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The Postpartum University

Maranda Bower, Postpartum Nutrition Specialist

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A podcast where holistic, traditional medicine meets evidence-based science to support whole-body healing at its very core. Postpartum University® has been recognized as the “leading postpartum resource” for Professionals and Experts in the field. Hosted by Maranda Bower, Postpartum Nutrition Specialist, international speaker, 4-time best-selling author, creator of the Postpartum Nutrition Plan and Certification Program, and so much more. Join us as we dive into important topics surrounding ...
 
Hosted by health coach and author Ashleigh VanHouten and nutritionist and strength and conditioning specialist Rachel Gregory - co-creators of the Muscle Science for Women training program - this podcast dives into all aspects of fitness including nutrition, training, recovery, fitness culture, and so much more, all with a focus on addressing women's unique goals and challenges. It's conversational, interactive, and will help listeners understand their bodies and how to achieve their goals.
 
International yoga leader and creator of the LYT Method, Lara Heimann, investigates the modern evolution of yoga from her background as a Physical Therapist and neurodevelopmental treatment specialist. She passionately explores the core values of her groundbreaking yoga method: smarter movement patterns, kindness to ourselves and others, compassion for all beings, finding the best way through inquiry, the courage to change, discipline to grow, and taking a stand for what we believe in. See a ...
 
Bonjour Baby is a podcast about pregnancy, birth, postpartum and motherhood. Hosted by Leslie Abraham, DO, certified pre/postnatal exercise specialist and expert in the pregnacy and postpartum field for the last 11 years, this podcast is your companion during your motherhood journey. Leslie provides evidence-based tips, resources and information backed up by her international experience. She welcomes other guests, speakers and experts to bring you even more helpful content. In the show, Lesl ...
 
Join Rachael, a Pediatric Sleep Specialist and Kara Ann, a Certified Nutrition Consultant for pregnancy, postpartum and babies as they tackle all things motherhood. Their passion for creating this podcast was fueled through their own experiences parenting against societal norms and the isolation they faced. They wanted to create a community to support and educate moms and leave them feeling empowered.We host weekly episodes where we chat about all things motherhood - from pregnancy through p ...
 
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In this episode, Ashleigh chats with Dr. Stacy Sims, an exercise physiologist and leading voice in women’s performance. She has directed research programs at Stanford, AUT University, and the University of Waikato, focusing on female athlete health and performance and pushing to improve research on all women. She’s written two books, Roar and Next …
 
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Join Lara for a discussion with Dr. Robert Wolfe, director of the Center for Translational Research on Aging and Longevity at the University of Arkansas. Dr. Wolfe is both a scientist and a long-distance runner. His research is focused on the regulation of muscle metabolism and he shares how amino acids might be able to help your performance and re…
 
Welcome to Wednesday Q&A, where you ask questions and we answer them! In this Wednesday Q&A, we answer your questions about anteriorly versus posteriorly tilted pelvis and psoas release techniques. Your questions: In a book I’ve been reading, the author states that most people are rib thrusters and pelvis tuckers. The author says this is a response…
 
Tune in to hear Lara’s take on how to refresh your brain in these challenging times so you can operate at your best! R - Rest E - Exercise F - Focus R - Read E - Eliminate news S - Soften your face H - Hum To learn more, and for the complete show notes, visit: lytyoga.com/blog/category/podcasts/ Resources: Instagram: @lara.heimann Shop my favorite …
 
Recently, I had a popular post deleted in a large maternal mental health group. The basis for this was because my post on postpartum nutrition felt like it was "anti western medicine". If you are a provider and you're not supporting your clients with at least sharing the significance of nutrient repletion (and therefore emotional and mental support…
 
Lara and Yogi Aaron met virtually many years ago through Aaron’s Costa Rican beautiful retreat center, Blue Osa. Yogi Aaron has been practicing yoga for a very long time, but unfortunately, like so many people, was injured by his yoga practice. He has learned a lot through his experience of pain, how to better prepare his body and better move his b…
 
Today Dr Ritu Saluja Sharma, lifestyle medicine physician and integrative nutrition health and wellness coach is coming to the show. Ritu is a MD, a board certified emergency medicine physician, a wife and a Mom. She has created her own weight loss program after studying lifestyle medicine. She wanted to have a program where people can make real an…
 
Welcome to Wednesday Q&A, where you ask questions and we answer them! In this Wednesday Q&A, we answer your questions about postpartum movement practices and the creativity that goes into LYT Yoga sequencing. Your questions: Any suggestions for postpartum movement and strategy for getting back into movement? I love how creative you are in LYT Yoga.…
 
