Postpartum Recovery Simplified

What to do when after birth

Or have your guide sent to you each month


We will help you find your strength again mama!

Our simple guides will help walk you through each month of recovery after birth with:

Simple Exercises

quick core, pelvic floor, and whole body exercises*

Healing Timelines

the body's healing timeline over the first year*

Tips for Common Struggles

common struggles and what to do about them*


Find out what to do when after birth.

Topics covered:

Answers to questions like: “Is this normal?”

  • healing timelines for vaginal tears, episiotomies, and C-sections
  • when to expect your abs and pelvic floor to recover and when and where to seek help
Simple exercises that won’t overwhelm you
  • for posture, pelvic floor, and back pain
Actionable tips for common struggles
  •  healthy habits for the pelvic floor, returning to exercise, lifting, and more

Full site launches August 2022!

Starting in August 2022, you will be able to enter your baby’s birthday and find simple steps to support your recovery each month right on this site. Sign up right now and get a jump start with your free First Year Guide today and then we will start emailing you your Month-By-Month Guide starting in August!


Our Postpartum Specialists

headshot of Kristina Kehoe

Hey there!

I'm Kristina.

I’m a board certified doctor of physical therapy specializing in women’s health. I’ve spent the better part of the last 7 years working predominantly with pregnant and postpartum moms as a physical therapist. I work to help soon-to-be and new moms stay healthy and active through motherhood and beyond. 

Even as a physical therapist who specializes in women’s health, I found it challenging to balance motherhood with my own physical and mental health after our daughter was born almost 3 years ago! I’m still trying to figure out the best combination. Through my own journey and talking to other moms, I realized we need better (and frankly more) resources to guide us through postpartum and beyond. Along with Alex, I aim to make the process of caring for yourself and baby simpler in order to live the life you want.

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Hi mama!

I'm Alex.

I’m a doctor of physical therapy and an engineer specializing in women’s health. I make the physical transitions of pregnancy, birth, and postpartum recovery even simpler for moms by designing digital solutions that help you find strength in motherhood.

I have 2 daughters and a third on the way, so I understand that physical health is important, but most of us don’t have the time for exercise like we did before we had kids! No matter where you are today, let’s simplify postpartum recovery with actionable steps you can take each month that fit into your family’s new schedule.

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    *Note: We provide information on postpartum recovery not healthcare advice. We encourage you to discuss any content with your healthcare provider – we value their role in your recovery and this site is not a replacement for healthcare services like obstetricians, gynecologists, midwives, primary care providers, physical and occupational therapists, and mental health providers. See our Terms & Disclaimer and our Resources for more information.