Category Archives for "Wellbeing"

How to Restore your Pelvic Floor

895 shares Pin871 Share24 Tweet0 Perhaps until you have been pregnant, experienced incontinence or pelvic organ prolapse you had probably never given the condition of your Pelvic Floor Muscles a second thought. Having strong pelvic floor muscles gives you proper control over your bladder and bowels, improves orgasm(!) and sexual performance and help stabilise the joints […]

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I Had the Baby, What Now? – Postpartum Advice for New Mothers

This post was inspired by one of my clients. We were chatting after class and she described how she felt she wasn’t given enough guidance for right after she had her baby for her own self-care. She had lots of information on pregnancy, birth and taking care of her baby. But none for her in her fourth trimester of pregnancy aka immediately after birth. So I’ve put together all of the postnatal advice I’ve read here in the hopes I can help someone.

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Urge Incontinence – Regain Control

There are four main types of incontinence:Urge incontinence due to an overactive bladder.Stress incontinence is defined as the loss of small amounts of urine associated with sneezing, laughing or exercising or other movements that increase intra-abdominal pressure and thus increasing pressure on the bladder.Overflow incontinence due to either poor bladder contraction or blockage of the urethra.Functional incontinence […]

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Toxic Beauty

Radiantly healthy, glowing skin….it’s the ultimate outward sign of good health. Believe it or not, there have actually been studies done showing that across cultures, both men and women are naturally “programmed” to be more attracted to people who look healthy.  In other words, I think subconsciously we know beautiful skin is a key indicator […]

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Detoxing 101

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Preventing Osteoporosis, Calcium Rich Foods

One of our most common health concerns is osteoporosis. Bone thinning occurs as part of the natural process of aging. If the thinning continues to the point that your bones become fragile and in danger of breaking, you have osteoporosis. Calcium passes from the bones, filters through the kidneys, and is then eliminated in the urine. Factors […]

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