Meet Your Instructor

Tanya Tringali, MS, CNM, NASM Certified Personal Trainer, Crossfit Level 1 and Pregnancy & Postpartum Athleticism Coach and Founder of Mother Wit Maternity & Consulting Services


She is a Certified Nurse Midwife with 20 years experience in Maternal-Infant health. As a young mother, she began her career as a doula when she was herself 20 years old and 6-weeks postpartum. She quickly realized that she was destined to be a midwife. She became a Registered Nurse in 2003 and a Certified Nurse-Midwife in 2007. She is adjunct faculty at New York University and Georgetown University. She has cared for thousands of women over the years and has caught nearly 1200 babies.

The birth story of this course


Tanya provides one-of-a-kind, one-on-one, comprehensive postpartum care: Bi-monthly virtual check-ins and unlimited text support. The reality is that one-on-one care can be expensive, yet you deserve access to this information. This course is the curated content she delivers in her program.

Now you can access this content anytime, from the comfort of your own home. You can even request a live one-on-one coaching session if and when an area of need arises.

This course is designed to ease your transition into parenthood by arming you with information and giving you access to a more individualized approach when you decide it is needed.


Expert Interviews


You will hear from experts from the fields of nursing, lactation, perinatal mental health, pelvic floor physical therapy and pediatric sleep coaching. When you need a specialist, they are there for you too! Meet the team!



 

Accessible and Affordable

Preparing for postpartum has never been more important than it is today. In this course, you have access to EIGHT experts including a Certified Nurse Midwife, Family Nurse Practitioner, Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist, Pediatric Sleep Coach, International Board Certified Lactation Consultants and Perinatal Mental Health Specialists.


This course includes 10+ hours of video content as well as:

  • Worksheets and infographics
  • A "How To" video library teaching you all the things you need to know about assessing your own healing and recovery
  • How to manage common breastfeeding problems
  • Strategies for moving your body in the early postpartum period.

You can't beat the price and you won't regret the peace of mind.


Use discount code BETAMODE at checkout for $50 off when you pay in full and BETAPAYMENTPLAN when you choose to pay in 3 monthly installments!

$149

The Mother Wit Comprehensive Postpartum Education Series

Beta Version (through August 15, 2021)

In this version of the course, you have access to the course instructor for free. As of August 16, 2021, there will be two versions of the course.


No access to course instructor (i.e. comments off) $99

Access to course instructor (i.e. comments on) $149

3 payments of $50/month

Payment Plan

When should I purchase this course?

This course can be purchased any time during pregnancy to about 6 weeks postpartum. The sooner you purchase, the bigger bang for your buck!

When people work with me one on one, we get started around 34-36w. This course is based on that work and should be treated similarly but there is content included that takes you through to about the end of the fourth trimester, or around 12 weeks postpartum.

I recommend working through the first two sections which are intended for pregnancy and the early days while still pregnant whenever possible and simply reviewing parts of the course when something arises or you need a refresher.

Longer videos have timestamps to help you find what you are looking for faster on your second pass through the material.

Here is an example from our section on Mental Health:

Video highlights

  • What a new parent can expect to feel in the early days (0:00)
  • What is the difference between baby blues and postpartum depression? (8:53)
  • What is the difference between depression and anxiety? (24:15)
  • Mood disorders in the non-birthing partner(29:00) This discussion weaves in and out of a number of larger topics about family structures and supports
  • What does going to therapy look like? Or, rather, what should it look like, especially in the perinatal period (40:00)
  • Tanya ask Jen and Taylor to tell them what they think people who are still pregnant should consider thinking about or planning for while still pregnant(50:00)

Already Postpartum?

There is still a ton of valuable information to be had, especially if you are less than 6 weeks postpartum or you are feeling unseen, unheard, or uncared for. If you are beyond 6 weeks postpartum, feel free to contact us to see how we can help.

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Curriculum


  Introduction and how to use this course
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  Planning for postpartum and the truth about the early days
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  Thriving in the early days
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  Preparing for your 6-week postpartum visit
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  Matrescence: Your unique transition to motherhood
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  How to Videos, worksheets and infographics
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