Yoga for Fertility

A Yin to the frantic Yang of our 21st-century lives The majority of couples going through infertility treatment report some degree of stress. Both infertility itself and the treatment required to overcome it can be incredibly stressful! In general, our everyday lives don’t exactly make things stress-free, as we’ve seen mindfulness, meditation and minimal living on …

Sthira & Sukha: finding (Strength & Ease), through Baby & Me Yoga

Patanjali described the physical practice of yoga in Sanskrit as “Sthira Sukham Asanam.” Loosely defined, we should strive to practice yoga with strength and in a relaxed manner.      Sthira translates as strong, steady, and stable.      Sukha means comfortable, happy, and relaxed.      Asanam refers to the physical practice of yoga. Baby and Me …

Flip the Script: weathering the storm

  the storm that is infertility National Infertility Awareness Week (NIAW) may have ended, but for those who struggle with this illness its an all day, every day battle. My hope in joining the thousands who also vocalized their story was to decrease the stigma behind the “I” word … infertility. It’s time to Flip …

Gratitude: my journey through Infertility

Stories of Gratitude: My Journey Through Infertility Written By: Tanya Findlay (for Bump Club & Beyond) Posted: November 16, 2017 Categories: Feature New Moms Pregnancy Share: Tags: gratitude Infertility IVF   When my husband I decided to start a family 4 ½ years ago we initially approached our “let’s make a baby” plan in the most relaxed way possible: didn’t obsess over it, didn’t …