• Nicole Coons

How-To: Belly Wrapping in Postpartum

Belly wrapping is an Ayurvedic practice that supports a mother’s core/belly restabilization as a means to re-balancing the Vata dosha.


For core and belly restabilization, and for balancing the Vata dosha as well as many other functions of the body, Ayurveda espouses a practice of belly wrapping, also referred to as belly binding.


The ideal time to do belly wrapping is right after birth for anything from 5-8 hours. Each week, you will reduce the amount of time wearing your wrap so that by six weeks, you are mostly or completely weaned from using it.


Ready to get started? Watch the video demonstration on how to wrap your belly.




If you want to know more, check out the details about why this practice works.

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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