Jocelyn began with Hayden Fitness Studio in December 2013 after the birth of her second child, six weeks post natal. Weight 180 pounds. She attended HF monthly two sessions per week in Mommylicious/Fitlicious.
January 16, 2014
March 15, 2014
May 13, 2014~ 175 pounds
September 24 ,2014 ~168 pounds
December 1, 2014~156 pounds
|Year~2014||January 16||March 13||May 13||July 29||September 24||December 1
|Weight||180 pounds||168 pounds||156 pounds|
|Chest at nipple||42.5||41.5||41.5||38.5||39||38.5|
|Waist below bb||41.25
Pre pregnancy Jocelyn was 156 pounds. Jocelyn attended HF two sessions per week until May/June 2015. She also was trail running until April, 2015 until sore hips, pelvis and small tear took her away to rest. (approx 26 weeks) This was baby number three delivered at 37 weeks. At 35 weeks Jocelyn weighed 199 pounds.
October 2015~Returned to HF 5 weeks post natal midwife approval
November 5, 2015~182 pounds
December 2015 Snowshoeing
January 4~Started ReNEWU 12 week meal plan
January 14, 2016~170 pounds
|November 5 2015||January 14 2016||February 2016||March 2016|
|Weight||182 pounds||170 pounds|
|Chest at nipple||42||41|
|Waist below bb||43.5||41|
Stay tuned to hear more about Jocelyn’s progress since starting the ReNEWU meal plan.
BIRTH WITH CONFIDENCE! Next session October 1,3,8,10, 6pm-8pm Cost $130
This Lamaze based childbirth preparation class focuses on birth as a NORMAL event. Be EMPOWERED, understand your choices and build confidence for this life changing event.
Topics that will be covered over three, two hour classes: Private or group classes available.
Doula is a Greek word meaning “woman who serves.”
A Doula accompanies a woman during labour, providing non-clinical physical, emotional and informational support.
A woman´s needs during childbirth are complex. Aside from modern obstetrical care, and the love and support provided by her partner, a woman needs consistent, continuous comfort, reassurance, encouragement and respect. Every woman is different and so care needs to be individualized based on each woman´s circumstances and personal needs.
Doulas specialize in non-medical skills, and do not perform clinical tasks, or diagnose medical conditions. A Doula provides continuous support, from early labor, through birth, until the family is resting comfortably. The Doula offers help and advice on comfort measures such as pain management, breathing, relaxation, movement, positioning, and massage. She also assists families to gather the information they need to create a satisfying birth experience as they define it.
Doulas work in collaboration with midwives, nurses, physicians and birth partners. Experienced Doulas are considered to be part of the obstetrical team. Doulas attend home births and hospital births; medicated births and non-medicated births. Doulas may be the only support person for the mother, or may be part of a labor support team. A Doula is not a nurse, but is a trained childbirth professional that understands the labour and birth process, and can offer consistent, personalized care and support.
Numerous studies on Doula presence have shown:
Reduction in the length of labour by 25%
Reduction in pain medication use by 30%
Reduction in epidural requests by 60%
Reduction in the need for forceps by 40%
Reduction in oxytocin use by 40%
Reduction in cesarean section by 50%
*These statistics appear in “A Doula Makes the Difference” by Nugent in Mothering Magazine, March-April 1
Study cited in “The Doula” by Klaus in Childbirth Instructor Magazine, Spring 1995.
For more information:
What is a Postpartum Doula?
The postpartum doula is the extra pair of hands, quiet presence and shoulder to lean on in the days, weeks or even months after childbirth. Her primary role is to mother the mother by providing in-home essential, positive, not-judgmental support. By having a doula, mom, dad and siblings feel cared for while mom gets the much needed rest and recuperation she needs and deserves. A postpartum doula can reduce the chances for postpartum depression, help lower family stress, assist with sibling adjustment and provide mom with the confidence she needs and desires.
The doula’s role also includes providing physical support, baby care including; calming techniques, bathing, feeding, burping, diapering, holding, breastfeeding skills and support, sibling care, pet care, light housework, some meal prep and even errands. A doula is a new mother’s indispensable wealth of information and support during the postpartum time.
For more information on postpartum doula care for you and your family call Stacy Pavlov at Mother Me. 250-260-4120 or cell 250-306-0636 or email email@example.com.
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