During Pregnancy: A Guide for the Everyday Mum
Congratulations on your pregnancy, Mumma! Whether this is your first pregnancy or not, this is a time of celebration and joy. It may also be a time of fear, anxiety and doubt. We know there is so much to think about and while all of these things are important, you also need to take the time to care for your body and mind. You are growing a human inside you and you need to create an environment for your baby that will ensure you have a safe and healthy pregnancy and the best possible start to life for your baby. Throughout this e- book we will talk, openly and honestly, about a number of topics relating to pregnancy including:
- Importance of exercising in pregnancy – with supporting evidence
- Changes to a pregnant woman’s body: physiological, hormonal, psychological and musculoskeletal
- Contraindications to exercise in pregnancy and
- Exercise in pregnancy:
We will also provide you with a number of quality resources that you can use throughout your pregnancy. So, relax with a cuppa, put those feet up (hopefully they’re not swollen feet!), and have a read. We hope you find this e book informative and helpful and we invite you to contact us if you have any questions about any of the topics we discuss.
Understanding Your Body After Pregnancy: A Guide for the Everyday Mum
Congratulations on the birth of your beautiful baby, Mumma! Your body has just gone through a huge transition, physically, emotionally and mentally. You might feel as though it was beaten and broken during the labour and birthing process. You might be feeling in awe of what your body has done when you thought there was no way you could get through it. Perhaps you’re feeling proud or maybe you are feeling deflated as your birth did not go to plan. With the birth of your baby comes a whole new range of questions and feelings. It is important to nurture yourself during this time so that you can recover and also to be able to provide the best possible start to life to the newest member of your family.
Throughout this book, we talk about a number of topics, including:
- Importance of exercising after pregnancy – with supporting evidence.
- Changes to a postnatal woman’s body: physiological, hormonal, psychological and musculoskeletal
- Contraindications to exercise postpartum and
- Suitable postnatal exercises
We hope you can get a few moments to yourself to sit down with a cuppa or a wine, put those feet up and have a read this of e book. Or perhaps you need to add baby into that equation! Either way, we hope you find the book informative and helpful.
We invite you to contact us if you have questions about any of the topics we discuss.
Understanding Pelvic Floor, Pelvic Organ Prolapse, Diastasis Recti Abdominis and Incontinence.
This E-book has been written to provide information to men and women about the pelvic floor and issues that can arise from having a weak or damaged pelvic floor such as incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse. This E-book also provides information to women about diastasis of rectus abdominis muscles (DRAM or just abdominal separation); a condition that commonly affects pregnant women.
We cover lots of different topics from pelvic floor anatomy, muscles and functions to the assessment of abdominal diastasis and how to limit abdominal diastasis during pregnancy. We discuss pelvic organ prolapse risk factors, signs and symptoms and so much more…
We hope that you find this E-book informative and helpful. We invite you to contact us if you have questions about any of the topics we discuss.
The Monthly Exercise Planner
The monthly exercise planner is a free resource for you to use to help you plan your exercise journey. See which type of exercise you adhere to and find which types of exercise you don’t like. Look at your current weekly and monthly trends before you add more exercise on different days. It so easy to use! So, how do you use the Exercise Planner? Click here for more information & private email.