Children and shoes is something I get quite passionate about in an introverted way – which means I spend a lot of time thinking that more people need to know the importance of what they put on their children’s feet – especially newly walking toddlers. It’s more important than teaching them numbers, alphabet and colours … Continue reading Your children’s shoes are as important as good nutrition
If you’ve been told you have kyphosis or are struggling with low back pain, disc degeneration, your baby is not getting into an optimal position for birth or if you have a weak core or pelvic pain then it may be your rib misalignment that is the cause. Your rib cage is able to move … Continue reading Where are your ribs at?
As part of a whole-body approach when there are pelvic issues jaw tension is part of the rehabilitation work to be done. The jaw and the pelvis are physiologically linked and the alignment and relaxation of one profoundly affects the other. So releasing tension in the jaw will help as part of birth preparation and … Continue reading Tongue postion, jaw tension and pelvic health
During my first pregnancy my pregnancy class teacher was insistent we did our kegels, squeeze, hold, release. I half did them but wasn’t particularly keen – I found them a bit uncomfortable to be honest. But are they essential for preventing sneeze pee and other postpartum incontinence? If you think about it preparing for birth … Continue reading Why kegels are not the best birth prep exercise
Today was my first time to swim with my goggles and nose clip. Since beingon my movement journey I am loving the chance of exploring and experimenting having some ideas of ways I might improve and doing mat work to create the foundations to change. For swimming that has included shoulder mobility and strength, hand … Continue reading My swimming journey