We’re led to believe that our feet are weak and need protecting, from sturdy shoes, thick soles and support for the ankles. Any issues with the feet lead to more support (insoles, orthotics, thicker soles) but when it comes to your pelvic floor this will just increase your issues. Your feet have as many joints … Continue reading Why your feet matter when it comes to pelvic floor health
I’ve been observing with people who come to classes or buy the online class that they don’t start the work or don’t do the work between classes. The most common response is that there isn’t enough time. We know that there is always enough time. So I think it is worth looking a little deeper. … Continue reading Pelvic Floor Restore -is fear holding you back?
If you’ve ever been given kegels as an exercise for pelvic floor strength do you really understand what you are supposed to be doing? Are you even aware of your pelvic floor, exactly where it is, what it feels like to tense and release it? How do you know you are doing kegels and not just clenching your bum.
Constant stress, anxiety and being ‘too busy’ with ‘not enough time’ will not help you get a stronger pelvic floor. Pelvic floor dysfunction is largely caused by too much tension in the pelvic floor and a big part of my work with clients is on releasing that tension and getting back in touch with listening … Continue reading Why your pelvic floor needs you to be lazy
Induction. What does it bring up for you? Have you been offered it? Are you wondering whether to go ahead or not? Do you know what it involves and if there are any risks involved? This is part one of a series on induction this week we will look at the differences between spontaneous labour … Continue reading How to decide if induction is for you. (pt 1)