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The Nesting Place is a safe space for expectant, new and seasonsed moms to gather and learn together, from each other and compassionate professionals.
I fell in love with massage therapy at a young age when my parents used to help me feel better using massage for growing pains. After attending Finger Lakes School of Massage she also ... morebecame interested in Aromatherapy.

In 2014 I became a mother and used massage to help my daughter sleep and for another way to bond. I also breastfed until her daughter was nearly two, though it was a very difficult and frustrating journey in the beginning. In 2016 I was blessed with another daughter who also breastfed for two years. During this journey, I realized that it wasn't an easy one and wanted to help others with their journies. In December 2018 I had a son. He had a severe lip and posterior tongue tie requiring them to be released so he could nurse properly.

Motherhood inspired me to add a certification for teaching parents how to massage their babies. I am a certified instructor with the International Association of Infant Massage (IAIM). These classes are taught in sessions. There are 5 weeks to each session.

My own issues with breastfeeding also led me to become a certified lactation counselor (CLC) in order to help other parents avoid or at least understand the issues they come across.

I also felt that women are often left out of care. We are not treated as a whole person, but as incubators, and are expected to jump up after childbirth and get right back into our old lives. So I got training for prenatal massage.

Rhode Island Prenatal Massage works with anyone who needs or wants a massage but specializes in women. Our mission is to support every woman before, during and after pregnancy with our services and resources.
Dr. Julianna Allen (she/her) is board certified pelvic floor physical therapist in the greater Boston area. She provides in-home and virtual / online physical therapy and wellness ... moreservices for people of all genders. She is passionate about helping moms with the full spectrum of pelvic floor dysfunction: urinary leaking, constipation, diastasis rectus abdomins, pelvic pain, pain with intercourse, tailbone pain, pelvic organ prolapse. She offers pregnancy wellness assessments and teaches expecting parents how to strengthen the pelvic floor to reduce urinary incontinence, pelvic floor relaxation and pushing, labor positoning, how to have your first pee and poo without pain, safe exercise during pregnancy, and return to exercise postpartum. Dr. Allen loves enabling moms to get back to exercise without pain or leaking. She is the owner of Embrace Physical Therapy & Wellness & a founder of The Healthy Pelvis Project.
Dr. Allen just launched a course called Postpartum Essentials in collaboration with The Healthy Pelvis Project (www.thehealthypelvisproject.com). Our mission is to inclusively help all birthing people to prepare for the physical challenges of early postpartum and heal their pelvic floor and core. The Healthy Pelvis Project was created by two doctors of physical therapy and certified pelvic health specialists. Our goal is to offer legitimate advice and realistic evidence based strategies to help you survive and thrive postpartum. It includes how to survive your first 48 hours and first 6 weeks after birth from a physical standpoint: how to have your first pee and poo with less pain and discomfort, how to lift and feed your baby to reduce back pain and manage with a c-section scar. The course includes how to have pain free sex after baby, how to get your bowels and bladder back on track, manage pain, and strengthen your core.