YOU CAN BE…
CONNECTED & HEALTHY from Conception to Birth, and Beyond
Maggie Yount is a Certified Personal Trainer with the National Academy of Sports Medicine, and a Pre & Postnatal Corrective Exercise Specialist with For For Birth. She is based in Bozeman, Montana, USA. Read more in her BIO by clicking here.
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Pre & Postnatal ESSENTIALS
KNOWLEDGE IS POWER
Motherhood is hard. And AMAZING.
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Maggie’s Personal Birth Stories
I have birthed two babies in the hospital.
One completely unmedicated vaginal birth (that was almost at home!)
and my youngest with an unexpected, non-emergency but necessary belly-birth.
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I use the Belly Bandit after giving birth for core support and to help heal any abdominal separation
I buy all of my organic, gluten free pantry staples from Thrive Market and save over $1000 every year!
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