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Being a mum, by now you are more than likely acquainted with the pelvic floor. Whether you gave birth vaginally or via C-section the first time around, you will know something about pelvic floor from your pregnancy and motherhood journey. Whether you are intrigued because things...

Getting ready to give birth is one of the most exciting and suspenseful times in a mum’s life. The waiting can seem endless, especially for first time mamas! One great way to get yourself prepared for birth and buy some peace of mind is to have...

Often times after a rough introduction to pregnancy (morning sickness and extreme fatigue!), we can start to feel better in the second trimester and look to get back into doing some physical activity. During your second trimester, in general, you should avoid extreme, heavy or high...

Core Pregnancy exercise myths and what to do instead! You may have heard that it’s important to exercise your core during pregnancy, to help reduce back pain, ab separation and prepare yourself for labour, birth, and motherhood. So what are pregnancy safe core exercises? Are sit-ups the...

Blood pressure is a hot topic in pregnancy, mainly due to it being one of the signs or risk factors for a potentially serious pregnancy condition, pre-eclampsia. Pre-eclampsia is a condition that can affect some pregnant women, most often during the second half of pregnancy (from...

Recently, I, Danielle Scambary from The Good Shoe Shop was invited as a guest on Lenny Rose Active’s weekly Wednesday IGTV. I’m a podiatrist at the Good Shoe Shop, and I’m so excited to share my experience and knowledge on a common experience for pregnant...

We often focus on staying fit in pregnancy, thinking about staying strong and mobile in our bodies in preparation for birth. But did you know there are some specific things you can do to prepare your body for birth and make delivery easier? Continue reading to...

Back pain, discomfort and sciatica are extremely common during pregnancy, and can feature during pregnancy for many reasons. To a certain extent, it can be normal to experience back pain at 15, 28 or 36 weeks pregnant, but certainly isn’t something you should ignore or...