Learn to smoothly navigate the ever-changing demands of pregnancy and postpartum life with intentional and supportive coaching.
Motherhood is an incredible gift, but the transition into motherhood may leave you feeling disconnected, unsettled and unsure about seemingly everything. The overwhelming onslaught of unsolicited advice from well-meaning aunts, that facebook friend from high school, and disconnected doctors is enough to make your head spin.
“Pregnancy can be so overwhelming and there are so many details and changes from trimester to trimester on what you need. Liz was great about sharing whatever the ideal was for ME for MY stage of pregnancy and helped provide examples of ways I could get enough of a particular nutrient using foods she knew I’d like.”
It is impossible to keep up with these unrealistic expectations and I’m here to tell you: you don’t have to! Because the truth is, every woman is different, every pregnancy is different, every postpartum experience is different. There’s no one size fits all approach.
“Stress- it is real! Liz had so many resources and information to help manage stress. She spent half of our calls listening to me list out all my stressors and reassuring me that I was doing well, and towards the end of my pregnancy that’s really what I needed.”
Go from feeling like a stranger in your own body, fearing food, or worrying with every workout to consciously and confidently navigating pregnancy and postpartum with ease.
I know just how hard it is to feel unsure, or worse, unworthy of the care you need during pregnancy and postpartum. Relying solely on my OB-Gyn and Dr. Google through my first pregnancy left me feeling confused, overwhelmed, and like I couldn’t keep up with the pinterest perfect pregnancy and parenting expectations laid out in front of me.
I’m here to help you call BS on the unrealistic expectations laid before you and cultivate a healthy relationship with food, fitness, and your awesome mom bod.
We are cultivating lasting, sustainable habits to support you wherever you may be in your motherhood adventure. Whether you’re 6 months pregnant or 6 weeks postpartum you’ll learn how to: