I used to have this recoil response to “mom” fitness programs. They often felt lame and boring to me…Read More
I know, I know, exercise is healthy.
It’s prescribed for MANY a health problem.
And movement is GREAT for ALL aspects of your health, including sex, BUT…
Hi there! If you’re new here, I’m Sarah Smith and I’m a mom. I have three boys all born over the course of 5 years...Read More
Attention Married Christian wives and mommas!Read More
I know it can be frustrating when you have to do EXTRA things just to feel normal like everyone else, but there are MYRIAD reasons why your body is asking for extra attention…Read More
I hear it all of the time. ”My digestion was just never the same after I had the baby…”Read More
Injuries sustained in pregnancy or postpartum, can plague clients for decades after the fact…
When working with my postnatal and pelvic floor rehabilitation clients that have been diagnosed with an inactive pelvic floor or pelvic organ prolapse, we spend A LOT of time both inside and out of the gym re-learning to breath.Read More
This is a woman that feared telling ANYONE about her diagnosis for fear they would be uncomfortable, assume the worst, conduct a Google image search and then assume that my body looked like the horrifying images they saw.Read More
In the same way that your minimal shoes are helping you to resurrect the muscles in your feet, and your primal diet is restoring your gut and brain function, these three steps to discovering your primal pelvic floor are (Plus my DPPF Program) are going to get your pelvic floor back online, more akin to the pelvic floors of our ancestors and, give you an overall better quality of life.Read More
I 100% DO NOT believe in rules and formulas when it comes to working with the pelvic floor.
There are some very helpful guidelines and effective strategies for dealing with pelvic floor dysfunction and related injuries, but I will tell you that EVERY CLIENT I SEE IN-PERSON OR ONLINE presents with pelvic floor issues slightly differently and therefore we tailor their programming to their unique problems.
One FREQUENT complaint in pregnancy and early postpartum is digestion.
Physical changes to the shape of our bodies, babies encroaching on our abdominal contents, hormones, cravings, irregular sleep schedules and voracious appetites have us in many ways eating and living in a TOTALLY new and different way!