Constipation is something we have probably all dealt with at some point in our lives. The first time I really felt constipated, that I can remember, was on my first international trip. It is common to get constipated with traveling due to eating a different diet, not sleeping as well and maybe not drinking as much water or liquids. It was 4 days into our trip in Italy when my friends started talking about how they hadn't pooped at all since we arrived. I hadn't paid attent
This picture was posted at a recent workshop I did talking to women about pelvic floor therapy and it's so true. So many industries prey on women’s insecurities. The fitness industry, the fashion industry, the makeup industry. All these things are fine and good, but are you purchasing these things because they make you feel good or because they make you feel like you need to be better or different or you're not good enough as you are.
One industry my colleagues and I would
Kegels, everybody’s heard about them. Most women think they should practice them, but most don’t really know what they are or how to do them correctly. Often, as women, we hear we should practice our Kegels and they are the muscles that hold back our urine, so we practice them whenever we go to the bathroom. It’s a good reminder, right? Practice every time you pee. You should not practice Kegels when you go to the bathroom and here are the reasons why. I’ve seen many wome