Understanding the postnatal period

 

It is very common for pregnant women to focus so much on pregnancy and birth that postnatal planning can often be left to the very last minute, sometimes even until after birth!

This section is all about your recovery – both physical and emotional. Your focus will naturally be your precious new bundle, but my focus is also very much on you as a new mother. Of course, we will cover feeding your baby and what your newborn really needs, but also your postpartum recovery, as well as the digital age and navigating modern motherhood.

Love, Marie Louise x

This course is closed for enrollment.

The postnatal section contains:
  • 9 video episodes (over 4 hours of content)
  • Information on all aspects of the postnatal period
  • Collaboration with special guests
  • Downloadable checklists (where relevant)


Episodes include:
  • The first 24 hours - Part I (19 mins)
  • The first 24 hours - Part II (17 mins)
  • Your physical recovery (40 mins)
  • Caring for your newborn in partnership with WaterWipes (34 mins)
  • Sleeping in the 4th Trimester by Sarah Patel from Teach to Sleep (9 mins)
  • Feeding your baby - Part I - in partnership with Elvie (30 mins)
  • Feeding your baby - Part II (30 mins)
  • Protecting your postnatal self in collaboration with Cocoon Family Health (30 mins)
  • Postnatal fitness by Robyn Tennison from Tennison Fitness (31 mins)
  • Talking about birth trauma by Dr Rebecca Moore (15 mins)


Access to the content and refund policy:
  • You will have unlimited access to all the content for 12 months from the day you enrol (and the course is available). This will see you through your entire pregnancy and first three months with your new baby. If however, you fall pregnant again and would like to revisit the course, please do send me an email and I will reactivate the course for you.
  • I am sure you will absolutely love the course but if for some reason you don't, you can ask for a full refund within 7 days. To qualify for a refund you should not have watched more than 20% of the course.