Are you curious about Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy? Do you have questions or concerns about this specialized therapy? At Yoga Mamas, our trained Pelvic Floor Physiotherapists are here to support and guide you. Read this blog where we address your most commonly asked questions.
What does Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy involve?
Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy is a specialized form of physical therapy that focuses on the muscles, ligaments, and connective tissues that support the pelvic organs, including the bladder, uterus, and rectum. The pelvic floor muscles also play an important role in sexual function, core stability, and posture.
6 Poses For Your Third Trimester
Congratulations Mama, you’ve almost reached the finish line! The third trimester of pregnancy can be full of mixed emotions—the excitement of meeting your new baby, the fear of being a first-time parent, the bittersweet knowledge that your pregnancy is coming to an end—that said, this is the perfect time to turn to your yoga practice for affirmation and grounding.
Today we’re sharing six yoga poses, which are ideal for women in their 3rd trimester. In addition to your mat, you may like to have two blocks or a stool on hand, as well as a bolster or 2-3 pillows. If you’re not yet in your 3rd trimester, check out our prior posts featuring poses for your 1st trimester and 2nd trimester.
We all know that when our tooth hurts we should see a dentist, and if we’ve broken our leg we should get to the ER. What’s a little more confusing though is figuring out why or when to see a Naturopathic Doctor (ND).
Naturopathic medicine treats the body as a whole. The approach a Naturopath takes to your health is holistic, all-encompassing and nurturing. NDs work on finding the root cause of an issue, rather than treating symptoms with quick fixes.
Here are 5 reasons why everyone should see a Naturopathic Doctor.
10 Ways To Calm A Busy Mind
Written by Psychotherapist, Lisha Cash, MSW, RSW
As a busy parent, it's easy to get caught up in the never-ending cycle of tasks and responsibilities. You want to meet your goals and pursue your passions, but it can be difficult to balance that with the demands of family life. If you're a natural "thinker," you might find yourself analyzing every aspect of your to-do list, weighing the pros and cons of each task, and feeling guilty for wanting to focus on anything other than your children. It's enough to keep you up at night, let alone the day-to-day challenges of parenting. While lists can be a helpful tool for staying organized, they can also add to your stress if you feel like you're not making progress. That's why I've put together a list of alternative exercises to help calm your busy mind and bring some peace to your hectic schedule.