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Preparing for a successful VBAC Birth

Preparing for a successful VBAC Birth Model of inlet pelvis

Preparing for a successful VBAC Birth VBAC birth stands for “vaginal birth after cesarean.”  VBAC statistics say, 33% or 1 in 3 birthing people will give birth by cesarean in the United States. This is significantly higher than the World Health Organization’s recommended 10-15% cesarean rate. This article will tell you how to best prepare […]

Busting Pelvic Floor in Pregnancy Myths

Busting Pelvic Floor in Pregnancy Myths Pair of hands holding a model of the pelvis

Busting Pelvic Floor in Pregnancy Myths The pelvic floor, though a very important part of the body, isn’t talked about much. Because of the mystery surrounding it, people often cannot make out the difference between facts and myths about the pelvic floor during pregnancy and birth. Let’s talk about a few of the top myths […]

Exercises to Prepare for a C-Section

Exercises to Prepare for a C-Section What the belly looks like after a c-section

Exercises to Prepare for a C-Section At One Strong Mama, we believe that every birth is amazing and beautiful and having worked with many cesarean families, we know that our cesarean parents are freaking rockstars! Regardless of the type of birth, the pregnancy and the growing baby causes a lot of stress on the core […]

SI Joint Pain Prevention and Care

SI Joint Pain Prevention and Care Lauren Ohayon laying on her side, with a small exercises ball in between her thighs

SI Joint Pain / SPD Prevention and Care​ One of the most common complaints I hear from pregnant people is the good old pain in the butt — lower back pain during pregnancy or pain in the pubic bone area in the front groin region. The pain can be absolutely excruciating and quite literally bring […]

Habits for a Better Pregnancy and an Easier Birth

Habits for a Better Pregnancy and an Easier Birth Pregnant woman with her hands in the air, by the shore on a beach

Habits for a Better Pregnancy and an Easier Birth We know what it’s like to feel exhausted, achy, and out-of-sorts in your own body during pregnancy. Trust us, we’ve been there! But we also know what it’s like to feel vibrant, energetic, and totally comfortable all the way to 42 weeks (!!!) — because we’ve […]

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