We know music is good for developing minds, but what about the potential positive impact on new mothers? We take a deeper look in this episode of You Time.
047 | June 16th, 2020
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Music is a deep part of our world, but what is the role it can play in supporting a new mom during postpartum? Research shows that there can be positive impacts on a mother’s health and wellness when she chooses to engage in music therapy. If that sounds intimidating, it’s not.
Listen in to this week’s episode as Mary and I dive deeper into the power that music holds for mama and baby.
About Mary Sperline:
Mary Ardington Sperline is a health + wellbeing advocate and certified music educator. She graduated with distinction from the Royal College of Music London’s Master of Science in Performance Science program in 2017.
Mary currently teaches music to K-5 students at an elementary school in the Pacific Northwest. Her passion is making the healing power of music accessible for everyone, especially postpartum mamas. You can follow her on Instagram and learn more about Music for Moms at @marysperline.
How parents can support teachers | 5:35
Impact of music on babies and new moms | 10:07
Helping mothers who need it most | 19:17
Practicing music therapy | 29:08
Mary answers: self-care questions | 38:55
Check out the below for the tools and resources on music therapy and postpartum depression.