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April 21, 2015

7 reasons to have your pelvic floor muscles checked BEFORE you give birth

1. You need them when you're pregnant.
The weight of your baby is placing more and more pressure on your bladder, bowel and pelvic floor. Pregnancy is a race against time to improve pelvic floor muscle strength at the same speed you baby is growing. If you can keep pace, it will protect you from symptoms such as urinary leakage, perineal heaviness or vaginal prolapse.

July 10, 2015

How wee works. A guide to your bladder…(part 1).

I love sharing the information in this blog with my clients. I think it’s because it’s always this light bulb moment when they finally get the facts about how they are meant to wee. If I had a dollar for every time someone has said to me “We should be taught this when we are kids!” I’d probably only have a medium-sized tower of dollar coins.…But even so, it’s powerful stuff! So here you are: spread the good word and lets all get our wee working!
September 30, 2015

One man is making some big changes for the women and girls of India

When girls in developing countries start menstruating, many simply don't attend school for the week as they have no sanitary way to contain their menstrual fluid. After a while, they start to fall behind in there schoolwork due to their absences and an alarming number drop out of school all together. With limited education these girls have no option but to take menial, low paying jobs and are destined for life long poverty.

June 27, 2017

Over Active Pelvic Floor

Keen to learn more about Over Active Pelvic Floor and how this may affect your body? Our Osteopath Sonya has created an info-graphic that outlines some of the conditions associated with an over active pelvic floor.

April 13, 2023

New Timetable 2023

New Timetable 2023 View or download our new timetable here.
April 24, 2023

Bump, Birth & Beyond