Company Information

    Every Mother was founded on January 2013. The company is based in Brooklyn, NY, USA . The number of employees in Every Mother is less than 10. Every mother is designed for women at all stages of motherhood.

    Here is how Every Mother describes itself: "Every Mother is a community & knowledge circle dedicated to achieving health & fitness for motherhood. The only program proven for diastasis recti repair."
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          Funding & investors

          Every Mother has received 2 rounds of venture funding. The total funding amount is around $1.5M.
          • Courtside Ventures (Micro vc)
          • The Fund (Micro vc)
          • Ilia Papas (Angel)
          • Jenny Fielding (Investment partner)
          • Robin Berzin (Angel)
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                        Every Mother - Blog

                          • What Happens When You Stop Labeling Food As Good or Bad?

                          • The holiday season is a time of celebration, but maintaining balanced eating habits during this time can be challenging. Diet culture has led us to think about foods as good or bad, and by labeling foods in this way, we’ve come to believe that some foods are off-limits while others are the only ones that […]The post What Happens When You Stop Labeling Food As Good or Bad? appeared first on Every Mother.
                          • What is a Pelvic Floor Therapist?

                          • Pregnancy and childbirth are life-changing in so many ways and require immense sacrifice; your pelvic health should not be one of them. Here’s what you need to know about the pelvic floor, what pelvic floor physical therapy is, what a pelvic floor therapist does, and the symptoms to watch for. What is the pelvic floor? […]The post What is a Pelvic Floor Therapist? appeared first on Every Mother.
                          • What Is a C-Section Shelf?

                          • In modern western medicine, having a cesarean delivery (or a C-section) is a common part of the birthing experience. Whether planned or due to complications during labor, the CDC states nearly one-third of births are by C-section, However common the surgery, C-section recovery requires more education and different care than a vaginal birth. Following proper […]The post What Is a C-Section Shelf? appeared first on Every Mother.
                          • Hospital for Special Surgery & Every Mother Clinical Trial

                          • Hospital for Special Surgery Clinical Trial Finds Every Mother’s EMbody Program Effective at Healing Diastasis Recti, Urinary Leaking, and Back Pain Every Mother’s EMbody Program is already a clinically proven program that enables and equips women in every stage of motherhood to resolve diastasis recti. Our core is key for our overall health, and how […]The post Hospital for Special Surgery & Every Mother Clinical Trial appeared first on Every Mother.
                          • Low Milk Supply? Consider These Three Tips

                          • Dietitian Sheila Varshney’s guide to improving your breast milk supply and production. For parents who opt to breastfeed their children, getting educated about nursing is a wise way to prepare for your breastfeeding journey and ultimately have a successful breastfeeding experience. The results of a national survey show that while 84% of babies receive breastmilk […]The post Low Milk Supply? Consider These Three Tips appeared first on Every Mother.
                          • 4 Tips for Exercise While Breastfeeding & Pumping

                          • Returning to exercise postpartum can be challenging, and doing so while breastfeeding or pumping only adds further complexity to the process. The ACOG suggests postpartum women stay active for 20-30 minutes a day and focus on “exercises that help strengthen major muscle groups, including abdominal and back muscles.” But will working out impact milk production? […]The post 4 Tips for Exercise While Breastfeeding & Pumping appeared first on Every Mother.

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