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Today Emily Vallejo, an Ayurvedic practitioner, provides an explanation of Ayurvedic principles and how they can be applied during the postpartum period for maternal well-being. The topics covered include the importance of rest, bonding with the baby, the significance of the first 42 days postpartum, and easy-to-digest nutrient-dense foods to aid recovery. Emily also outlines her favorite offerings such as different types of bodywork and her provision of teaching infant massage, highlighting its benefit in fostering a bond between the baby and their parents. The potential benefits of these practices were discussed within the framework of current cultural trends around 'bouncing back' after birth. The conversation overall emphasizes having realistic expectations, focusing on one meaningful activity, and reducing stress for optimal milk production and overall well-being.

01:53 Introduction to Ayurvedic Principles
05:36 Emily's Journey into Ayurvedic Postpartum Care
07:10 Ayurvedic Approach to Postpartum Nutrition
13:11 Ayurvedic Postpartum Care: Personal Experience
15:37 Practical Tips for Ayurvedic Postpartum Nutrition
19:59 Postpartum Practices: Grounding and Settling
21:20 Marma Therapy: A Blend of Acupressure and Reiki
22:47 The Body Keeps the Score: Trauma and Postpartum
24:18 The Importance of 42 Days in Postpartum
26:28 The Bounce Back Culture: Expectations vs Reality
28:56 Ayurvedic Practices for Milk Supply
33:31 The Role of Consent in Postpartum Practices
40:04 Final Thoughts: Taking it Easy in Postpartum

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Today Emily Vallejo, an Ayurvedic practitioner, provides an explanation of Ayurvedic principles and how they can be applied during the postpartum period for maternal well-being. The topics covered include the importance of rest, bonding with the baby, the significance of the first 42 days postpartum, and easy-to-digest nutrient-dense foods to aid recovery. Emily also outlines her favorite offerings such as different types of bodywork and her provision of teaching infant massage, highlighting its benefit in fostering a bond between the baby and their parents. The potential benefits of these practices were discussed within the framework of current cultural trends around 'bouncing back' after birth. The conversation overall emphasizes having realistic expectations, focusing on one meaningful activity, and reducing stress for optimal milk production and overall well-being. 01:53 Introduction to Ayurvedic Principles 05:36 Emily's Journey into Ayurvedic Postpartum Care 07:10 Ayurvedic Approach to Postpartum Nutrition 13:11 Ayurvedic Postpartum Care: Personal Experience 15:37 Practical Tips for Ayurvedic Postpartum Nutrition 19:59 Postpartum Practices: Grounding and Settling 21:20 Marma Therapy: A Blend of Acupressure and Reiki 22:47 The Body Keeps the Score: Trauma and Postpartum 24:18 The Importance of 42 Days in Postpartum 26:28 The Bounce Back Culture: Expectations vs Reality 28:56 Ayurvedic Practices for Milk Supply 33:31 The Role of Consent in Postpartum Practices 40:04 Final Thoughts: Taking it Easy in Postpartum Book a lactation consultation today! https://www.quabbinbirthservices.com/ To contact Emily: www.motherhoodmagicayurveda.net Motherhood Magic on Facebook Motherhood Magic on IG To sign up for the Baby Massage Event go here. Head to Apple Podcasts or Spotify for more Milk Making Minutes episodes! Make your voice heard on The Milk Making Community Group on Facebook! To purchase books about breastfeeding, birth, or parenting that I love and help support the show, go here . leggi di più leggi meno

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