May 2017 - She Physio & Pilates
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May 2017

by Annette Beauchamp “Ouch, my vagina hurts.”  When good sex is bad. Some women experience pain during sex. Pain is a barrier to intimacy and sexual pleasure. This may occur even when you have found a loving and supportive partner.  Intimacy is one of the basic building blocks of a good relationship.     Dyspareunia Pain with sex is called dyspareunia (DIS-PAR-YOON-EE-A) I wish I could tell you, I see fewer women than I...

by Annette Beauchamp NEW MAMAs ask me regularly when they should return to driving following the birth of a baby.   RANZCOG Statement The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG) is the main organization for obstetricians in Australia. This is a summary of their published statement on recommendations for return to driving:  Women are advised they can drive if they can sit comfortably in the...

Happy Mothers Day to you.  I hope if you are a Mama or a daughter that you are celebrating Mama Day with your special people. I have had a lovely breakfast of bacon, eggs, spinach and tomatoes, with my favourite family.     The Mama body is an amazing thing. Personal care for personal health. Please come exercise with SHE. Join Mama To Be Pilates or Mama Pilates or clinical pilates. Call on 0408 465 312 follow SHE on...

by Annette Beauchamp The abdomen is a cylinder of muscle.   The transverse abdominis muscles (the horizontal core fibres) originate at the spine and travel around to insert into the rectus muscles.  The rectus muscles attach to one another at the linea alba in front.  This is a thin layer of tendon. Abdominal separation is a usual consequence of having a baby. The abdomen expands to accommodate the growing baby...