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Pelvic Floor Exercises

Pelvic Floor Exercises

The pelvic floor is basically the band of muscles that support the organs and contents of the pelvis on the underside of the pelvis. These muscles have a tough job to hold the increasing weight of your baby! The pelvic floor is placed under stretch during pregnancy...

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Abdominal Exercise Program

Abdominal Exercise Program

Belly exercises should start the day after baby is born! The sooner you start strengthening exercises the faster you will recover and return to your desired shape. Here are some simple exercises to get that belly shrinking!   Belly Activation / Bracing Lie on...

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Post-birth abdominal binding

Post-birth abdominal binding

Post-birth abdominal binding has been practiced by women for centuries. The main theory behind binding is to return a woman’s abdominal and pelvic region to its pre-pregnancy state as soon as possible after birth. Primarily through compression, binding aids in...

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