Are you focusing on the fears of motherhood? All the worries and what-ifs? Are you afraid of what could go wrong, or worried what people will think? Are you stressing over everything left and right? If so, then you’re spending your precious postpartum moments stewing unnecessarily.
I know you, Mama. You’re a part of my tribe because you want to minimize unnecessary medical intervention. You trust in the wisdom & magic of mother nature. You believe the body is wise and that medical intervention isn’t necessary as often as it’s used.
You don’t need to be climbing up the walls screaming, but making certain strategic sounds in labour can help you relieve pain, progress more efficiently, and feel more satisfied during your contraction.
Laying down during your labour usually makes the pain bubble up & boil over into OVERWHELM and PANIC. But this week's specific, strategic, targeted movements help keep the edge off the pain so it never gets unbearable.
Picture this: You're 38 weeks pregnant and your doctor does an assessment and says your pelvis is too small for your baby to fit through and that you should schedule a c-section for next week. What do you do?