Have you ever asked, “why did no one tell me?” when it comes to changes with your body, core and pelvic floor?
You’re Not Alone!
This is why the To Birth and Beyond Podcast was created. Discover why hundreds of people around the world have turned to Jessie and Anita for information that no one talks about surrounding these changes during pre-conception, pregnancy and postpartum stages of life.
RECENT PODCAST EPISODES
In today’s episode, Jessie takes a chance to talk about how to go into 2023 focussing on building a healthier relationship to exercise (instead of the onslaught of “New Year, New You” messaging).
In today’s episode, Jessie and Anita talk out their frustration around marketing to pregnant and postpartum folks regarding belly-only pregnancy (an uncontrollable factor in pregnancy…). We talk about the feeling of needing to control a pregnant body, and the pressures to “bounce back”.
In today’s episode, Jessie and Anita dive deep into the physical recovery after having a cesarean birth. Of course we’ve discussed this throughout the lifetime of the podcast – but we are constantly looking to go deeper and update any information from before. Because, just like you, we are constantly learning and growing! Enjoy!
In today’s episode, Jessie talks with Martine Chiasson of the Mama Movement – colleague, friend, and student inside of the Coach Collective – all about how she has grown her business, sustainably, and grown in her confidence with Coach Collective.
In today’s episode, Jessie talks to you – our fitness and health professionals, entrepreneur or business owner – about the state of online business as we move into 2023! Listen in for the six things JMG Fitness (as well as Coach Collective members) is using to grow and thrive during these times.
In today’s episode, Anita talks with Chana Ross of Vital Physiotherapy and Wellness all about strategies and tips to mentally and physically prepare for your birth!
In today’s replay of episode 235, Jessie and Anita discuss what pregnant people can do for their core while they are pregnant – and think about core exercises differently.
In today’s replay of Episode 226, Jessie talks with a few colleagues who have gone through Postnatal Fitness Specialist Academy about what the academy has done for them to shape, shift and evolve their coaching of postpartum people.
Today, we are talking about the value and importance of having continuing mentors as a coach or clinician to evolve and grow in our work.
Jessie Mundell (she/her) is CEO at JessieMundell.com, where she’s helped thousands of moms and parents feel strong, confident, and EMPOWERED with fitness programs tailored to THEIR specific needs. With degrees in prenatal and postnatal exercise, Jessie supports parents in their self-care so they can heal faster, reconnect with their bodies, and develop a sense of confidence & capability that translates to their lives. Her programs, To Pregnancy and Beyond and Core + Floor Restore , focus on effective exercise during pregnancy, rehab of the core and pelvic floor for moms, postpartum and C-section recovery, and give thriving folks permission to enjoy their bodies.
Anita Lambert (she/her) is a Pelvic Health and Orthopaedic Physiotherapist with a focus on prenatal and postpartum care as well as a Certified Pilates Instructor and Certified in Acupuncture / Dry Needling. She graduated from McMaster University with an Honours Bachelor of Kinesiology and a Masters of Science in Physiotherapy. Anita is one of the select few physiotherapists in Canada to receive advanced training in labour support, which blends orthopaedic physiotherapy expertise with birth doula support.
Anita believes, “It doesn’t just take a village to raise a child. It takes a village to raise a mama.” As a new mama, she sees how important it is to have a support team surrounding a woman during pregnancy, birth and beyond. She loves to collaborate with other birth, health and fitness professionals to help each women attain their health goals.
Anita’s practice, Holistic Health Physiotherapy, is focused on guiding women to prevent and heal physical ailments that are common but shouldn’t be considered their ‘new normal’ during pregnancy or postpartum stages of life. This will ultimately help a woman become stronger and more confident in her body more than ever.