Being active has been shown to have many health benefits, both physically and mentally. Camille walks you through the positive impacts of exercise and finding the best exercise for you.
[ Disclaimer ] There are many different types of people and couples on the path towards creating new life. In this article, we refer to cis-female and cis-male individuals, but we recognize there exists more people trying to conceive outside of these genders. We also refer to the individual testing and roles that cis-females and
Toileting after birth and post-birth poops – lots of moms fear this after giving birth. Childbirth is hard on your body (it’s called labour for a reason). Regardless of whether you have experienced a vaginal birth or cesarean birth, that first post-partum poop can be scary and something a lot of women try to avoid.
When it comes to healthy eating and making the right choices, it can become complicated and overwhelming due to the abundance of information and choices. Oils are a huge deal, as eating bad oils can have detrimental impacts on your health. The good news is that cooking with oil can be very simple. You can
Did you know acupuncture can enhance your immune system? Not only does it increase blood and lymphatic circulation to help your body clear out infection, but it actually increases immune function.
The ribcage is intricately connected to the abdomen and pelvic floor. Optimize your ribcage mobility through these 3 basic yoga poses to enhance abdominal and pelvic floor function – including leaking pee!
Join Andrea Plitz, Physiotherapist & Yoga Teacher as she takes you through the basic of the breath and how it relates not only to pelvic floor but the core in general. Episode 1 of her 8 part Breath Work Series.
It’s hard to stay on top of your wellness routines during the holidays which can yo-yo you into extreme resolutions come the new year. Stay healthy throughout the season with less up and downs with our nutritionists top 7 tips.
The number one question we get asked is “How do I know if I should see a pelvic floor physiotherapist”. The short answer is that all pelvic floor dysfunction should be evaluated and if you are not sure, having an evaluation and the education that accompanies can be invaluable.