Good for you for finding a way to exercise with prolapse!  We know how this diagnosis can have a huge impact on your lifestyle and emotional well-being.  Regular exercise has a positive impact on both.  But we want to make sure you are doing it safely which also means...

It is really hard to stick with ay regular routine in the summer, especially if you have children.  And it doesn’t matter what age they are.  If they are younger, they are constantly underfoot and in need of entertainment.  If they are older they have to be shuttled to...

Gardening: It’s beautiful, meditative, and creative. It brings you into the present moment, and to many, there is nothing more relaxing and therapeutic than spending the day with nature. We know how beneficial gardening is on a mental level, but is it good for us physi...

i learned from a patient that a gym in Belgium required her friend, a new mom, to provide a letter confirming completion of pelvic floor physiotherapy before returning to the gym.

Let me preface by saying I am in no way trivializing or minimizing what a diagnosis of pelvic organ prolapse (POP) can mean to a woman both physically and emotionally. 

There are primarily two emotions I hear most when I work with clients and meet women who have POP and...

What to do:

  • A few pillows under buttocks

  • Calves up on a stool

How long:

  • 10 to 15 minutes

How often:

  • As often as needed to provide relief

While resting here, you can:

  • Manually re-insert the prolapse...

March 19, 2017

With the launch of the Made for Women Workout Series this week, we’ve received some great questions and we’ll go over them in separate blog posts. One of the questions was this: 

“In the Foundation Series, why is it that when we inhale, we have to let go of our pelvic f...

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