Birthing and caring for your baby can feel overwhelming and is no small feat!


Let's get you as prepped as possible for your postpartum adventure...

Are you a new birth parent and:

  • Feel isolated and second guessing your ability to be a 'good enough parent'? 

  • Are unhappy with the way your body looks and feels?

  • Feel 'tired of being tired', stressed and in pain?



Are you an expecting birth parent and:

  • Feel overwhelmed with your body changes and the health of your baby?

  • Have questions about what the postpartum period will be like?

  • Feel stressed about transitioning from pregnancy to being a new parent?

  • Have the desire to be proactive and prepare your body and mind before baby is born?


Then this course is for you!

This 6 week online program will give you the ins and outs of what to expect once baby arrives and the strategies to help you thrive on all levels of being a new parent - body, mind and spirit. We're here to be your digital village of support.



How it Works:

The 'Flourish in the 4th Trimester' is a comprehensive program that will give you the tools you need to be the best that you can be in the early postpartum period.

This course provides you with six jam packed educational modules that you can complete at your leisure.

Each module focuses on a different subject from our expert panel of health practitioners. You will have access to independently review the education and videos in the modules.

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What You'll Learn

  • Pelvic Health 101

    Sex ed for adults - Learn all about the pelvic floor, what to take note of once baby arrives and whether to kegel or not!??

  • Your Postpartum Body

    Optimize your nutrition and milk production. Understand how hormones change postpartum and how this relates to your mood and sleep.

  • Aligned Mama

    Postpartum aches and pains can arise when caring for your babe. Lifting, feeding, carrying can all take its toll. Relieve tension and improve strength with these self-care exercises.

  • Ab Separation?

    Diastasis rectus abdominus (DRA) or 'ab separation' is a normal part of pregnancy and postpartum. Learn about your core and how to identify and improve DRA.

  • Sex and Exercise

    Learn about guidelines for returning to exercise and sex - how to test your strength, massage scars and alleviate painful sex postpartum.

  • Being Kind to Yourself

    Explore strategies to care for your emotional and mental wellbeing postpartum with self-compassion and meditation practices.

You don't have to experience the postpartum journey alone!

This course will provide community, the science and the strategies to flourish in your 4th trimester.

Course curriculum

  • 1

    Module 1: Postpartum Pelvic Health 101

    • Meet Your Instructor, Angelique

    • What is the Pelvic Floor & What does it do?

    • Common Postpartum Pelvic Health Concerns

    • What is a Kegel & should you be doing them?

    • Pelvic Health FAQ's

    • Case Study

    • Module 1 Handouts

    • Module 1 Transcript

    • Module 1 References

  • 2

    Module 2: Taking Care of the Postpartum Body

    • Meet Your Instructor, Dr. Alexsia, ND

    • Postpartum Nutrition

    • Breastfeeding/Chestfeeding

    • Hormones

    • Postpartum Mood Disorders

    • Sleep in the Postpartum

    • Module 2 Handouts

    • Module 2 Transcript

    • Module 2 References

  • 3

    Module 3: Aligned Mama - Techniques to Relieve Postpartum Aches and Pains

    • Meet Your Instructor, Dr. Blessyl, DC

    • Low Back and S.I. Joint Pain

    • Neck and Mid-Back Pain

    • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

    • Mothering Your Rounded Posture

    • Module 3 Handouts

    • Module 3 Transcript

    • Module 3 References

  • 4

    Module 4: Diastasis Rectus Abdominus (DRA) and Newborn Needs

    • Meet Your Instructor, Florence

    • What is DRA?

    • The Facts, Demystifying DRA

    • Core Breath and Deep Core Activation

    • Osteopathy for Newborns

    • Common Newborn Symptoms & Conditions

    • Module 4 Handouts

    • Module 4 Transcript

    • Module 4 References

  • 5

    Module 5: Returning to Sex and Exercise Postpartum

    • Introduction and message from Angelique

    • Circumstances to Consider Before Returning to Sex & Exercise

    • Returning to Sex & Intimacy Postpartum

    • Returning to Exercise Postpartum

    • Scar Tissue - The Sometimes 'Elusive Enemy'

    • Biopsychosocial Factors that may Contribute to Painful Sex

    • Module 5 Handouts

    • Module 5 Transcript

    • Module 5 References

  • 6

    Module 6: Mindfulness, Compassion and Self-Care

    • Meet Your Instructor, Jaisa

    • Self-Compassion

    • The 3 Components of Self-Compassion

    • Mindfulness

    • The Science Behind Mindful Self-Compassion

    • Self-Care & A Daily Practice of Mindful Self-Compassion

    • Module 6 Handout -Self Compassion Scale

    • Module 6 Transcript

    • Module 6 References

  • 7

    Bonuses

    • Bonus #1 - Nesting Meals

    • Bonus #2 Self-Care Hands

    • Bonus #3 Self-Care Hips

    • Bonus #4 - Core Restore Video

    • Bonus #5 - Mindful Pre and Postnatal Breathing Meditation

Plus you will have access to the following Course Bonuses:

  • Nesting Meals

    Dr. Alexsia Priolo, ND shares with you this 20+ page collection of healthy and easy to prep slow cooker recipes. Batch cooking at its best for you and your baby.

  • Core Restore Video

    Receive a recording of Florence Bowen's Basic Core Foundational movement class to help wake up your abs and help you safely get back to exercise.

