Concerned about your pelvic floor, abdominals, bladder, bowel or scars?
The best home exercises & do-it-yourself-advice to get your pelvic floor & postbaby body into a happy place
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Hello. My name is Amanda Savage. I am a physiotherapist who specialises in helping women find and train their pelvic floor & abdominal muscles. This blog brings you reliable advice & know-how from my clinic, that you can trust & follow to feel better now.
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Puzzled by pelvic floor anatomy and exactly how to do pelvic floor exercises? Detailed articles and videos to help you do them correctly!
Just had your baby? Physio advice: how to look after your sore bottom & pelvic floor from Day 1, how to have a comfortable first poo and how to sit on a hard chair…..
Do you want to run, lift weights, zumba, hike? We want to support you with discussions, exercises and techniques & pro-tips that will help you reach that highest level of performance.
Do you love a bit of tech? But wondering what to use? Elvie? Squeezy? Cones? Stim machines? Biofeedback? Read all about the gadgets, devices and apps invented to help improve your pelvic floor
We are not shy to talk about all issues that affect you after a baby. Candid advice and information to help you regain your pre-baby Mojo.
This information is for you, your mum, your partner, their mum and your book club friends. How often should you go to the loo? How should you sit on the toilet? Why do tampons go sideways?….
# No More Miserable Mums!
Download the iPDF Supported Mums Guide to Fantastic Free & Reliable Resources to get you started with your bladder, bowel and pelvic floor health.
Feel supported & cared for with regular videos, resources & tips to help you recover quickly & help your new mum body thrive.
If your body is in a good place you will cope better with the physical and emotional demands of motherhood.
Amanda Savage (Specialist Physiotherapist)
WANT HELP TO CARE FOR YOUR POSTNATAL BODY?
Join in our online Pilates classes: a programme & community to take you from the very early days right through to returning to running or mainstream sport. In partnership with www.beamfeelgood.com
Thinking about running?
10 things to check before you take your postnatal body for a run.
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