Early Weeks Postpartum Core

Early Weeks Postpartum Core

This series is designed specifically for the first 6 - 8 weeks postpartum and will give you the information and tools to begin reconnecting with your pelvic floor and core, ways to aide the healing process, and how to begin moving safer through your daily movements to best support your postpartum body and healing journey. Learn about the physical changes that occur in your body postpartum, supplies to have on hand for a smoother initial postpartum recovery, caring for your stitches or c-section site, and other ways to promote the healing process. We also address other important factors such as maternal mental health, nurturing your partnership as new parents, returning to exercise postpartum, and more.

DISCLAIMER:
Please consult with your physician or health care provider before beginning any exercise program. The LUNA Method is not a licensed medical care provider and therefor the information provided is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. If you have ANY concerns postpartum, please contact your health care provider right away. NEVER use information you find on this platform as a replacement for medical care.

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Early Weeks Postpartum Core
  • Preparing For Postpartum Series - Intro

    In the first video of our Preparing For Postpartum series, Labor & Delivery Nurse turned Student Nurse Midwife, Georgia Noonan walks you through some of the issues with our current healthcare system, and how you can be your own advocate when it comes to getting the care you deserve.

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  • Preparing For Postpartum Series 2 | Physical Changes + Healing

    In part two of our Preparing For Postpartum series, Labor & Delivery Nurse turned Nurse Midwife, Georgia Noonan walks you through the physical changes that occur in your body postpartum, supplies to have on hand for a smoother initial postpartum recovery, caring for your stitches or c-section si...

  • Preparing For Postpartum Series 3 | Maternal Mental Health

    In part three of our Preparing For Postpartum series, Labor & Delivery Nurse turned Student Nurse Midwife, Georgia Noonan discusses postpartum mood disorders that can arise, what is normal, warning signs of postpartum depression and anxiety, and when to seek help.

    *DISCLAIMER:: These videos are...

  • Preparing For Postpartum Series 4 | Relationships, Intimacy, + Self Care

    In part four of our Preparing For Postpartum series, Labor & Delivery Nurse turned Student Nurse Midwife, Georgia Noonan discusses the importance of self care as a new mama, nurturing your relationship, how to maintain open lines of communication, and intimacy after baby.

    *DISCLAIMER:: These vi...

  • The Early Weeks Core Connection | Weeks 1-2

    Women's Health Physical Therapist Alicia Willoughby discusses how to begin reconnecting with your pelvic floor and core in those early days postpartum, ways to aide the healing process, and how to begin moving safer through your daily movements to best support your postpartum body and healing jou...

  • The Early Weeks Core Connection | Weeks 3-4

    Women's Health Physical Therapist Alicia Willoughby discusses how to begin reconnecting with your pelvic floor and core in those early days postpartum, ways to aide the healing process, and how to begin moving safer through your daily movements to best support your postpartum body and healing jou...

  • The Early Weeks Core Connection | Weeks 5-6

    Women's Health Physical Therapist Alicia Willoughby discusses how to begin reconnecting with your pelvic floor and core in those early weeks postpartum, how to move safer through your daily movements to best support your postpartum body and healing journey, and introduces you to some rehabilitati...

  • Returning To Exercise Postpartum