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Reclaiming your Core – Bridge Work

Bridge work is something that many of us have probably done somewhere along the way to strengthen our core.  However, bridge work is only effective for the if done properly. Here are a few tips for doing bridge work properly: … Continue reading

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Let’s Talk Pelvic Floor

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 … Continue reading

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My Favorite Psoas Releases

The following five minute video blogs shows two of my favorite psoas stretches. I’m finding that the psoas is a crucial muscles for functional health of the body–meaning, that if you want your body to perform at is best the … Continue reading

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To Plank or Not to Plank

I am at a crossroads with healing my diastasis recti. In May of 2012, my diastasis measured 2-fingers wide at the navel, 1-finger wide about two inches above the navel and 1 finger wide about 3 inches below the navel. … Continue reading

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Flatter Stomach by Improving Your Posture

We have all probably read in a magazine somewhere that if you stand up talk it appears to others that you have lost weight.  Well, there is some truth in this.  As you stand up tall, it changes your stomach … Continue reading

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My Tilted Uterus Fights Back

A year ago I had my first appointment with a Maya Abdominal Massage Therapist.  I wanted to see this type of massage therapist to realign and restore the center of my body after 3 births, 4 births, and my constant … Continue reading

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Core Exercises on the Floor

The following exercises are great for strengthening your transverse abdominal muscles which are your inner corset. By doing these you will reduce your mid section, gain greater abdominal strength, and lessen back pain. All of these exercises are safe for … Continue reading

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