  • Meditation Audioclip with Jaisa

    Get access to our expert mindfulness practitioner's pre and postnatal breathing meditation to help you through the stresses and anxieties of pregnancy, early parenthood and beyond.

  • Self-Massage videos

    Dr. Blessyl guides you through helpful postpartum upper and lower body self-massage in these videos.

We want you to flourish in the 4th!

Are you ready to thrive in your recovery after childbirth and get back to doing all the things you love, with all those you adore?

Your Instructors:

Meet your Pre and Postnatal experts

Pelvic Health Physiotherapist

Angelique Montano-Bresolin

Angelique Montano-Bresolin is a Registered Physiotherapist based out of Toronto, Canada. Her training in pelvic floor dysfunction has included courses to assess and treat urinary incontinence, complex pelvic pain & sexual pain (vulvodynia, vaginismus, endometriosis, IC/PBS), gastro-intestinal disorders, prolapse, pre and postnatal, preparation for labour and delivery, post-surgical, post-menopausal and post-cancer care. She has trained extensively with experts in Canada and in the United States through the Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute and the American Physical Therapy Association.

Angelique enjoys teaching doctors, her community and other Registered Physiotherapists about pelvic health care. She further advocates for pelvic health education by guest lecturing for the Ryerson University Midwifery Education Program and the University of Toronto Physical Therapy Program.

Naturopathic Doctor

Dr. Alexsia Priolo

Dr. Alexsia Priolo is a Naturopathic Doctor in Toronto. She works with people throughout each phase of life – from menstruation and fertility to pregnancy and postpartum. Tapping into a foundation of nutrition, a balanced lifestyle, and the practice of acupuncture, she works with her patients to not only navigate symptoms but uncover root issues and overcome health challenges to live a radiant, vibrant life.

Dr. Alexsia obtained an Honours Bachelor degree in Biology from York University and went on to graduate from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. She is licensed through the College of Naturopaths of Ontario, and is a member of the Ontario Association of Naturopathic Doctors, and Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors.

Chiropractor

Dr. Blessyl Buan

Dr. Blessyl Buan is a chiropractor, educator, speaker and dance professional. She incorporates acupuncture, fascial release, kinesiotaping and exercise prescription in her practice to provide a holistic approach that addresses the mind, body and spirit. She has a special interest in consulting and treating performing artists and optimizing maternal health. She empowers her patients to embody stress management and sustainable high performance while advocating for equity and diversity. She is the founder of BIPOC Dance Health and is a mom to two boys and two girls.

Osteopathic Manual Practitioner

Florence Bowen

Florence is an Osteopathic Manual Practitioner, kinesiologist, and movement specialist in Toronto. With an eclectic background that includes competitive athletics and dance, yoga and Pilates instruction, and a deep knowledge of human kinetics, she brings a holistic approach to wellness. She specializes in treating and teaching pre- and post-natal women and infants, and is one of Toronto’s leading experts on diastasis-recti (the condition of “over-stretched” abdominal muscles during and after pregnancy).

Occupational Therapist and Mindfulness Practitioner

Jaisa Sulit

Jaisa Sulit is an occupational therapist who started her healing journey after sustaining a spinal cord injury in 2010. Since then she’s become a Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction and Mindful Self-Compassion teacher and a Medical Qigong and Chinese Shamanic Medicine practitioner.

In 2020, Jaisa gave birth to her first child and as a first time mother during a pandemic, she realized the need for more support for the postpartum mother. Consequently, Jaisa completed the Postpartum Healing Lodge training with Raeanne Madison in 2020 and the Innate Traditions Postpartum Care Provider training with Rachelle Garcia Seliga in 2021. Sharing her journey of healing, Jaisa is the author of the Amazon best-seller: “Purpose in Paralysis: From Chronic Pain to Universal Gain.”

What are people saying about our Instructors?

Support Pre and Post-pregnancy

Michelle H.

I’ve had amazing experiences with both Angelique and Blessyl...they’ve supported me pre, during and post-pregnancy and my recovery wouldn’t have been as smooth without them. They’re detailed, personable, empathetic and super knowledgeable. 5-stars all the way!!!

Getting back to Exercise Postpartum

Casey

Florence is so knowledgeable! I felt safe in her hands and I definitely feel more confident and comfortable in my postpartum body. She is so easy to work with and does a GREAT job describing each movement.

Manage Pain with Mindfulness

Chris McCallan

Jaisa finds unique & powerful ways for individuals to explore & manage their pain through Mindfulness techniques. She uses a gentle approach that is subtle & healing.

Committed to Community

Aviva F.

Dr. Blessyl is a thoughtful and engaging speaker. She has a wealth of knowledge to share with the community and was able to deliver content to our members in an accessible way. During this time of crisis Dr. Blessyl's warm and calming presence was much needed. We look forward to working with Dr. Blessyl initiatives.

Feel at Ease

Oopee

Angelique is fantastic! I highly recommend her. Not only is she extremely knowledgeable in her field, she is very personable and can make you feel at ease right away.

You DON'T have to go on struggling with:

• feeling ill-prepared to care for your new baby

• painful sex

• a leaky bladder

• body aches and pains

• not being able to exercise

• feelings of unworthiness

• feeling fatigued and blue

Parent holding infant

You don't want to miss it!


Have access to these experts and get:

  • Over 30 videos of educational material

  • Handouts

  • Worksheets

  • Course bonuses 

  • Unlimited access to the course content


All together valued at over $1850 but, you have exclusive access:


At the rate of $297!


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