Author: Caroline

When can I start exercising after giving birth?

Until you’ve re-gained strength in your pelvic floor and transverse abdominal muscles you want to avoid anything that overly strains the abdomen such as sit ups and crunches. You should also avoid any front-loading poses (like plank) if you have an abdominal muscle separation.

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Connor’s Birth Story:

Having a natural birth with as few medical interventions as possible was very important to me, I had researched a lot about how to achieve this and I prepared with a birth class, breathing techniques and Mother Nurture yoga classes to keep my body in good shape for labour.

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Bonding With Your Bump

Seeing your bub on the ultrasound screen and feeling those first fluttery movements are magical moments that make it all start to seem real! Beginning

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