BECKA NGUYEN

WHY DID YOU BECOME A PRE/ POSTNATAL EXERCISE SPECIALIST?

An instructor once said that as a society we’ve treated pregnant women as if they were sick or disabled, when we should really be training them for a marathon. This revelation made me want to be a part of a changing tide in women’s health. To help them connect to their own bodies and prepare them for the marathon ahead. 

WHAT INSPIRES YOU THE MOST ABOUT OUR CLIENTELE OFBADASS WOMEN?

The way they move through the milestones and challenges and navigate a variety of new phases of their lives, whether it be their first pregnancy or raising three kids. The way they are taking this small time for themselves and oftentimes it’s more for their family, so that they can keep up with their kids. 

IF YOU HAD TO LISTEN TO ONE SONG ON REPEAT FOR THE REST OF YOUR DAYS – WHAT WOULD IT BE?

Ms. Lauryn Hill – Killing me softly

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    Sarah Matias

    Why did you become a pre/ postnatal exercise specialist?

    After working in a physical therapy clinic I very quickly became aware of how underserved the pre/
    postnatal community was. Women who were trying to conceive, pregnant, and postpartum were
    seeking out help and guidance in navigating their motherhood journey. The healthcare professionals
    did not have the time or resources to be able to provide them the one-on-one attention they needed.
    Being able to empower women and help support them through their journey is something that I could
    only have dreamed of. The Lotus Method has allowed me to help women not feel alone through this
    challenging time in their lives, and I love being able to continue supporting them!

    What inspires you the most about our clientele of
    badass women?

    Their priority to take care of themselves! Our clients run the world, from stay at home moms to CEO’s
    these women’s schedules are packed! Yet they still prioritize taking the time to invest in themselves.
    Literally running from a meeting straight into an exercise circuit is not uncommon for our mom’s. They
    carve out an hour to focus on their strength, their mental health, and their happiness!

    If you had to listen to one song on repeat for the
    rest of your days – what would it be?

    How can I just choose one! River by Leon Bridges or Ritual Union by Little Dragon.