Common Postpartum Misconceptions

Common Postpartum Misconceptions

After your baby is born there is a wide variety of emotions you may experience. After months, and at times years, of anticipation, your bundle of joy is finally here. So much attention and time is spent on your precious newborn, that it’s easy to lose focus on...
Why Pelvic Floor Therapy Should Be Standard After Baby

Why Pelvic Floor Therapy Should Be Standard After Baby

Your core and pelvic floor endure a lot during pregnancy, labor, and after delivery. It’s a physical, emotional, and sensory-filled experience. Once the baby is here, it can be easy to ignore the warning signals that your body is desperately sending you if things are...
Improve Your Core & Pelvic Floor Connection

Improve Your Core & Pelvic Floor Connection

The pelvic floor muscles (PFM) run from the pubic bone to the tailbone and the sides of the pelvic walls. The PFMs support the uterus, bowel, and the bladder by tightening the muscles and sphincters around the organs when a person lifts an object, exercises, or...