Frances Ren Huang MD

As a Chinese medicine doctor, a yoga practitioner, and a food wellness director, Frances Ren has a holistic approach in the recovery of newborn mothers. Each to-due mothers will go through a medical history, nutrition background, and family history. From there, we will come up with an effective recovery plan in your postpartum. 


Frances Ren completed her 8 year studies in Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, working in various public hospitals before becoming a licensed doctor and acupuncturist in China. She started her own practice in Buenos Aires and successfully treated infertilies, recurrent miscarriages, depression, general pains and aches, and indigestive issues. It was during that time she incorproates a custom holistic plan for each individual patients in additional to the general knowledge of modern medicine. 

Her passion for holisitc awareness has embarked her on a journey to become a yoga practitioner inspired by her mentors: Mimi Kuo Deemer, Robyn Wexler, Max Strom, and Donna Farhi. She is a certified Kripalu and Vinyasa teacher, and has been teaching for 10 years. She has taught in Yoga Yard Beijing, Buena Onda Yoga Buenos Aires, and Como Shambhala Singapore. 

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"The idea of offering Postpartum care to mothers was sprung from my journey of motherhood. During the time when I was about to give birth, my own mother was in surgery and I knew I had to take care of myself without her help. I created a holistic recovery plan for myself one month before, using the acquired knowledge I have learned, and the advise of my aunties, mothers and grandmothers. The birth of our daughter was strenious and long, and I was immensively grateful of the advanced planning to assist my recovery as my husband and I are taking care of our newborn around the clock. 

This has been a continuing inspiration for me to start these services when I meet mothers and we come to the conversation of our own journeys through recovery. Often enough we discuss the limited knowledge in this field and how important it is for women to be supported during such a life changing moment being a mother and a wife. " - Frances Ren Huang

 

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