Are you prepared for what lies ahead in pregnancy, birth & postpartum?

Our results-based experiences give you full support in
having a stronger, easier birth, a FULL recovery in postpartum and get you back to running as a mom.
What if….
  • You could have a healthy pregnancy & a healthy baby with as little pain and discomfort as possible
     

  • You felt ready to rock your birth, confident you could handle any curve ball like a boss 
     

  • You could recover fully in postpartum, get your core and pelvic floor strength back and be STRONGER than before you had kids!

Devoted Mamas is here to help you access your deepest levels of strength and vitality through the wild and sacred journey of motherhood.

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Hi Mama!

We are Nicole & Kendra – Devoted Mamas, and sisters.

 

We’ve been teaching students in movement and mindfulness for over 15 years, and our vision of supporting prenatal & postpartum moms came into laser focus when we had kids of our own.

 

Nicole's kids are 12 and 9, and Kendra's are 7 and 4. With each pregnancy, we understood more and more just how important the CORRECT movement is for pregnancy and postpartum.

 

We also realized the significant role a mother's MINDSET and SUPPORT play in her experience through pregnancy, birth and postpartum.

 

The long and winding roads we took to find reliable guidance we could trust (and going down many dead ends in the process) led us to develop clear methods to support mothers from pregnancy through postpartum. 

Since Devoted Mamas' founding in 2017, our mission is to help you through all the stages of motherhood - stay super strong (and calm!) during pregnancy, be the BOSS of your birth, and help you bring life back to your core + pelvic floor in postpartum.

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Pregnancy
Get confident and comfortable in your body.

Instead of just hoping for the best, I actually trained my mind and body to prepare for birth.  I remember Nicole saying that when you run a marathon you train for many weeks so that you are prepared.  Preparing for birth should be similar.

Jill, Cranford

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