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Don’t ignore the pelvic floor!

Just because we can’t see it, doesn’t mean we shouldn’t work it! did you know one in three women has an incontinence problem after giving birth?I’m constantly surprised at the lack of focus on the pelvic floor in many yoga and exercise classes. But this hammock-like muscle that supports your growing baby and internal organs…

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Golden Tea – the perfect bedtime brew

If you find yourself reaching for a glass of wine at night or a mug of caffeine-laden hot chocolate, then make the switch and sip Golden (or Turmeric) Tea instead. Golden Tea is a traditional Indian medicinal drink, which can help promote a feeling of balance and a great night’s sleep. Of course the main…

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Slings, carriers and baby backpacks – which is best for you (and your spine?)

Carrying a baby close to your heart is one of the joys of parenthood. Babies love the close body contact and the gentle rocking motion usually sends them to sleep. It’s also a great for Mum (or Dad) to have both arms free! But baby carriers can be confusing, especially if there are so many…

Yoga for babies

We all know babies are natural Yogis, so it makes sense to help them enjoy this ancient practice. But the focus of baby yoga is on gentle stimulation and bonding between parent and bub – not exercise. Baby yoga is essentially about you and your baby connecting with one another, learning to develop trust and…