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Birth Prep and Breathing Exercises Ok Ladies, it’s coming up to the crunch time! We wanted to draw your attention to the importance of breathing from our perspective, we are not coaches in this but found it incredibly useful in our own deliveries. So what do we need...
What should I avoid doing when I am pregnant? There are some key things you want to be aware of throughout your pregnancy if you are staying active. Overstretching: Due to the pregnancy hormone relaxin which relaxes the ligaments and tendons to allow for childbirth it...
What is SPD (Symphis Pubis Dysfunction) or Pelvic Girdle Pain? Symphis Pubis Dysfunction – also known as PGP (Pelvic Girdle Pain) and exercises that can help. When you are pregnant there is a hormone called relaxin released in the body, this helps relax all your...
Why is it so important to exercise when Pregnant? So often ladies who have been exercising stop dead when they find out they are pregnant, this is usually down to fear they are going to do something wrong and hurt their baby, which we totally understand. There is so...
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