Fitness Coach for Moms and Birth Doula

You deserve to feel


in this thing called mom-life


Because mom-life can make us feel pretty


at times…

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Think about what life as a mom looks like:

Running on little to no sleep

Worrying over every little thing from whether your toddler is getting enough vegetables to why you’re still in pain and symptomatic years after kids

Changing diapers and preparing snacks every 5 seconds

Carrying a crying baby until your back aches

Feeling like there's never enough time in the day


Overthinking, comparing, googling, and stressing…

No wonder we tend to lose ourselves somewhere in the midst of growing humans, wiping snotty noses, and hurrying kids off to school.

But, wait, there's still a person behind "mom" right?


You are more than "mom" and you deserve to feel like the badass, strong, resilient mamma jamma that you clearly are!

I want to help you find that inner badass…

I'm Madison Cleckler, coach for moms in all stages of life and birth doula. I have a background as a perpetual learner and a serious anatomy nerd. I’m a certified pregnancy and postpartum athleticism coach, a postnatal fitness specialist, and also a DONA trained birth doula. But, mainly, I am passionate about helping moms comfortably move in their bodies throughout pregnancy, postpartum, and beyond.

I want to help you feel strong and confident, two things that are impossibly hard to muster up when your toddler is throwing an epic tantrum because you wouldn't let him eat a marble. I want to help you find fitness that makes you feel good. I want to help you feel more like you again.


"A woman should be 3 things: intelligent, strong, and badass."

- r.h. sin


Sounds pretty amazing, right?

Sounds like the kind of #selfcare you really deserve.

My programs can help give you the tools you need to prioritize you in a super do-able way while giving you the 

Strength and confidence

to tackle mom-life in all of its imperfect glory. 


Are you ready to feel strong as a mother?