Your Postpartum Partner

Becoming a mother is one of the most monumental things to happen to us.

Recovering after birth, no matter what birth you have had, and navigating your way through motherhood can feel extremely overwhelming. Even with people around you, it can feel so lonely.

Your Postpartum Partner has been created with love to assist all mothers.

Whether this is your first time or you have been on this journey before, we will give you the tools to learn how to effectively heal, recover and become your best self…

Complete Postpartum Fitness Recovery

  Exercise Library

Whether this is your first time or you have been on this journey before, we will give you the tools to learn how to effectively heal, recover and become your best self.

  Live Workouts

Workout live with Rebecca Caydas, a professional health and fitness coach.

  Nutrition Advice

Help and advice on the best nutrition to support you in your postpartum recovery.

  Recipe Library

A library of delicious and nutritious recipes you can make quickly while you care for yourself and your new baby.

  Midwife

Emily Dowden – Senior midwifery sister.

  Clinical Psychologist

Dr Catherine Huckle – Chartered Clinical Psychologist.

  Physiotherapist

Lisa Few – Women’s health physiotherapist with 20 years of experience.

  Personal Trainer and Coach

Rebecca Caydas – Personal trainer with over 10 years of experience in the health and fitness industry.

  Community of Experts

Ask questions of our team of experts who can give advice on the challenges you are facing.

  Women just like you

A community of supportive and likeminded women who understand exactly how you feel.

“I remember taking my newborn baby home, sitting on the edge of the sofa and just crying my eyes out.

Exhaustion, happiness, fatigue, nerves…I was hit with all these emotions at once.

I felt lost trying to navigate my way forward. Recovering from birth took a lot longer than I had ever expected, I felt like I had no control over the days, I constantly second-guessed myself and felt so lonely.

When I started posting my honest accounts of motherhood and postpartum on social media, I was instantly shocked at how many other mums were reaching out. I was hearing from so many new mothers that they did not feel like themselves anymore. Questions like “how do you begin to recover from carrying and birthing your baby, whilst simultaneously learning how to be a mother?” were hitting my inbox constantly.

In my 10 years as a coach, I have worked with many mothers and now I wanted to do more and create a community where we can all come together and support one another through what can be a very challenging time.”

Founder – Your Postpartum Partner

Meet Your Postpartum Partners

Emily Dowden

Emily has been a midwife in the NHS for over 10 years and gained experience of both community and hospital midwifery across the country. Emily has helped to facilitate births both at home and in the hospital but her passion is working in the delivery suite, helping women and families during the birth process and immediately after delivery.

Dr Catherine Huckle 

A Chartered Clinical Psychologist registered with the British Psychological Society and the Health Care Professions Council. She specialises in working with adults and has over 15 years of experience of working in the NHS in a variety of settings.

Lisa Few 

Lisa is a specialist women’s health physiotherapist with 20 years of experience treating a wide range of gynaecological and obstetric related conditions working in both the NHS and now private practice.

Rebecca Caydas

After recovering from anorexia, Rebecca trained to become a personal trainer and has spent over 10 years dedicating herself to helping and supporting people to become stronger and fitter, both mentally and physically.

Your Postpartum Partner

Postpartum recovery designed for you

A safe and supportive space for mothers.

A space where they can have easy access to professionals to help them forward in their journey.

A space that gives women the confidence and knowledge to progress in their recovery.

A space where it is all about the mother.