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
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
The subject came up last week in the pelvic floor restore class about carrying babies and toddlers. It’s not the load that breaks you down, it’s the way you carry it. Lena Horne As a babywearing consultant I was always asked ‘what’s the best sling’ and the answer is that there isn’t one – it … Continue reading Babywearing and your pelvic floor
We hear a lot about children move so much less than the previous generation. So in this age of technology and greatly reduced outdoor playtime how can we encourage more movement in our children? What is meant by moving? As a movement teacher I see it as getting as many different ways of moving as … Continue reading How do you encourage children to move more?
An essential part of birth preparation is to explore and release your fears and anxieties or ‘paper tigers’ as Pam England refers to them, that may spring up and slow down or even stop your labour. Giving yourself time to sit with these fears, anxieties and worries doesn’t allow them to take hold, instead, sitting … Continue reading How do you visualise birth?