Posts tagged with "postnatal"



Are you breathing properly? Sounds like a daft question but after having a baby, your system can be left not working as it should. This is why we carry out postnatal assessments when you join Move with Mumma - have a read and try it out.
Move with Mumma Blog · 25. February 2019
A 7-minute Postnatal Upper Body Circuit. Please ensure you have been cleared for exercise by your GP before commencing with any fitness after having your baby. If you are new to exercise then please attend a postnatal fitness class or exercise with a postnatal trainer to ensure safe technique. You can attend a FREE Move with Mumma class by booking here. Equipment Required: A timer. 2 Hex Shaped Dumbbells. Resistance band. Set the timer for 7 minutes and repeat 7 reps of each move until the...

Move with Mumma Blog · 25. January 2019
Symptoms & Causes of Sacroiliac Pain and How to Reduce your Pain.
Move with Mumma Blog · 05. January 2019
Some tips on how to make the regular things like going for a wee, having a poo and standing up, a little bit more comfortable after child-birth.

Move with Mumma Blog · 26. December 2018
This 15-minute Postnatal Booty workout will activate, sculpt and lift your glutes. During pregnancy the glutes weaken and this can result in flatter glutes. We love building the booty back up. These exercises will help you wake up those glutes and get that shape back.
Move with Mumma Blog · 13. December 2018
Diastasis can sound really scary once you start looking for information and there's a bit of an obsession about the gap down the middle of the six-pack...

Move with Mumma Blog · 02. November 2018
Eating healthy doesn't have to be bland or boring! Check out these super tasty healthy breakfast recipes and download yours for free! These will leave you feeling satisfied and give you lots of energy for your busy morning.
Move with Mumma Blog · 02. September 2018
Did you know it can take up to 2 years for your postnatal wounds to heal? This INCLUDES the birth canal, C-Section wounds, Pelvic Floor muscles and healing Diastasis! This is why we need to focus on healing nutrition after childbirth and it doesn't have to be difficult. By including the following into your diet and by simply eating real food you can create a healing environment on the inside so that your cells can regenerate and rebuild the damage. Scroll down to see what food you need to be...

Move with Mumma Blog · 23. August 2018
Some daily habits and information to help you have a healthy bladder for life... Drink lots of water, at least 2 litres, more if breastfeeding and exercising. Tea and Coffee can be counted in this but go for decaff as caffeine is an irritant to the bladder! Juices also count but avoid artificial sugars. Alcohol is a bladder irritant and muscle relaxant so can make urgency and urges worse. Stop going 'just in case'. Wait until you have the full bladder feeling above the pubic hair region rather...
Move with Mumma Blog · 06. August 2018
New mums can find themselves constantly on a sugar roller coaster. This is unsurprising with the lack of sleep, lack of energy and lack of time that comes with taking care of a new life. All your focus and time is on your little one and your own health often comes last, but please try and remember that your healthy and happy baby needs a healthy and happy mum. There are lots of foods that cause the roller coaster feeling, e.g. cereals, cakes, cookies, ice-cream and other processed snacks even...

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