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Postpartum recovery is possible. Taking the right care of your body after a c section or vaginal birth by using the right workouts and techniques will aide in…
Exercising After a C-section
In this article, we’ll look at an overview to assess and address what to do beyond those initial 6 weeks (or if you’re still struggling with your recovery months or even years later).
The Low-Down on Lube
There’s a growing awareness and interest in healthy ‘clean’ ingredients in the food industry as well as skin and beauty products. We are learning that what we put on our body, store our food in, and ingest can impact our well-being. What goes inside the body and on the skin matters, personal lubricant included!
In this article, I'm going to cover 3 easy exercises that can help your body recover from pregnancy. If you scroll down to the bottom, I’ve also answered a list of common postpartum questions, like “Do I need to do anything different from a normal exercise routine postpartum?” or “If I had a c-section, am I spared from pelvic floor issues?” and many more questions about postpartum recovery!
Why Does A Full Squat Cause Back Pain?
I love full squatting for back expansion, pelvic floor expansion and getting the body loose and feeling good. But sometimes squats can make the back feel worse than it did before. Full squats should leave us feeling great, so what should you do if your low back hurts after you do them? Watch this video for a demonstration of what I find is often the cause of low back pain after full squatting, and what you can do to help full squats allow your body to feel amazing.