Staying connected to your pelvic floor

I looked at both pregnancies as 9 months of training for the most athletic event of my life. ¬†Exercise and proper daily movement inputs are massively important to functioning well during pregnancy and after. This is not the time to start training for a marathon. It is the time when you need to move consistently, … Continue reading Staying connected to your pelvic floor

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Navigating the wiggly toddler

All of you awesome moms of toddlers out there know that our day is spent reaching down and forward. Often times we are chasing after a little one. You reach them just in time for them to make themselves into a dead weight or quickly change direction. Motherhood is the ultimate agility challenge! Creating resiliency … Continue reading Navigating the wiggly toddler

I have a diastasis and it’s OK!

I have had two sets of twins. My first set was born via C-Section and my second set was a vaginal delivery. With both sets I had a very large diastasis following the birth of the babies. After my first set, I did not have my diastasis assessed until the boys were almost three years … Continue reading I have a diastasis and it’s OK!

Being a mom…real food, lots of movement and my journey!

As a mom of two sets of twins...I know there is nothing more stressful than having something wrong with one of my babies. I have been so blessed with four healthy kids and I am truly grateful!! I blogged about my pregnancy with the girls and the new experiences I had with my second twin … Continue reading Being a mom…real food, lots of movement and my journey!

ViPR Personal Trainer Certification

August 16, 2014 I am in Atlanta, GA to attend the ViPR Personal Trainer certification. I woke up at 5am ready to go. First, I performed a lovely movement matrix with my Pelvicore ball. It felt great to get my blood flowing and breath moving before an exciting day of learning. After a cup of … Continue reading ViPR Personal Trainer Certification