I vividly remember the first time my friend’s mother told us to stop making her laugh or she would pee herself. I had only recently got my head around the perceived horror of my monthly bleed and now I find out that it is somehow normal to lose control of your bladder with age? WTF […]
Come along to the first ever Clapham Pregancy and Baby Show on 21st of March from 2:30pm!
It is going to be a fantastic FREE event with independent midwives, doulas, therapists and fab products! Of course, I will be there, too, with my faithful 3D female pelvic floor model, Anastacia. Please visit our […]
Myths and facts about the Pelvic Floor Muscles Take control of your Pelvic Health! Join us on Saturday, 14th June at 1:30pm to learn how to take control of your pelvic health! The pelvic floor muscles have to be kept strong as they support the abdominal organs and contribute to continence, both anal and urinary. […]
Video by Valentina http://photografacebabies.wordpress.com/2014/03/21/pregnancy-by-design-maternity-event-south-london/
Article written by Julie Morris, http://www.babyintuition.co.uk.
What a fantastic vibe we had at our shared Pregnancy by Design event yesterday. It was a pleasure to share the same space with so many women who really care about enabling younger women to have positive experiences of pregnancy, birth and motherhood.
The shared ideas and experience reinforced […]
Pregnancy by Design, The ultimate pregnancy lifestyle event
Meet the therapists who can enhance your health and wellbeing during pregnancy.
Meet the people who can help you explore your […]
Talking to many women – and men – about pelvic floor exercises I hear many reasons why people think they don’t need to do them or won’t benefit from them. Here are the most common myths and misconceptions I hear. See if they are familiar.
1. A quick clench can do it
There’s a common […]
Clara Gibson of Drastic to Fantastic kindly invited me to talk on her blog radio. Please click here to listen to our conversation.
“Whether it is post child birth or the impact of hormonal changes as women reach the age of menopause and beyond – our pelvic floor muscles are crucial to […]
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