January 18, 2018
Anita Lambert, PT
Find out key tips for an efficient recovery in the 4th trimester (aka 12 weeks after birth) :
- Steps to rehab and retrain your pelvic floor and core
- Posture for babywearing to help you feel stronger with less aches or pressure
- What info the 6 week appointment with your care provider really gives you when it comes to returning to exercise
- Information about healing your diastasis (ab separation) after birth
- PLUS so much more
Some of our fave resources to help with your 4th trimester healing:
November 1, 2017
Find out KEY tips to get a head start on your postpartum recovery.
I hear daily from postpartum clients (who I didn't see during pregnancy) that they wish they had been told HOW to prepare for recovery especially those first two weeks.
Our top tips include items to have ready whether you have a cesarean or vaginal birth AND what exercise you should or shouldn't do to help especially recover soon after baby arrives.
1) Find a birth or postpartum doula in your community
2) Build your birth dr...
October 25, 2017
Join me and Jessie Mundell, prenatal/postpartum fitness coach as we discuss the hot topic of increasing exercise intensity after birth.
We both hear from women daily that no one told them HOW to return to exercise after birth - and they ended up with pain, pelvic floor issues like leaking and prolapse or a diastasis that never healed.
The 'green light' to return to exercise isn't enough.
If you're a health pro or fitness pro - you won't want to miss this info (that they don't teach in school).
October 1, 2017
-how to get rid of internal pelvic pain (aka. pain with intercourse, pelvic exams and using tampons/dive cup)
- why you may be experiencing pelvic pain
- how the pelvic floor is related to pelvic pain
- what exercises are most helpful to resovle this type of pain
Below are the resources we mention in our chat:
1. Lorimer Mosley TedX talk - Why things hurt
2. Flower bloom breath to release pelvic floor tension -
August 28, 2017
Find out why seeing a pelvic health physiotherapist during pregnancy can help your body for birth and beyond.
August 16, 2017
Join me and Chana Ross (both pelvic health physiotherapists) to find out:
-what is pelvic organ prolapse?
-how do you know if you have prolapse?
-how do you heal a prolapse?
-should you change your exercise/activity if you have a prolapse?
(Ps. Prolapse does NOT only happen when your postmenopausal. Many new moms experience prolapse too)
Our top resources:
Haley Shevener - (facebook and instagram) plus join her supportive "POP fitness" Facebook group
Julie Wiebe - www.juliewiebePT.com
July 12, 2017
Join me and Chana Ross, both pelvic health physiotherapists to find out :
- what is diastasis (ab separation)?
- how do you know if you have diastasis?
- how do you resolve diastasis?
- are there exercises to avoid if you have diastasis?
PLUS our top resources to help you heal YOUR diastasis and restore your core!
Julie Wiebe - www.juliewiebePT.com
Jessie Mundell - www.jessiemundell.com
Brianna Battles - www.everyday-battles.com
Jen Campbell - www.mamalionstrong.com
Bellies Inc - www.belliesinc...
June 24, 2017
"Do you leak when you cough/sneeze/exercise or on your way to the washroom?"
• should you do kegels when you leak?
• do you need to stop the activities that cause you to leak?
• how to stop rushing to the washroom
PLUS so much more!
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June 11, 2017
- What types of exercise can help you prepare for birth.
- Can perineal massage really help prevent tearing?
- Can certain birth positions help decrease strain on your pelvic floor?
PLUS SO much more!!
AND find out our top recommended resources to help you have a positive birth experience!
Spinning Babies: www.spinningbabies.com
May 31, 2017
Want to decrease strain on your pelvic floor muscles during birth which may help decrease tearing, help labour progress and help with your postpartum recovery?
Check out the flower bloom breath that I teach all of my prenatal clients to help them release and relax their pelvic floor during labour and the pushing phase of birth.
Also a VERY helpful breath to use to decrease tension in your pelvic floor which may be the reason you are experiencing internal pelvic pain (pain with intercourse, insertin...
“3 Common Misconceptions When Preparing Your Pelvic Floor for Birth (and what to do instead).”
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[Video] A Beneficial Breath to Use for Birth
[Video] How to prepare your pelvic floor for birth
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