1 in 3 women have pelvic floor dysfunction. That’s a big number. How does it make you feel? Symptoms can present from pelvic pain to sneeze pee, incontinence or constipation. There is a wide belief that it’s pregnancy and age that cause pelvic floor dysfunction but women who have not had a baby, younger women … Continue reading 4 points to healing pelvic floor dysfunction
Back pain is such a common problem these days. One that definitely needs an approach that takes into account your postural and lifestyle habits. Often back pain is a symptom of a broader problem – which can include a mix of the type of shoes you wear, the activities you do, your postural habits, the … Continue reading Tackling back pain
Sitting is hard to not do in our society – whether it’s working at the computer, driving a car, going for a meal or a coffee, being in a lecture or at school. Even our down time consists of sitting. Sitting certainly creates so many issues from muscle and joint pain, poor circulation, decreased energy … Continue reading Stop letting sitting cause you pain
We all know walking is a great gentle but incredibly beneficial exercise. We all walk every day and are encouraged to walk as much as possible. But, what if how we walk has a detrimental affect on our bodies? Instead of a healthy exercise it could be exacerbating back and hip pain, pelvic floor dysfunction, … Continue reading When walking isn’t the best medicine
I was asked a while ago why I do what I do, and it has taken me a while to dig deep and really find my reason. Although it turns out I have several reasons. I thought I would share them with you. I want to welcome the fact that my body isn’t broken From … Continue reading Why I do what I do.