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We are shifting the conversation back towards you, the professional who is showing up to serve every single day. You are where the biggest impact in postpartum health will take place. If you burnout, if you quit, if you show up as less than your best self... You are doing the world an injustice. In today’s episode, we’re talking to Jodi Cognan abou…
 
Join Lara for a conversation with Shayna Cornelius & Dana Stiles, co-founders of DayLuna, to talk about all things human design. Human design is a synthesis of ancient modalities with modern science. It allows you to see what your energetic aura or energetic body looks like and how it operates in the world around you to experience less resistance, …
 
In today’s episode Angela Marie Christian, author of Manifestation Mastery, Manifestation and Mindfulness coach, is coming to the show! Angela Marie came to the show today to talk about how self-care rituals, manifestation and spirituality - whatever it means for you - can help one heal and overcome postpartum depression. During the episode, we wil…
 
Welcome to Wednesday Q&A, where you ask questions and we answer them! In this Wednesday Q&A, we answer your questions about restarting yoga after breast surgery, persistent wrist pain, and scar tissue around the collarbone from surgery. Your questions: I've just had breast surgery to remove three lumps from my left breast. There were two incisions,…
 
This needs to be addressed. Mothers often don’t make the time or space to care for their health until it is failing them. I couldn’t begin to count the amount of moms who have reached out to me desperate for better answers and a better way. If you, a client, or someone you love is facing a postpartum health crisis, this episode is here to offer you…
 
In this episode, Lara chats with Ph.D., international exercise physiologist, and nutrition scientist Dr. Stacy Sims. Dr. Stacy’s aim is to revolutionize exercise nutrition and performance for women. Believe it or not, much of the research out there on nutrition and exercise physiology is conducted on men and then applied to women. She talks about h…
 
Today Cindy Vallone, DoTerra essential oil wellness advocate, is joining me for this episode. She is a busy wife, a mom to two teenage boys, and an entrepreneur. Cindy and her family have been using essential oils for over 6 years and have made over their medicine cabinet, naturally. Today, essential oils are their first line of defense for ‘head-t…
 
Welcome to Wednesday Q&A, where you ask questions and we answer them! In this Wednesday Q&A, we answer your questions about remedies for pain from practicing handstands, how to heal and prevent shin splints, & how to manage scoliosis in your movement practices.. Your questions: I'm quite frustrated every time I'm making progress with handstand prac…
 
Today's podcast is a big one, and comes with an announcement: Ashleigh is officially changing the Muscle Maven Radio podcast to the Muscle Science for Women podcast! First: please sign up for the Muscle Science for Women e-mail list to be the first to know about our program, new launches, and more: https://www.metflexlife.com/msw Moving forward, As…
 
It’s clear that balanced and thriving birth and postpartum professionals are lacking in our communities right now. Burnout is more common than ever, and many continue to struggle to make a full time living. These are your signs that something needs to change. To help mothers and families, it begins with showing up for yourself. In today’s episode, …
 
Former gymnast and competitive cheerleader Dr. Lindsay Massumi didn’t realize her ankle injury was related to her pelvic floor issues. In this episode, Lindsay shares her journey to becoming a doctor of physical therapy, including the discovery of her pelvic floor dysfunction and how this is related to more chronic injuries than you think. In this …
 
In today’s episode Somer Baburek, CEO and co-founder of Hera Biotech, is coming to the show! Hera Biotech began developing the world’s first non-surgical, tissue-based test capable of both diagnosing and staging endometriosis. As an endo-warrior, I was so intrigued and interested in this new solution when I met Somer. As you may know, today the onl…
 
Welcome to Wednesday Q&A, where you ask questions and we answer them! In this Wednesday Q&A, we answer your questions about how best to weight-bear in the hands and strategies to manage dizziness and/or vertigo. Your questions: Referring to the similarities of the tripod of the feet can you and Kristin talk about the position of the hands in weight…
 
Let’s evolve the concept of the mind-body connection. Examine your own views of mind and body and inquire whether you view them in a dualistic or holistic fashion. Viewing your mind and body as part of an inextricably interconnected system can help you take better care of yourself. Learn more about how mind and body have been seen throughout histor…
 
Herbal knowledge is built into your DNA. It is an undeniable truth that herbs have been woven throughout women’s history across every culture. To truly support whole body healing for women in the years after birth, there has to be a blend of eastern and western approaches to care. My intention with this postpartum herbs training is to empower you t…
 
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