Are you craving energy, calm, and clarity?

CalmMom is a collection of breath, fascia, and movement breaks to
overcome your overwhelm, nourish your body, and calm your mind.

Tired? Stressed? Drained? Overwhelmed? Stiff? Achey? Scattered? etc…

I get it. Sometimes, us moms, just need a breather.

Kid throwing his 17th tantrum of the day while dishes are piling up in the sink?

Laundry still needs to be folded after you’ve fluffed it for the 5th time that day?

Work deadline looming, but you can’t think clearly enough to perform at your best?

Sometimes, all it takes to settle your nerves and reclaim your focus is a little bit of mindful breathing, energizing movement, and stress release.

CalmMom activities are specifically formulated to give you a break from the stress and overwhelm surrounding you – and they’re designed to perform right on the spot – no equipment necessary!

Female fitness trainer sitting in a deep squat on a rock on a river. Her eyes are closed as if she's in deep thought. She's wearing a black sports bra and purple leggings.

What if… you could zap your tension and release stress with just a few simple breath and movement techniques in a matter of minutes?

Inside CalmMom, you’ll practice:

Reducing Mental Load, Stress and Overwhelm

Calming Anxiety & Improving Mobility

Boosting Immunity

Enhancing Posture & Strength

Improving Overall Wellness

Reducing Aches/Pains

Reduce Stress & Overwhelm:

We take 20,000-25,000 breaths per day. The quality of those breaths matters. Breathing poorly is not only going to cause more stress and panic during your toughest moments, it’s also going to create tension in your neck and shoulders, and mess with your posture.

Learning how to breathe well can be life-changing, stress-relieving, and tension-melting.

Calm Anxiety:

Engaging in physical activity has been associated with a 25% reduction in the risk of developing anxiety disorders.
Source: Harvard Health Publishing

Improve Your Mobility:

Fascia plays a crucial role in maintaining flexibility and range of motion. Healthy fascia is more pliable, allowing for smooth and unrestricted movement.
Source: Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies

Boost Your Immunity:

Our fascia connects to every structure in our body. Healthy connective tissue equals a stronger immune system.

Chronic inflammation can impact the health of fascia and connective tissue. In turn, healthy fascia may play a role in modulating inflammation, which is a crucial aspect of immune function.
Source: Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies

Enhance Your Posture, Build Your Strength:

Fascia plays a crucial role in maintaining the structural integrity of the body. Healthy fascia supports proper alignment, reducing the likelihood of postural imbalances.
Source: Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies

Studies suggest a correlation between breathing patterns and spinal curvature. Focused breath-work may positively impact the alignment of the spine and overall posture.
Source: Journal of Physical Therapy Science

According to a study published in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, incorporating resistance stretching into your fitness routine can lead to significant improvements in both flexibility and strength. The study found that participants who engaged in resistance stretching exercises demonstrated not only increased flexibility but also enhanced muscle strength compared to those who performed traditional static stretching alone. This suggests that resistance stretching can effectively improve both flexibility and strength simultaneously, making it a valuable addition to any fitness regimen.
Source: Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research

Improve Your Overall Wellness:

Maintaining good posture has been linked to positive effects on mental well-being. Upright posture is associated with increased confidence and reduced feelings of stress.
Source: Health Psychology

Engaging in regular movement practices, including exercises that target core strength, balance, and flexibility, can positively influence posture and overall wellness by promoting muscle balance and joint mobility.
Source: Journal of Physical Therapy Science

Reduce Your Aches & Pains:

Pelvic floor exercises, including those that engage deep core muscles, have been associated with a reduced risk of pregnancy-related [and postpartum-related] aches and pains, such as pelvic-girdle pain or low back pain.
Source: European Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Biology

Core stability exercises, focusing on deep core muscles, have demonstrated effectiveness in reducing low back pain during pregnancy [and postpartum].
Source: Spine Journal

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