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Mind, Body, Pregnancy
by Dr. Tami Rowen, MD, MS & Dr. Nichelle Haynes, DO & Dr. Ashley Rawlins, PT, DPT
A class designed for women who want to understand the impact pregnancy can have on their mental, physical, and sexual health.
This class features 3 women’s health experts: Dr. Tami Rowen, MD - a Board-Certified Obstetrician and Gynecologist, Dr. Nichelle Haynes, MD- a Board-Certified Psychiatrist, and Dr. Ashley Rawlins, DPT - a Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist.
In 8 lessons, you’ll learn the changes your mental, physical, and sexual health go through during pregnancy, as well as receive supportive resources and techniques so you stay in the best space during your pregnancy.
Actionable items designed to incorporate in your everyday life.
Take this class for FREE until September 30th
What You'll Learn
Pregnancy MythsDr. Rowen explains some of the physical and emotional changes that happen during pregnancy to dispel the most common myths about sex and pregnancy.
Sex Moving ForwardAs you transition into each trimester of pregnancy, the impact on your sexual health changes. Dr. Rowen talks through the last trimesters of pregnancy and how that may impact sex for you.
Mental Health BasicsDr. Haynes will cover the basics of mood and anxiety disorders. This will serve as the foundation to understand how your mental health can impact you during pregnancy.
Mental Health & PregnancyFor many, pregnancy is a difficult and stressful time. Dr. Haynes discusses how your mental health may be impacted by pregnancy and the importance of staying in the best mental space.
Pelvic Floor & PregnancyNew to some, a review for others! Learn about the anatomy of the pelvic floor and how it relates to birth.
Baby-Pushing PowerhouseIn this lesson, Dr. Rawlins explains how to keep your pelvic floor healthy and ready for delivery. She talks through what healthy muscles feel like, and how you can use your muscles to have the best delivery.
Prenatal ExerciseMost women are told by their physicians that they should exercise during pregnancy, but how do you know which exercises are safe? Dr. Rawlins provides guidance on how to exercise safely and ideas to get motivated during pregnancy.
Staying IntimateDr. Rawlins explains why staying strong and healthy throughout your pregnancy is important so you can stay intimate during your pregnancy. If you feel up to it, sex is safe for you and your baby!
Meet Your Instructors
Dr. Tami Rowen, MD, MS
Dr. Tami Rowen is an obstetrician and gynecologist who specializes in sexual health and gynecological care for women with disabilities, women with cancer, and transgender individuals. Rowen also provides routine prenatal care, family planning services, and management of both routine and complex gynecological conditions. She provides surgical and medical treatment for conditions including abnormal uterine bleeding, fibroids, adnexal masses (growths near the uterus and related structures), cervical dysplasia (precancerous cells on the cervix), and endometriosis.
Rowen is an internationally recognized expert in sexual health. She serves on the board for the International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health and as an associate editor for the Journal of Sexual Medicine. She has conducted studies in developing countries on family planning as well as safe motherhood.
Dr. Nichelle Haynes, DO
Dr. Nichelle Haynes is a board-certified psychiatrist who practices perinatal psychiatry where she focuses on helping people optimize their mental health during infertility, pregnancy, postpartum, and parenting.
She practices in Austin Texas where she lives with her husband and 2 young boys. Dr. Haynes believes everyone deserves to enjoy the journey toward parenthood and spends much of her free time on social media educating about mental health.
Dr. Ashley Rawlins, PT, DPT
Ashley is a doctor of physical therapy. She has advanced certification in the treatment of Pelvic Health and Obstetric Health (CAPP-Pelvic, CAPP-OB). She specializes in the treatment of pelvic floor muscle dysfunctions including pelvic pain, sexual dysfunction, pregnancy-related pain, postpartum recovery, and bowel and bladder dysfunction. She is a practicing clinician, educator, and author in the field of women's health physiotherapy.
She has taught courses on women’s health physical therapy to physical therapy students in Dallas, has provided education to groups throughout the community, as well as assisting in teaching continued education courses to physical therapists and other healthcare professionals. Her most important job is being a wife and mother to her silly, active little boy and sassy, precious daughter. She enjoys running, yoga, hiking, dancing, or anything that gets her moving and is always up for trying the newest fitness or wellness trends.
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