Episode 39

Published on:

12th Feb 2021

Building a Positive Relationship with Your Body During Pregnancy with Quinn Tew

Hello Everyone! We’re so excited to share today’s episode with you, featuring Quinn Tew. Quinn is a fitness, nutrition and mindset coach who specializes in women’s health and has worked in the industry for 14 years. She is devoted to helping women harness their overall strength and resilience by embracing the physiological power of the female body.

What we discuss

  • How participating in aesthetics competition in the fitness industry led to self-judgement and an unhealthy relationship with her body;
  • How pregnancy has shifted Quinn's relationship to her body by learning how to be more intuitive and listening to it;
  • Syncing nutrition with the baby's physiological development process helped decrease her morning sickness, made her feel strong and capable and eliminated the risk of preeclampsia and gestational diabetes;
  • The science of interoception and its impact on improving your relationship with your body;
  • Understanding the menstrual cycle and infradian rhythm to harness the power of the female body and improve women's competitive advantage
  • Why scientific studies have historically been damaging for women
  • The importance of optimizing rest and the REM cycle


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This Thing Called Movement
Welcome to This Thing Called Movement! Join us as we expand our understanding and awareness of the multi-faceted, often unspoken, ways movement influences and heals us. From the physical to the mental, emotional to the spiritual, there is so much movement richness in the world that we aren't aware of. We'll debunk myths, share expert advice and gain insight into our guests' personal movement experiences and the transformations that resulted. Step in for inspiring conversations that empower you to cultivate a healthy relationship with your body and experience the powerful benefits movement has to offer.