Maggie Yount is a pre and postnatal corrective exercise specialist, a certified personal trainer, a wellness expert and coach with over a decade of experience in holistic health, nutrition, and fitness.
She is also a full-time mom.
Maggie works with other mamas from preconception to birth, and beyond.
Her holistic approach to coaching helps build healthier babies, helps mom have a more connected, resilient body that's able to birth more easily with less pain, and to have a faster/better recovery after baby arrives.
She helps moms have beautiful empowered births for themselves and their babies because she believes in education beyond just prenatal exercises for each trimester. She helps her clients understand and trust their bodies' abilities, know their birthing options, and how to optimally connect to and feel their body for more ease during labor and a quicker recovery. Her coaching empowers moms not just for pregnancy and birth, but for the rest of their lives.
Maggie healed completely after she suffered a severe traumatic brain injury, 14 broken bones, and near death when her car was struck head-on by a drunk driver at the age of 23. Maggie's experiences with trauma, treatment, healing herself, and taking control of her health to have a healthy pregnancy and an unmedicated birth free of complications, gives Maggie expertise she is passionate about sharing in order to help other mamas feel strong and empowered for pregnancy and beyond, and to avoid unnecessary medical intervention and birth trauma.
Born and raised in Nova Scotia on the east coast of Canada, Maggie is now a dual Canadian/US citizen. She loves road trips, photography, is a lifelong equestrian, and is passionate about health and wellness.
Maggie loves healthy, organic food, fonts, good grammar (even though she knows hers isn't perfect!), everyday magic, babies, natural healing, and she constantly seeks out ways to learn more about everything so that she might of even greater service to her clients, family, and herself.
Maggie has a B.A. in print journalism from Concordia University in Montreal, QC and before her accident, she worked for weekly newspapers in Montreal, and at Surfer Magazine.
Maggie now lives in San Diego, California, with her husband, baby boy, two dogs, and a cat.