Chronic Pelvic Pain

Chronic Pelvic Pain

Chronic pelvic pain is a highly complex condition that is extremely individualised. Sometimes it is associated with conditions such as endometriosis, pelvic floor dysfunction, the menstrual cycle, or pregnancy; and then other times it is idiopathic and mysterious....
Your Pelvic Floor

Your Pelvic Floor

The pelvic floor not only consists of muscles, but fascia, ligaments, blood vessels, and nerves, which forms the floor of the pelvis. Think of it like a trampoline reaching from your pubic bone to your coccyx and from one ischium (sit bone) to the other. The function...
Anxiety & depression

Anxiety & depression

Exercise has been shown to reduce the rate of mental illness and improve overall mental health and well-being. It decreases symptoms of depression, anxiety, stress, and increases overall feelings of well-being! Exercise decreases social isolation, improves sleep...
Our primal state – 7 primal movements

Our primal state – 7 primal movements

Movement is complex, but not complicated. If we reduce movement down to its most basic form, as it is in the neurodevelopmental sequence when we are babies (also known as milestones), we can see our 7 primal movements evolving as a baby grows. Squat Hinging Lunge...
Exercise and female sexual dysfunction

Exercise and female sexual dysfunction

What is female sexual dysfunction? Female sexual dysfunction (FSD) affects approximately 40% of women of all ages, and is defined by the various ways in which an individual is unable to participate in a sexual relationship as she would wish. FSD is a very complex and...