What did you love doing?

Alongside some of the personal development work I am doing, I realised by being annoyed and irritated about something I am not actually solving the thing that I don’t like. By doing my best to ignore it and hope it goes away, I am not solving it either. By working on it internally, in my … Read more

No, Just NO!

If you sneeze, jump, laugh, skip, cough or vomit and you pee yourself you need to have ZERO TOLERANCE here! Forget about those irritating ‘whoops moments’ ads that are trying to normalize grown women not having control of their own bladders. THEY ARE SELLING THEIR PRODUCTS and to sell their products, they need you to … Read more

5 Effective Constipation Helpers

For many women, Constipation and irregular bowel movements are a very real issue.  If you’re reading this blog, you’re most likely in a bid to improve your Pelvic and Core health, eat better, move more and overall, give some love and attention to what’s going on going on between your chin and your knees. Being … Read more

What We Have Found Out So Far…

The average age of the participant is 39 years of age. The average participant has given birth to 2 children. 16% via C-Section 84% Vaginal Birth – out of these women, 48%, nearly half of them had either traumatic births that involves Grade 2-4 trauma, Episiotomies or Assisted Deliveries (Ventous/Forceps). ‘Life-Phase’ of Those Joining Pregnancy … Read more

How Do I Know If I have Diastasis Recti?

How do I know if I have diastasis recti? Has anyone ever checked you for this,  a doctor, gym instructor, personal trainer? Your first step before you start any exercise should be to check for abdominal separation, your tummy gap. Why? This could potentially stop you from healing properly and enabling your abdominals to regain … Read more

What is my Pelvic Floor?

What is my pelvic floor? The pelvic floor muscles are part of your core. Other muscles in this group are the deep abdominal muscles ( NOT your 6-pack abs) , deep spinal muscles and diaphragm with a top (diaphragm), base ( pelvic floor) , and 2 sides ( tummy and back). These muscles work together … Read more

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