You have a vague sense that you should be doing something for your body, especially your pelvic floor– 

But you're too exhausted from keeping your newborn alive to figure out what that *something* is.

Plus you're still recovering (physically and mentally) from giving birth.

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You’ve spent hours (probably more like days or weeks) getting to know your baby: how to feed her, how to soothe her, what she needs to sleep for more than five minutes
– and while you’ve gotten to know her better, you barely recognize yourself 


Maybe you expected your body to look different, but you were unprepared for it to feel so different, so beyond your control. From the hot flashes to the leaky boobs to the bleeding, you’ve got a lot to manage

Imagine having a holistic resource tailored to new mamas, one that shows you how to take care of your pelvic floor in the midst of everything you're doing.

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How to properly support YOUR body while feeding baby.


Which rest positions help your organs move back to their pre-pregnancy spots.



What to consider (and DO) when you’re ready to explore sex again.


You want your body back - and even if it doesn’t physically look the same, you’d settle for it FUNCTIONING like it used to.

^aka NO leaking, NO pain.


Oh, and pain-free sex would be nice. Heck – ENJOYABLE sex!

What real moms are saying

This is going to be SO HELPFUL for new moms!

Each section (of the PDF) was a great length - a mom could easily read a section or two at a time. Each video was a good length, too.

I really appreciated the focus on gently taking care of Mama for the sake of Mama, that came through clearly from the beginning.

⅓ of women experience pelvic floor problems post-pregnancy: whether that means pee leaks, prolapse, or pain, these issues are COMMON but NOT normal.



And there are things you can do to help well before that six week “all clear.”


Helen, 2023

"Oh how I wish I had this after childbirth! I was very impressed with how much information you share that is never told to new moms.  I had so many of these symptoms for years and had no idea they were connected. It was overwhelming for me to bring up so many issues with a doctor (and even admit to myself I had so many issues) so I tried to ignore many of the issues and just lived with the pain."


 Healing From Home
by Tighten Your Tinkler

A collection of holistic resources to help women make the most of their first two months postpartum.

Packed with practical tips in bite-sized portions, Healing From Home was created with new moms in mind.

The digital guide will walk you through recovery tips (delivery specific), holistic practices, and at-home assessments, with the video library available to show you exactly how to implement them.

You can skim the parts you need now and save the rest for later (even if that later is months from now when a question about diastasis recti comes up - you’ve got access for life).

Put simply: Healing From Home is the thing we WISH we had, filled with the information we WISH we knew….accessible on your phone. 

Fact: Most of the women we help through our Signature Program are years postpartum. As gratifying as it is to “give them their lives back,” we wish we could give them those YEARS back: to travel back in time and support their healing process in those first weeks and months postpartum.

That’s ultimately why we created Healing From Home: to help new moms slow down and invest in their healing so they can enjoy their lives and their children’s childhood.

Our mission is to help women heal, and we believe that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. By implementing even a few of these practices, you could save years of frustration, $$$, and pain.

Recovery Tools

What to do (and buy) to help your pelvic floor to heal, specific to the kind of birth you had.

Babyfeeding Ergonomics

Breast or bottle, you're going to spend a lot of time in these positions. Prevent pain, neck protrusion, and the dreaded hump.

Self Assessments

Save time and stress: check yourself for a DR and pubic joint alignment.

Pelvic Floor Status Check

Get a better idea of how you're actually doing (and what to do next if things aren't good)

You’ll also find important mindset tools, our intimacy guide, and information on prolapse (including what a proper examination for prolapse looks like).

It sounds like a lot – because it is – but you can approach this buffet style, taking a helping of what you need most and going back for something else later. 

Watch the 6-minute video on Postnatal Stretching during your next feeding session, or print the “6 Week Appointment” pages before heading to see your OB/midwife. If your diastasis recti self-check reveals you’re dealing with a DR, watch the 4-minute video on how to close your abs during the next diaper change.

You won’t use it all (because we designed it that way). But you’ll find everything you need, all in one place from a source you can trust (PLEASE don’t believe everything you hear about perineums on TikTok!).

This stuff matters. How completely (or incompletely) you heal is going to impact the way you show up for the rest of your life, for the rest of your time with your children.

Do it now. Pay attention to what your body needs now. Don’t wait five, ten, thirty years to address ongoing symptoms with invasive surgery that could be nipped in the bud now.

How does it work?
Here's the Process:

Step 1

Click the “Get Started” button anywhere on this page and BOOM: in just a few minutes you’ll get your login details to access Healing From Home.

Step 2

Open it up: flip through the Video Library and skim the Guide’s Table of Contents. Make a mental note of what you need and dive in during your next 5-minute pocket of time.

Step 3:

A few days from now: you’re feeling like a total pro, relaxing in the decompression positions and feeling confident that you’re doing exactly what you need to heal your pelvic floor.

Let’s get your body functioning the way you need it to.



“Each video is a good length. I appreciate starting with the baby feeding ergonomics because you spend so much of the day in that position, and it feels like something I can do to take care of myself right away, without needing an appointment or referral.”

  • Self assessments: how to check for (and close) a DR (equivalent to at least one PT appointment: $150-300)
  • Breastfeeding ergonomics + stretches (equivalent to a session with a Lactation Consultant and another PT: $75-150, plus visits to a Chiro or Massage Therapist to combat tension: ~$100+)
  • Pelvic floor status check (OB appointment + urologist referral: $275+)
  • Stretching and decompression positions (avoid visits to the Chiro/Massage Therapist/PT: $95+)

Making separate appointments (with a doctor or midwife, a pelvic floor PT, a lactation consultant, a chiropractor) costs a lot - in money AND time. New moms are busy enough without having to shower, get dressed, and run all over town.

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We're the Tinkler Ladies.

Since 2016, we've helped hundreds of women use the Tighten Your Tinkler Signature Program to end pelvic floor problems, but our professional experience didn't begin there! Jenn (right) has been helping women build strength and lose weight for decades as an exercise physiologist, gym owner, and published author. As a manual, integrative Physical Therapist, Christina (left) helps women optimize their bodies through movement. Together, the Tighten Your Tinkler mission is to help women feel whole, strong, and confident so they can focus on what matters to them.

Healing From Home


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What's the real cost of all this?

Yup, you could keep googling “should you do kegels after birth” or “how long should I be bleeding?” and sorting through the plethora of ‘internet experts’.

You could also wait for an appointment or referral to find out what you should be doing (+ hope insurance covers the visit + it’s legit helpful). 

Or you could:

  • Spend 10 minutes/day - starting now - preventing pelvic floor problems and promoting whole-self healing.
  • Move beyond worrying about future problems with leaking, pain, and sex….and move towards feeling at home in your skin again.

  • Take control of your recovery: confidently assess where you are and grab the tools you need most, now.

     Let’s get your body back to yours. 

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