Pregnancy pelvic girdle pain or symphysis pubis disorder is pretty common. So much so that it is seen as a normal symptom of pregnancy. However, it is not something you have to put up with Here are 7 simple things you can do straight away to reduce your symptoms right now (also to prevent the … Continue reading 7 Simple things you can do now to reduce pregnancy pain
Your body doesn’t operate in single elements. As the old song goes The toe bone's connected to the foot bone, The foot bone's connected to the ankle bone, The ankle bone's connected to the leg bone, Now shake dem skeleton bones! (I won’t put the whole song but might spend most of today singing it!) … Continue reading The Benefits of Whole-Body corrective exercises
You don't have to put up with pregnancy pain here are 5 common pregnancy pain myths busted. Is pregnancy waddle inevitable? Will pregnancy wreck your body? and other pregnancy myths examined. Pregnancy will wreck your pelvic floor It isn’t pregnancy that plays havoc with your pelvic floor, but the weight of a baby on an … Continue reading 5 Myths of Pregnancy Pain
Which kind of sounds like the perfect superhero duo! I quite breezily say my classes both pregnancy and postnatal work on getting a mobile pelvis, I also talk about a neutral pelvis and a tilted pelvis and sometimes mention a stable pelvis. The pelvis features a lot in my work (and I have just spent … Continue reading Belly dancing and the Mobile Pelvis
Are pregnancy symptoms inevitable? If you’ve been told that back ache, pelvic pain, leg cramps, sore feet and abdominal weakness are to be expected during pregnancy and that there is not a lot that can be done about it, then read on. It would appear from the internet, books, tv and talking to other people … Continue reading Have you been told pregnancy causes symptoms you can do nothing about?