Dayna M. Kurtz

Author of Mother Matters: A Holistic Guide to Being a Happy, Healthy Mom

http://www.daynamkurtz.com/

Dayna M. Kurtz, LMSW, CPT, is a leading authority on the subject of women transitioning to motherhood and serves as Director of the Anna Keefe Women's Center at the Training Institute for Mental Health in Manhattan. She is a writer, licensed social worker and NASM (National Academy of Sports Medicine) Certified Personal Trainer with an additional certification in training pre- and postnatal clients. Dayna is the author of The Female Body Fix and a contributor to The Doctor's Book of Natural Remedies (both published by Rodale, 2018). Dayna also serves as a Real Answers expert on TheBump.com. She has written or been consulted on articles for the websites of The Today Show, Pregnancy & Newborn, Pop Sugar, Big City Moms, Pregnancy Corner, Women's Running, ProNatal Fitness, and WAG Magazine among others, and writes the Mother Matters blog for the Huffington Post. A sought-after speaker, Dayna regularly presents on the subject of mothercare. She lives in New York City with her family.

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Why It’s Incredibly Important for New Mothers to Care for Themselves, According to a Postnatal Expert

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