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How to progress your glute bridges if you have prolapse

Glute bridges are often incorporated into a prolapse rehab programme. And for good reason! They offer a way of building core and pelvic floor strength alongside strengthening the glute muscles (besties with the pelvic floor!). Plus, if you are experiencing prolapse symptoms, being in supine (lying on your back) can be a great way of …

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Does lifestyle affect the pelvic floor (spoiler: YES)

Pelvic health is a vital component of overall well-being, and its balance can be influenced by various lifestyle factors beyond exercise. In this blog, we’ll explore the intricate connections between sleep, diet and nutrition, physical activity, and pelvic health, shedding light on how these aspects collectively contribute to a healthy pelvic floor. Pelvic Health & …

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A framework for post-natal recovery and exercise

This is a summary of a talk I gave to expecting Mums at a The Mum Club event in Leamington Spa earlier this year. The aim of the talk was to provide education about the physiological changes that pregnancy and being post-natal brings. Plus, talking about how they can train for the season that they …

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NEW! Postnatal classes in Leamington Spa

Exercising in the postnatal period can feel a little confusing and overwhelming. There’s no shortage of advice online. The online ‘influencers’ are sharing their bounce-back and weight loss tips. And now your little one is here, you’re thinking that some exercise would feel good but you’re not sure what to do.  Maybe you’ve noticed some …

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3 Reasons to see a pelvic floor physiotherapist

A pelvic floor physiotherapist is a must-see if you’re experiencing pelvic floor symptoms. You may also find it useful to see how you are healing after giving birth, hysterectomy, or prolapse surgery.  They have many, many talents but I’m going to focus on 3 reasons why seeing a pelvic floor physio is an awesome thing …

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How does a personal trainer help with pelvic floor issues?

When I first started working as a women’s personal trainer in Leamington Spa, I didn’t foresee myself specialising in pelvic health.  I did however see that women were being trained the same as men. Without reference to their pelvic health, menstrual cycle, nutritional needs or relationship with food and their body.  As my business has …

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