Motherhood

Postpartum Weight Loss

My Postpartum Weight Loss Journey: What I Gained From Losing Sixty-Five Pounds Last Year

When I checked into the hospital the weekend my daughter was born, I weighed 212 pounds. I had put on a whopping sixty-two pounds during my 37 weeks of pregnancy. Sure, some of it would come off naturally as my postpartum body slowly started to heal itself, but the rest? I was stuck with it.…
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Prenatal Yoga FAQ

Prenatal Yoga FAQ

Finding out your pregnant can be both the most exciting and scariest time of your life. You no longer are thinking of just your own wellness but also that of your unborn child. Talk about a lot to think about. Pregnancy is one kind of experience, which requires a certain form of support and learning.…
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Prenatal Yoga Flow

20-Minute Prenatal Yoga Flow with Clare

If you’ve spent any time getting to know us, online or in-person, you’ll know we’re all about supporting mothers at all stages of the journey. Whether you’re prenatal, postnatal, or a veteran mama — Ohana is here for your body, mind, and soul. This is why we want to give you a preview of our prenatal…
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Postpartum Stretches

Postpartum Stretches to Support Your Post-Baby Body & Mind

A New Normal Postpartum. It’s a word I had a vague idea about before having my first baby. I knew I’d be tired, sore, maybe even a little delirious in the following weeks. But what I didn’t know was how woefully unprepared I was when it came to understanding my body’s new chemistry. The intense…
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Postnatal Yoga FLOW

Postnatal Yoga FLOW with Alyssa: Heal Your Body

While having a baby can be the most beautiful event of your life, it also brings massive change to all aspects of your being. But most obvious, after giving birth, your body is completely different. After birth, it takes time to feel like yourself again in your body. It takes time to rehabilitate after the…
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Postnatal Yoga FAQ

We know that having a baby can be the most exciting event in your life, and the scariest, all at the same time. Pregnancy is one kind of experience, which requires a certain form of support and learning. The postnatal period, after you’ve given birth, is completely different. Not only do you have your new…
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