Hi, I’m Beth Jones, founder of Mama Sport, Certified Athletic Trainer, and Women’s Performance and Recovery Specialist. My certification range from Restorative Exercise Specialist, to personal trainer, to Women’s Health Coach, to labor doula, to breastfeeding counselor, to Masters Rower, but my greatest achievement is mama to Liam and Darcy.
I’m so thrilled to bring you Mama Sport. This is the culmination of my education, passion and much needed training programs for pregnant athletes, just like you, who know your body can do much more pregnancy training than little 5lb weights. I’ve brought you my expertise, years of experience, training and other professional works in this perfect fitness program for your pregnancy, pelvic floor fitness, and high-level peak post-partum training.
I’m especially experienced helping women suffering from common perinatal conditions, such as sciatica, diastasis recti, and pelvic floor disorders. I’ve created programs that are customized to your needs, nutrition for health and healing, and modified lifting for your unique condition and goals.
As a mother of two young kids, I know that finding time to workout is difficult and precious. My programs are designed to combine fitness and rehab for a quick and efficient workout with results. I combine traditional physical therapy (both orthopedic and women’s health methods), alignment and functional training, and proven weight loss training together in one program. My clients can receive nutrition and weight loss programs customized to your needs (breastfeeding) and goals. (I can also work directly with your personal OBGYN, Physical Therapist or Chiropractor for a cohesive team if you’d like!)
All of my certifications, expertise and personal passions come together in my Mama Sport programs so that you know you are receiving trusted, proven coaching from an expert who’s also been there. You will be confident experiencing life with your little ones and loving your health and wellness all at once.
Education and Degrees
Bachelor of Arts, Communication from the University of Puget Sound
Post-Graduate Studies in Human Performance and Sport/Athletic Trainer from Metropolitan State College of Denver
Masters of Education, Secondary Education from Regis University
*Endorsements in Physical Education, Health, Science, Language Arts, and Special Education
Certified Athletic Trainer – NATA (2002)
Registered with DORA as a Licensed Athletic Trainer in Colorado
Restorative Exercise Specialist™ – Nutritious Movement (Year 2 Student)
Holistic Health Coach – Institute of Integrative Nutrition (2016)
Certified Personal Trainer – NCSF (2012)
Sports Performance Coach – USAW (2016)
Nutritious Movement™ Certified Healthy Foot Practitioner (2016)
Certified Pre/Post Natal Exercise Specialist – AFPA (2013)
Certified Labor Doula – CAPPA (2014)
YogaFit Levels 1-3 Instructor – YogaFit
Barre Instructor – IBBFA
Breastfeeding USA Counselor – Breastfeeding USA (in progress)
The Franklin Method – Pelvic Power for Core Integration
Professional Yoga Therapy Institute (Modules 1-4)
The Diaphragm/Pelvic Floor Piston for Rehab and Fitness – Julie Wiebe, PT
The Pelvic Floor Piston: Foundation for Fitness – Julie Wiebe, PT
Sacred Belly Bind + Sealing Ceremony Webinar – Sacred Pregnancy
YogaFit Prenatal/Postpartum Homestudy Course
PilatesFit Homestudy Course
Pilates Mat Training Correspondence Course
Dr. Sears Wellness Coach – LEAN Expectations (2013)
Conference Speaker – Colorado Midwives Association Spring Skills Workshop, 2017 (Protecting the Core: Before and After Birth)
Contributor Fit2B’s “Experts on Diastasis Recti” (Core Nutrition)
Roundtable speaker – Colorado Doulas Association Annual Conference, 2014
Treasurer/Secretary – Colorado Doulas Association, 2013-present
Diastasis Expert – Fit2B.us
Guest Blog Contributor – FitForExpecting.com
Beth Jones is a certified athletic trainer and women’s performance and recovery specialist who has been working in the field of sports medicine for over 15 years. She has helped thousands of athletes return to their sport after injury using a holistic approach that combines a biomechanical approach to rehabilitation, progressive training methods, and functional nutrition. Beth’s approach is revolutionizing the women’s health community by normalizing common postpartum conditions, such as diastasis recti and incontinence, and showing women the path back to their joy of athletic participation.
Beth has been a guest speaker a both the Colorado Doulas Association and Colorado Midwives Association conferences. She is a contributor to the Fit2b “Experts in Diastasis Recti” course, and has also been featured as a guest expert in several blogs. Beth lives in Littleton, Colorado with her husband and two young children.