Pregnant after prolapse – first trimester

Pregnant after prolapse – first trimester

I won’t hide that this pregnancy was a total surprise. First when I found out about it, I panicked! I worried about what would happen to my pelvic floor and my prolapse. So as soon as my GP confirmed the pregnancy, I went to see a women’s health physio straightaway....
My fitness journey and my why

My fitness journey and my why

People often think that I have always been into sports and fitness. But while I was always quite active when I was younger, I never focused on a specific sport or discipline. And I got into fitness because I didn’t like my body (as harsh as it sounds). As a child I...
POP awareness month

POP awareness month

June is POP awareness month. Have you heard about POP (Pelvic Organ Prolapse)? POP occurs when the muscles, fascia and ligaments holding your pelvic organs (bladder, uterus, and bowel) are weakened and stretched, which allows the pelvic organs to drop. You can have...
My truth about motherhood

My truth about motherhood

  A few months ago Jen Dugard wrote a blog, “What’s your motherhood truth?” and that inspired me to write my own. I don’t really share it very often, and sharing this blog wasn’t easy (and I’ve changed it so many times). I’m used to sharing about my pelvic floor...
Anti-inflammatory Foods – Guest Blog

Anti-inflammatory Foods – Guest Blog

Start the year with wild weight loss goals and a grand plan, only to feel you’ve already plateaued? We’ve found the nutrition buzz this year is around inflammation. This is our bodies immune response, where it tries to fight off harmful things like damaged cells, bugs...