About Me


Hi! I’m Erica and I’m so happy you’re here. Erica Friedman Wellness is dedicated to helping moms feel strong and powerful at all stages of motherhood. Through community meetups and workouts, personal training, and online support, I’m committed to helping you feel good, move well, and grow our mama community.

Your body is strong and powerful. My focus is not on “fixing” your body or returning to your “pre-pregnancy body,” but rather empowering you to be strong and have the confidence to heal, move well, and have the energy for the toughest job you’ll ever love.

My Why

In 2018 I got pregnant with my son, Benji. Soon after, I realized how little guidance and resources there were for women who wanted to stay active in pregnancy. I felt overwhelmed with the “what not to do’s,” and generalized recommendations I read online. There were very few people I could find teaching about long-term core and pelvic floor health and safe training for pregnancy.  

My pregnant and postpartum journey has taught me a lot about my body, patience, mindset, and the incredible strength of all women. I’ve learned how to exercise and move in a way that supports my long-term health.

Pregnant and postpartum women have unique needs that are very individualized. We need guidance, support, and more than blanket statements. Since then, I’ve made it my mission to learn as much as possible and educate and empower women about their own pregnant/postpartum bodies for long-term success and health. 


My husband and I welcome our son Benjamin (Benji) in December 2018. Going through IVF to conceive our son was one of the hardest things I’ve ever done, both physically and mentally. Trying to conceive and getting pregnant is not a one-size-fits-all approach. The journey looks different for everyone, as does pregnancy and postpartum. On my blog and social media channels I share the ups and downs of motherhood. I offer you love, honesty, support, and a little humor — it truly takes a village.


Let’s get to know each other

I fell in love with movement at a young age. I remember soccer games, long walks with my family, and Tae Bo sessions with my mom in our living room as a kid. Exercise has always had a place in my life, and I’ve experimented with a lot of activities over the years. 

During my pregnancy I continued the workouts I loved and learned to adapt with a growing belly. I sweat, wobbled, and pushed my way through sweat sessions and fun right to my due date. After Benji was born I craved moving my body. I wanted to run, lift, sweat, and feel like my old self again. 

After having my son, my body needed a little extra love and support. That came in the form of slowing down, moving mindfully, and seeking help. My body was and is even stronger now. I’ve learned to move in a way that feels good, and gives me the energy to love myself and my family. 

I look forward to connecting with you.



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