We all know we should ‘do it’, we all want to be good at ‘doing it’, we all feel great when we do ‘do it’. So why is exercise still such a hot topic to discuss and why do we need ‘experts’ to motivate us to get going. Simply put, human nature and the thinking mind enables us to go for the easy option. Suddenly… motivation is becoming a very complex issue… [Read More]
Protecting the pelvic floor across the lifespan is important to help reduce the risk of incontinence, prolapse and bowel dysfunction. Constipation, smoking and chronic coughing, pelvic floor muscle weakness and poor lifting technique are among some of the lifestyle factors that can increase the risk of issues later down the track. However, in recent times, high impact exercise such as Cross-fit and H.I.I.T (high intensity interval training) have hit the media as being associated with bladder weakness and incontinence…. [Read More]
How long after having a baby should you start chasing the yummy mummy look? When should you reach to get your pre-baby body back? When should you fit back into your skinny jeans, rock the mini skirt or start modelling your bikini bod?
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Did you know that more than 40% of elite athlete experience bladder weakness or incontinence during sport. The shocking but true fact is that elite athletes can fall into a high risk category for bladder leakage along with those of us who have had lots of babies, have experienced menopause, are overweight or deconditioned in the pelvic floor muscles …. [Read More]
The more I spoke to Kristie, the more I realised that there is a phenomenal amount of crossover in ideas between her teachings in Hindu Tantrism and the physiological basis of how the pelvic complex works …. [Read More]