The truth about abdominal diastasis

I was 28 when I fell pregnant with my first boy 👶 By this point, I’d been working as a physiotherapist for 6 years. I’d already worked with countless pregnent women. And I was terrified of developing abdominal separation (and prolapse- but I’ll save that for another...

3 Exercises I wish all women did daily

1. Connect to your Pelvic Floor Including: The sensation of squeeze, lift and holdThe sensation of full relaxation Building up areas of deficit: This might mean working onEndurance Power Coordination Relaxation… Depending on your needs 2. Diaphragmatic Breathing...

Resting after birth

I’m a Physio who works only with women, and often with postnatal women… And this is what I ACTUALLY mean when I say to “REST” after birth…. I mean horizontal rest.I don’t mean sitting.I don’t mean standing around.I mean lying down.Horizontally. Why? Because, whether...