One of the most important group of muscles in a woman’s body are her pelvic floor muscles. They support the spine and the pelvis, keeping our backs strong and stable, and they support the pelvic organs – the bladder, the bowels and..
Whether it’s your first child or you’re a seasoned mother, the days, weeks and months following the birth of a baby can feel like a rollercoaster for many women. While you may be impatient — or not! — to return to the gym and to your..
Endometriosis is an invisible illness that affects one in 10 women, including myself. Like most women with endometriosis, my diagnosis was severely delayed. The average delay in diagnosis for endometriosis is an alarming...
Heavy periods, menstrual cramps, painful sex and abdominal pain simply sound like the regular burdens of being a woman. And for any female at any age, there are two things that happen when you’re struck down with period cramps – one, you either
The pelvic floor muscles are powerfully glorious and play such an important role in women’s physical, mental, emotional, social, and sexual well-being. From pregnancy to birth, bladder health to bowel health, spinal support to sexual