Curious & Curiouser Podcast, Episode 59: Pelvic Floor Health, Core Strength, Diaphragmatic Breathing, & Postpartum Recovery

This week on Curious & Curiouser, Tracey and I are welcoming back Liz Winters of Sprout Wellness to talk all things pregnancy, pelvic floor, and postpartum recovery. If you are a long-time listener of the show, you’ll remember Liz from episodes 14 and 15. Which means you already know how fabulous she is.

If you’re a new listener, here’s what you need to know:  Liz Winters is a nutritional therapy practitioner, crossfit coach, and the Regional Director for Birthfit NE Portland. She’s also an all around wonderful human.

In this conversation, Liz talks with Tracey and me about fitness during pregnancy and after birth, pelvic floor health (i.e. what’s normal?), core strength, diaphragmatic breathing, and so much more. This episode is full of so much useful information — and not just for moms or future moms. You will love it. Guaranteed.

As always, if you love the episode, please consider leaving the show a 5-star rating or review in iTunes. Tracey and I are trying to grow our audience right now in the hopes that we can keep the show going, so please help us out by taking two minutes to rate them. We would really appreciate it!

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Highlights from the episode:

Piquing Our Curiosity:

The Willow breast pump. “Designed to work quietly in your bra with no attachments, Willow lets you keep your clothes on—so you can move and pump as you please.” What? Yep. Sounds pretty fabulous to us. Check them out online here.

Also:  If you are interested in taking one of Liz’z classes or workshops, please use the code GETCURIOUS at checkout to save 15%. Go here to see what classes she has on offer right now!


Remember, if you have any topics or questions you’d like us to address in a future episode, comment here or email us at our joint email account: We’d love to hear from you!

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