Ayurveda places a lot of emphasis on Post-natal care. It’s easy to understand why. The baby is new to the world and deserves special care and attention. Meanwhile, the mother has entered a new phase of womanhood and deserves twice the care and attention because her well-being directly impacts the well-being of the child and hence the rest of the family.
- Rejuvenating and Restoring Maternal Health
- Relief of body pains and aches
- Postnatal Kit with Herbal Products
- Correcting digestive troubles
- Breast feeding and bonding
- Baby Care and Massage Techniques
- Nutrition after delivery
- Pelvic floor exercises
- Realign the spine
- Postnatal Yoga/Pranayama
- Relaxation for the mother
- Overall repair and toning the muscles.
That’s why we have incorporated the following elements in our post-natal care:
1. Ensure mother’s well-being
The first 3 months following the delivery can be a daunting period for the mother. Her body has undergone a sea change, her hormones are creating havoc inside her and she has no time to adjust to her role as a newborn’s mother.
The net result: unfamiliar but much-needed physical, mental and emotional needs. The new mother needs to not only identify these needs but also ensure that they are met. We will tell you how to go about the whole process.
2. Celebrate the mother-baby bond
Breast-feeding is the most crucial but not the only way to nurture the strong bond between mother and baby. The new bundle of joy may not seem communicative, but it has the wisdom of the ages. A new mother can communicate deeply and meaningful with her infant using various techniques that we will teach you. These simple steps would lay the foundation for a lifelong bond between mother and child.
3. Ensure family’s well-being
While this phase can be joyous for the entire family, it can also be taxing and stressful for close family members. Clear communication will help alleviate the situation.
As part of our program, we will help the mother understand how she can involve the husband and other members of the family in caregiving and in her own process of recovery. This is all the more important because she is in dire need of rest and positivity.
We will equip you with all the information and orientation you need during the post-natal journey.
Usually 3 sessions will suffice, but we will schedule more if needed.
And yes, once the child is a little older, we shall initiate a new phase of child care through our Swarna Bindu Prashana program.