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Heal Your Vagina After Birth

Heal Your Vagina After Birth

We have a cultural obsession with bodily strength. We are constantly bombarded with words and images that say, “you are not doing, or being, enough”—a popular mechanism for the circulation of wealth within an economy based on the consumer’s primal fear of not being good enough to belong. Not even our yonis are spared with […]

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Free Q&A Call on the Postpartum Core

Free Q&A Call on the Postpartum Core

February 17 – 5:00-6:00pm PST Worldwide from the comfort of your home! Register now for call in details. Pregnancy and childbirth profoundly change women’s physical bodies as well as their self esteem and sexuality. If you are wondering any of the following: -Will my mummy tummy ever go away? -What happened to my sex life? […]

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Why Sex Hurts & What You Can Do About It

Why Sex Hurts & What You Can Do About It

Research says that one in three women experience sexual pain one year post childbirth.  There are also a number of pain related conditions that women in all stages of life are suffering from without adequate treatment options.  Conditions such as vulvodynia, vaginitis and vestibulitis often take years and visits to multiple doctors before they are […]

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3 Ways to Check for Diastasis Recti – It’s Not Just About the Space

3 Ways to Check for Diastasis Recti - It’s Not Just About the Space

Diastasis recti is a common condition seen in postpartum women where connective tissue in the abdominal muscles, the linea alba, thins and spreads out causing the abdominal muscles to separate.  This separation in the rectus abdominis can cause a bulging tummy, umbilical hernia, back pain, postural problems and pelvic floor weakness.  Diastasis recti can happen […]