About Latham Thomas

Latham Thomas is a maternity lifestyle maven, wellness & birth coach, and yoga teacher on the vanguard of transforming the maternal & women's wellness movement. A graduate of Columbia University & The Institute for Integrative Nutrition, Latham is the founder of Mama Glow a holistic lifestyle hub for women to explore their creative edge through wellbeing. Her practice provides support to pre/postnatal women along their journey to motherhood offering culinary and nutritional services, yoga, and birth coaching services. She is co-founder of the Mama Glow Film Festival- a platform for maternal advocacy through film and philanthropy. Latham recently launched the Mama Glow Salon Series- a platform for birthing conversations around cocktails, panels, and discussions- and hosted the East Coast Premiere of Ricki Lake and Abby Epstein's film- More Business of Being Born. Bridging the gap between optimal wellness, spiritual growth, and radical self care Latham Thomas is emerging as the go-to-guru for modern holistic lifestyle for women during pregnancy and beyond! A sought after nutrition and lifestyle expert, her television appearances include The Dr. Oz Show, Fox News LIVE, CBS News, ABC Eyewitness News, NBC-LXTV, and Inside Edition. She has been featured in the New York Daily News, New York Post, Time Out New York, Vogue.com, Whole Living, Essence Magazine, the cover of Experience Life Magazine, and VegNews Magazine. Latham contributes to: Positively Positive, The Daily Love, Huffington Post, Crazy Sexy Life, Mind Body Green, and New York Family online. She lives in New York City with her son Fulano and their turtle Climby. Latham will publish her first book- "Mama Glow: A Hip Guide to Your Fabulous Abundant Pregnancy" , foreword by Christiane Northrup, M.D. in November of 2012 with Hay House. Latham is helping to green the planet one belly at a time.

Set The Bar For Self LOVE & You Set The Standard For Your Life!

I was at dinner at this chic restaurant with a dear friend and both of us are particular with food, asking the chef to swap certain ingredients for others, concocting vegan masterpieces of our own. When her main course arrived we were in a heated discussion and after one bite she rolled her eyes, produced… Continue Reading →

Read post . . .

GLOW Power:Birthing Your Divine Light!

When I was little I thought the twinkle in my eye meant there was a star in my eye looking at another star up high, gazing in wonder and admiration of its own reflection. I thought that I was made of stardust, that the moon followed my every move and that the sun rose for my… Continue Reading →

Read post . . .

A Love Song!

LathamThomas

I read an account from an anthropologist once who studied the Hopi Native American tribe. He asked the chief why the Hopi had so many words for Rain, so many songs and rituals for rain. The chief responded, “We sing about rain because rain is something we covet, we have precious little of it…why are… Continue Reading →

Read post . . .