Collective Effervescence

You might already know this if you've been around here for a while, but my 11 year old is obsessed with Lego. He once told me has 3 great loves in his live. His Family. His Friends. And Lego. Anyway, Lego Masters is on TV at the moment and he lives for...

“Mum back” hack

This one is for the Mums with babies/toddlers on their hips! 👶 If you find yourself spending long periods of time with a 5month-2year old on your hip, you have likely experienced this before. It often shows up on one side, low in the back, sometimes radiating into the...

The value I place on health

The value I place on health is probably higher than average because of what I do for work. I see day-in, day-out what happens when people don’t prioritise their health compared to when they do. (It's like I get a front row seat to a live experiment) Daily, I see women...

Six styles of Physio that aren’t for me

Making people think the NEED me - The end goal for me is not to see you (for this issue)_ again; to give you the tools and knowledge to know you've got this Showing off my knowledge of long, Latin words - Me throwing a heap of anatomical terms at you (unless you know...

My “strong enough” body

Can you actually build strength in 10mins a day?Abso-bloody-lutely.I’ve build my whole GLOW10 Tribe membership on it! My ‘Strong enough’ body is one that💪🏻 feels good to be in💪🏻 allows me to have all the fun and adventures with my family that I want to💪🏻 doesn’t give...

No leakage ≠ No problems

Just because you are not currently experiencing urinary incontinence, it doesn’t mean that you have a pelvic floor that is functioning well. ➡️It might be that you just haven’t challenged it enough yet with how you exercise➡️It might be that you haven’t experienced a...

The problem with All or Nothing

So many of the women I see in my work identify as ‘All or Nothing’ gals. And to be honest, I rarely see it work out for the best! The thing is, ‘All or Nothing’ can be hugely productive…for the very brief moment in time when ‘All’ is possible. And that can give us a...

Pinchy hip toolkit

Hips can be tricky 🤔 They can give you pain in LOTS of different areas and can play up for LOTS of different reasons. One of the most common types of hip pain I treat (especially in Mums) is anterior hip pain, which is often described as a pinching pain in the front...

5 ways to keep your sore neck sore

Go on, be honest, which of these have you done before..? Someties it’s easier to start with what NOT to do! So now that we’re clear on things that might your sore neck angier, let’s talk about what might actually make your sore neck happier!* ✅ Whilst gentle...

Does your exercise routine need a mix up?

My exercise choices have changed significantly across the different stages of my life: In my teens, I played a LOT of netball and touch football, and did a bit of long distance running. In my early 20s, I was into the gym - lifting some weights, running HIIT. I even...

Menopause is technically just one day

Did you know ow that Menopause could be marked as just one day on your calendar? 📅 Perimenopause on the other hand… it is different. It’s the (often gradual) onset of signs associated with hormonal changes that start for women in their 30s to mid-40s (ie the majority...

You can’t spot reduce with exercise

I started lifting weights out of high school.I don’t even know why I started, but I’m so thankful I did. I have this memory of being in the uni gym and wondering why I was the only woman in the weights room. Well, not the ONLY woman. There was often a line-up of women...

9 Simple ways to calm your nervous system

So many mums I meet are stuck in a cycle of chronic stress, often without even realising it. ⁠ They might be seeing me for treatment of specific issues like headaches or back pain, but when we dig a bit deeper they also express feelings of exhaustion, lack of...