Learn how to boost your mood
and energy post baby.

Are you tired of not feeling like yourself, not having the time to eat right or take care of yourself, too exhausted to keep up with your kids and make it through what you need to get done in a day? Are you unsure how to properly nourish yourself postpartum, not exactly sure what your body needs? Are you in need of support to help you get started in eating healthier, moving more, and taking care of yourself so that you can best take care of your kids? 


Postpartum (especially that first 12-18 months) can be beautiful, chaotic, overwhelming, incredible, and hard all at once. I remember feeling very overwhelmed and shocked at the chance in lifestyle after having my first. I truly didn’t feel prepared for the postpartum period. Since then, I have been extremely passionate about helping moms feel the best they can during this difficult period, so that you can take care of your babies and feel-good doing so.  Despite being overtired and overworked there are things that you can do to nourish your body and feel good.


Next program launching February 2023

The New Mom Surthrival Guide
8 - week postpartum program

Meet your facilitators

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Angela Wallace

Angela Wallace is a registered dietitian, certified personal trainer, and certified Pilates instructor specializing in women’s fitness and nutrition. She has a bachelors of science degree in food and nutrition and a master’s degree in applied human nutrition. She has taken additional trainings in pre/postnatal fitness, pre/postnatal pilates, TRX, and barre. Angela is passionate about supporting women in their fitness goals during pregnancy and once baby arrives. Based on her personal experiences during pregnancy, birth, and postpartum she truly believes that fitness and connecting to the core makes all the difference. Angela loves teaching pilates and barre inspired classes that will leave you feeling energized, toned, strong, and connected to your core.

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Jessica Doig

Jessica Doig is a Registered Physiotherapist that specializes in prenatal and postpartum pelvic health. She has a background in exercise science with a bachelors degree in Kinesiology and a Masters in Physiotherapy. She has always been a strong advocate for women’s health but that passion grew exponentially as she navigated her own pregnancy and postpartum fitness. She wanted to build a program that allowed women to continue to feel strong and athletic throughout their pregnancy but with the appropriate pelvic health considerations and rehabilitation postpartum.

Program includes:

  • Individual pelvic floor physio and nutrition appointments (assessment and follow ups) to work on your individual needs with Jessica and Angela 

  • Weekly 15-minute pilates inspired workouts and schedule (2 workouts a week, that can be repeated for more movement)

  • Live virtual workout (20-30 minutes with Angela) each week + group chat

  • Pre-recorded education webinars including nutrition for postpartum recovery, core strengthening post baby, pelvic floor postpartum, etc. 

  • Signature energy boosting daily check list
    (to keep you feeling your best)

  • Meal ideas, eating guidelines, and simple healthy recipes 

  • Week core rehab exercises to strengthen your core post baby

  • Community support

Join Angela and Jessica's waitlist to save your spot AND to get an exclusive discount when the program launches.


What Clients Say

(from previous postpartum program)

I started working with Angela when I was 6 months postpartum with my 2nd child. My weight had plateaued and I was struggling to lose the last 20 lbs of my baby weight. Once I got in contact with Angela, she helped me by creating a food menu for both me and my husband, helped me understand my portion sizes, and really taught me the importance of ensuring all my nutritional needs were met. Within 4-5 months of working together, I lost the 20 lbs that I was looking to lose, and now 6 months later I have continued to keep the weight off by using her knowledge of balanced meals and nutrition and applying it to my food choices. I am much more in tune with my body and its needs, and my relationship with food has drastically improved.

Program is eligible for partial coverage by extended health care benefits for registered dietitian services.