How often do you plan at date with your spouse? Once a week? Once a month? Never? Do you actually block off time in your calendar each month to date your spouse? Who plans the dates? What do your dates look like? Do both you and your spouse enjoy the activity or do one of… Continue reading Go Back to Dating
How do you feel about your menstrual cycle? Love it? Hate it? Dread it? Embrace it? I would venture to say 90% of women would respond with "hate it" or "dread it". Why do we feel that way? Is this pattern of thought destroying who we are as women? Are there some people who really like… Continue reading Menstrual Cycle – Role of Your Uterus
If I asked you to hold “it” (the “it” I’m referring to is your need to go to the bathroom) for three hours, could you do it? Some of you might say yes, but only if you greatly sacrificed your intake of water. Others of you would answer, “no way.” I used to be one… Continue reading Can you Hold It?
During my research of a diastasis, I discovered that proper glute function is a key element of healing a disastasis. At first, this seemed odd to me as a diastasis is on the front side of the body, and the glutes are on the backside of the body. Why would something on the back side… Continue reading Heal Your Diastasis with Butt Exercises
One of my passions is to educate people on how to move their bodies more. However, I also have the passion of inspiring marriages to move from surviving to thriving. Let me tell you a little about how this passion was fostered. When I was a junior in high school, I started to date my… Continue reading How well do you know your spouse?
I used to be a compulsive knee locker. I also used to be a compulsive knee bender. Does this confuse anyone else, or is it just me? I thought that the way to prevent locking your knees was to softly bend your knees; however, I have discovered you can still lock the knee caps in… Continue reading Bent Knees, Straight Knees, Locked Knees – What?
Pelvic floor health is something I have had a passion for ever since the birth of my first child. After my daughter's birth, my pelvic floor was just not the same. Jumping and trampolines made me nervous. At my post-natal follow up, I found I had a cystocele, which is a slight drop of the… Continue reading Why I Ditched Kegels
In the yoga world I hear these words a lot, "draw your shoulders down and back." The cue is meant to help align people's shoulders but what I have seen in bodies is that it causes people to excessively pull their shoulder blades back and also causes them to push their ribs forward. If you… Continue reading How to Align Your Shoulders
The number 1 tip that I give to people who are working on healing their diastasis recti is to correct their pelvic alignment. Your core muscles cannot do their job well when the bones of the body (pelvis) are incorrectly position. Think about buying a house. When you look at a house one of the… Continue reading How To Align Your Pelvis
Checking yourself for a diastasis recti is very helpful in understanding how to create a healthy movement lifestyle. Take a couple of minutes to find out if you have a diastasis recti now. https://youtu.be/NL8yYDDKlgE