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Mother and Daughter

Prenatal & Postpartum Resources

Here at Ferguson Family Chiropractic, we want you to have the best pregnancy

and labor experience possible!

Here is a list of resources to help get you to this goal.



When looking for prenatal yoga make sure you search for the particular trimester you are in. Here are some of my faves when I was pregnant but there are many more out there by these same teachers. 

-Dr. Ashley

Yoga with Adriene: Prenatal Yoga - 5 Poses for All Trimesters

SarabethYoga: Prenatal Morning Yoga Routine (All Trimesters) | Sarah Beth Yoga

BrettLarkinYoga: Quick & Easy Prenatal Morning Yoga Routine (20-min) For All 3 Trimesters


Here are two videos for the labor breathing but there are many more online by these same teachers.

Baily Gaddis

Effective Breathing Techniques for a More Blissful Birth

Learn from a birth doula + childbirth educator the essential breathing techniques that will minimize pain during contractions, help you relax between contractions, and support you in pushing the baby out gently.

Fearless Momma Birth

Breathing Techniques for an easier Labor | Breathing Exercises for Labor

Demonstrating breathing exercises for labor such as De-stressor breathing and Mindful breathing techniques for an easier labor.



A FREE meditation app is INSIGHT TIMER.  It's an amazing app that has a lot of pregnancy meditations and just all different kinds for whatever you need to help refocus, center, be present, and positive.


Here is the link to their webpage where you can download the app.


Another great pregnancy meditation app is Expectful: Expectful Meditation & Sleep App - Fertility, Pregnancy, and Motherhood.


We encourage you to write or print our affirmations and place them on your mirror, in your car, etc... for you to look at everyday. Consider making a banner of birth affirmations for you to have with you while you are in labor to empower you to have the birth experience you desire.  



We encourage you to continue your normal exercise program that you did prior to pregnancy. Your body will guide you when it is time to modify your intensity or type of exercise as your pregnancy progresses.

When you have some time, checkout:

Our doctors will show you some exercises in the office as part of your care, but the Birthfit website is a great resource of information! 

Birth Plan

Here is our Birth Plan template to help give you some guidance while y'all write yours.

Birth Plan Doc

Filling Out a Form

Prenatal Vitamins

Our opinion of the best prenatal vitamins:

  1. Standard Process's Immuplex & Chewable Tuna Omega Oil (Don't chew! Swallow this vitamin)  We have these both in-office.

  2. Garden of Life

  3. Throne

  4. Needed 

  5. Full Well

  6. Ritual

Postpartum Plan

Don't forget about your postpartum plan! Pregnancy and labor is very important, but how you want your postpartum to look like is just as or more important. If mama is not good no one is good. Your postpartum adjustments will support your body in healing and assist you in regaining your vitalism.  Here are some great books to learn more about postpartum planning:

The First Forty Days: The Essential Art of Nourishing the New Mother

The Mommy Plan, Restoring Your Post-Pregnancy Body Naturally, Using Women's Traditional Wisdom

The Fourth Trimester: A Postpartum Guide to Healing Your Body, Balancing Your Emotions, and Restoring Your Vitality

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