Episode 33: Our guest Sara Bonderud, a Jacksonville mom and the founder of Nueva Vida Pelvic Therapy and Women’s Health Collective. In this episode, Sara chats with us about what made her decide to launch her own business, and how her multidisciplinary approach to treating moms before, during, and after birth makes the entire process much smoother for everyone.
Episode 33: Show Notes
Episode 33: About Our Guest
Sara Bonderud is the founder of Nueva Vida Pelvic Therapy and Women’s Health Collective. As an occupational therapist, she started a solo birth coaching practice that is now growing to provide holistic services. Some of her services include pelvic floor therapy, mental health support, and education to women of all ages and stages. When Sara’s not working, you’ll find her reading or spending time with her flock of kids and chickens.
Episode 33: About Nueva Vida Pelvic Therapy and Women’s Health Collective
Nueva Vida Pelvic Floor Therapy and Women’s Health Collective offers pregnancy, birth, postpartum recovery, and pelvic floor therapy. Their unique approach to birth and postpartum care is informed by evidence-based medicine and rooted in traditional holistic practices to promote happy healthy babies and families from day one. They promote a holistic response to concerns related to pregnancy and birth recovery. As an occupational therapist, they will help you fully participate in daily life in all the ways that make it meaningful to you. Nueva Vida is prepared to address concerns about both the mental and physical aspects of pregnancy, birth, and the weeks to come.