What are the pelvic floor muscles? How pregnancy and delivery can leave long-lasting effects on them, how you can tell if you have issues, and learn about proactive treatments to help improve them so that … Read More
Lexi Chatara-Middleton Licensed Professional Counselor and a Registered Dance & Movement Therapist Lexi is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Colorado and a Registered Dance/Movement Therapist. Her focus and passion are supporting parents … Read More
Whether it’s a packed day at work, a long list of family commitments, kids to run around all day for sports, cheer and music lessons, or a stack of bills to take care of, the average person lives a stressful life. While stress is probably unavoidable, taking a few minutes a day for yourself to un-plug and rejuvenate could make a huge difference.
When considering pregnancy or just finding out that they’re expecting, every woman wants to do whatever is best for their unborn child. Preparing their body for pregnancy and making sure that the delivery is as quick and pain-free as possible is definitely high on their list of priorities. If there is anything that can be done to avoid risks or difficulties during labor and delivery, then that’s what a soon-to-be-mom is going to do. So why is it that so few women have heard of the “pelvic floor”?
When you are expecting a baby there are numerous decisions to be made. What kind of crib do I want? Who will my pediatrician be? Do I have a birth plan in place? What kinds of things do I need to put on my registry? Should I breastfeed? Today’s blog answers some of the questions you may have around breastfeeding, the benefits of it plus some tips to overcome some common problems.