Our Breastfeeding 101 course covers all of the basics of breastfeeding from different nursing positions, to getting a proper latch, establishing milk supply, and navigating common issues that can arise when starting your nursing relationship. In this section you'll also find tips for weaning and our breastfeeding milestones guide.
Our Breastfeeding 101 course covers all of the basics of breastfeeding from different nursing positions, to getting a proper latch, establishing milk supply, and navigating common issues that can arise when starting your nursing relationship.
*DISCLAIMER:: These videos are purely for educationa...
Tips For A Smoother Weaning Experience
Weaning can be a very emotional time, for both mama and babe! Hormones play a big role too. In this video, learn just how your hormones play a role in the emotions that accompany weaning, and gain some tips that can help make the transition smoother for all.
*DISCLAIMER:: These videos are purely...
Breastfeeding Milestones Guide
The early days and weeks of breastfeeding can sometimes feel overwhelming. You may worry if baby is getting enough milk, if their poop is normal, and so forth. It is during these early weeks that your supply is established, so feeding on demand is key, with lots of skin to skin contact! This char...
Stretches For Breastfeeding
When nursing, we often find ourselves in weird positions and with compromised posture. This can lead to sore, tight muscles. These stretches can help release tension, lengthen tight muscles, and increase mobility!
Please consult with your physician or hea...
The Truth About Breastfeeding & Weight Loss
Join Sarah for this educational video about the truths and myths of breastfeeding & weight loss.
Please consult with your physician or health care provider before beginning any exercise program. LUNA Mother Co is not a licensed medical care provider and therefor the information prov...
Lactation and Diastasis Recti Healing
If you are nursing or exclusively pumping and have been diligently working to heal your core postpartum but feel like not a ton of progress is being made, Sarah explains why Relaxin may be contributing. This doesn't mean you should stop nursing! In fact we want you to continue for as long as you ...