The pelvic floor is a collection of muscles, nerves, tendons, blood vessels, ligaments and connective tissue that are interwoven within the pelvis and together.
How often have we heard those words? Don’t Slouch! Who knew it was great advice for a healthy happy pelvic floor?
The pelvic floor muscles play a key role in supporting the pelvic organs - the bladder, the uterus and the rectum.
This isn't your everyday article about how to manage common symptoms in pregnancy. This is about what your unborn child may be trying to do for you in pregnancy
A strong and healthy pelvic floor is essential to your vitality - the gatekeeper to your mojo - your confidence - your power! Don't accept pads as your destiny!
As a follow-up to my article on the pelvic floor, I discovered how much power we may actually hold in this area of our body, and I share it here...
The pelvic floor muscles make for our body’s core along with the abdominal and back muscles
Did you know that internal pelvic floor physiotherapy is a standard part of pre/post natal care in Europe? It also has applications in the spiritual realm...