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Choosing Conscious Postpartum Care as a Professional Path with Stephanie Peers

This year we are expanding into a theme of the different ways people come to the Postpartum Path. We each follow our own call - we have unique stories, and it is a shining example of how the need for better postpartum care culturally is impacting each of us - directing us to this work.

Stephanie Peers is a Kundalini Yoga Instructor, a mother and has specialized her work in Ayurveda to women’s health particularly in the childbearing year. She is a current student of the Conscious Postpartum Caregiver Program.

You can learn more about Stephanie’s work by visiting www.empoweredmamma.com and visiting her on IG @empowered_mamma

In Stephanie’s own words:

I am a busy mom of three boys who is passionate about body, mind and spirit health!

After having three children and losing myself almost completely in the chaos, I can comfortably say that Ayurveda and Yoga saved my life. Kundalini Yoga allowed me to connect back with my heart and actually feel it - and my body, again.

Ayurveda brings it deeper and taught me how to take full control of my mind, body, and soul. With the right tools and information to transform my health from the inside out - my entire life and relationships - especially with my children - changed for the better.

One thing was missing though - my tribe. I walked this path of self-discovery alone but noticed I was missing community. Women used to support each other in sacred communities and celebrations and the elder soul within me was deeply missing this part of my ancient roots.


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Conscious Postpartum Caregiver Program

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