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The shoulder and pelvis connection

When you have tight, stiff shoulders it can affect your breathing, pelvic floor, lower back ache and pelvis. Your body molds to the shape it is in most often, some muscles become over tight, some weaken, your joints become stiff. Your body then compensates in other areas to allow you to move and do what … Continue reading The shoulder and pelvis connection

The relationship between your pelvis and your uterus

Painful periods? Fertility issues? Baby refuses to go into an optimal position? The alignment of your pelvis has a direct influence on your uterus. You have ligaments that attach from your womb to the front, back and sides of your pelvis. As well as your pelvic floor and down into your labia. Your pelvis has … Continue reading The relationship between your pelvis and your uterus

How to know if an exercise is safe for your pelvic floor

There are few types of pelvic floor problems, men and women can suffer with. The three most common are: stress incontinence (commonly known as that "sneeze wee" where you laugh, cough, sneeze and you wet/poo yourself, or when you jump/run/lift something, leakage occurs),urge incontinence (that urgency to urinate/defecate without warning), orpelvic organ prolapse (sometimes asymptomatic, … Continue reading How to know if an exercise is safe for your pelvic floor

Why your pelvic floor problem won’t go away

I've worked with a number of women with pelvic floor dysfunction: young, old, pregnant, never been pregnant, and postnatal. And, for all sorts of symptoms:, sneeze wee, urge incontinence and prolapse. Often, by the time clients have come to see me, they've suffered with the pain, discomfort and the unexpected embarrassment of the condition for … Continue reading Why your pelvic floor problem won’t go away

5 Tips For Creating A Stronger Pelvic Floor

If you are suffering embarrassing ‘oops’ moments, urinary incontinence, prolapse or other pelvic floor dysfunction symptoms there is a lot more to restoring function to your pelvic floor than kegels. There is no quick fix and it involves taking a whole-body approach and changing up some of your lifestyle habits that may be contributing to … Continue reading 5 Tips For Creating A Stronger Pelvic Floor