'core' Content, Authors and Blogs

Read informative articles, and blog posts related to "core".

Can Pelvic Floor Exercises help Rectocele (Pelvic Organ Prolapse)

Can Pelvic Floor Exercises help Rectocele (Pelvic Organ Prolapse)

Pelvic floor exercise like Kegels is helpful for prolapse but other types of exercise are too. Don't let prolapse stop you from moving!

Confident Leadership-Achieve More When..

Confident Leadership-Achieve More When..

...You Believe in Yourself. 4 Strategies to Inspire Teams while being an Authentic Leader.

ByDanielle Joworski

9 min read

5 Tips for Perineal Healing Postpartum

5 Tips for Perineal Healing Postpartum

The possibility of a perineal tear is probably the number one fear of pregnant women.

Hydrating for a Healthy Pelvic Floor

Hydrating for a Healthy Pelvic Floor

Do you decrease your water intake to avoid having to go to the bathroom throughout the day?

Your Core and Pelvic Floor

Your Core and Pelvic Floor

Your core is probably the most impacted part of your body during pregnancy, birth and postpartum. Yet, it gets little to no attention.

Become a Core Confidence Specialist!

Become a Core Confidence Specialist!

Learn how to train women safely and effectively through all life's stages with advanced knowledge of the core and pelvic floor.

Incontinence in Crossfit

Incontinence in Crossfit

Incontinence in CrossFit is a thing, and while there are things I really like about CrossFit, there are some things to keep in mind...

Obstructive Sleep Apnea, Nocturia and Women

Obstructive Sleep Apnea, Nocturia and Women

How many bathroom trips do you make during the night? Nocturia (nighttime urination) is common with women suffering from Sleep Apnea.

Pelvic Health Coaching with Kim Vopni

Pelvic Health Coaching with Kim Vopni

Are you ready to ditch the pads, eliminate your prolapse symptoms and get on with living your best life? I invite you to apply to be a coaching client with me.

Pelvic Floor Dysfunction-What-Why-How and Surgery

Pelvic Floor Dysfunction-What-Why-How and Surgery

The pelvic floor is muscles, ligaments, connective tissues, nerves that support the bladder, uterus, vagina, and rectum to help the pelvic organs stay in place.