here to help you move through motherhood with ease!
Have you been caught going down the google spiral during pregnancy and postpartum recovery and left more confused than ever? Did you try a program that claims to have all the answers, only to walk away discouraged and dismayed when it doesn’t work for you? Well, friend, that’s because there isn’t a right way to recover postpartum!
In this episode of the Beyond Birth Podcast, Liz chats with Casey Thomas Hardesty, prenatal and postpartum fitness specialist, all about the need for individualized care through pregnancy and postpartum, especially when it comes to fitness, pelvic floor dysfunction, and the demands of motherhood.
In this episode
Casey’s transition from finance into fitness and nutrition
The gap in pregnancy and postpartum care and the google
Bio-individuality through pregnancy care and postpartum recovery
Understanding common dysfunctions like pelvic organ prolapse
How stress management, sleep, hydration, and nutrition factor into postpartum recovery.
Accessibility for postpartum support
About Casey Thomas Hardesty
Casey Thomas-Hardesty is a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, CrossFit L1, and owner of Two Peas Wellness, LLC where she specializes in prenatal and postpartum fitness and core and pelvic floor health. Her mission is to help women move freely and feel confident in their body again. Outside of work, she spends her time wrangling three little boys and a growing collection of chickens.
Co-hosted each week by Liz Winters (Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, certified pre and post-natal coach, and mama) and Jenny Anderson (doula, Birthfit Regional Director, certified yoga instructor, and mama). Our hope is to inspire, educate, and empower women as they navigate pregnancy, postpartum, and parenthood with evidence based guidance, informative interviews, and entertaining anecdotes from our perspectives as moms, entrepreneurs, and birth professionals.