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I think we're all in agreement here that prevention is better than cure, always, and if you're a pelvic floor specialist yourself and you're dealing mainly with the postnatal client right now, can you see how there's a bit of an imbalance and disconnect going on? 🙋

You're TREATING, not preventing 🤰

There are a myriad of things you can address with pregnant clients to help them AVOID pelvic floor dysfunction ✅

Do you agree? 👍

Here's another point to mull over: pregnancy doesn't cause pelvic floor dysfunction 😱

Saying this means you believe that 100% of postnatal clients experience pelvic floor problems, which is incorrect ❌

Waiting for you, over on the #PelvicpreneurPodcast, is a podcast episode titled "Pregnancy Doesn't Cause Pelvic Floor Dysfunction", and I would LOVE for you to go and check it out! 🎧

DM the word "PREGNANCY" now, and I'll send you over the link to listen 🎤

Every pelvic floor client gets this hamstring stretch because it gives their pelvic floor length and it's super helpful for those with prolapse, posterior tilt and/or hypertonic pelvic floor 🙌

I love it best when clients incorporate this move into their day-to-day lives 🤸‍♀️

Some good examples are:

🥣 Stacking and emptying the dishwasher
🧦 Picking something up from a low height
🧺 Bending the knees to lift up the washing basket

CONFESSION: I've realised I now do this move, subconsciously, when I pull my tracksuit bottoms up after having a wee/poo 💩 🚽 🧻

That's got to be good though, right?! 😬

In fact, I'd say it's like the BEST thing to come out of Covid for me personally 🏅

(lockdown projects are seriously overrated 🔨 🎨 🤹‍♀️)

Now over to you: where have YOU done this move recently yourself? Weird answers welcome. In fact, they're vastly encouraged 🤣

Comment below and let me know! ⬇️⬇️⬇️

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Have you ever thought about no longer teaching your Yoga and Pilates classes? 🤔

Victoria Cunningham from @stretchbodymind is here on the #PelvicpreneurPodcast this week to talk about her journey that takes her from teaching a full class timetable of Yoga/Pilates classes, to shutting up shop and going all in with her Teacher Training offerings 🙌🏻

Like many people last year, she had to pivot. She said goodbye to her all of her loyal clients and stopped teaching her Yoga/Pilates classes, and went all in with her teacher training business 💣

But, there was a catch. None of her qualifications up to 2020 were delivered online, so it was huge learning curve, and it felt a bit like a race against time to not let her already paid up Yoga and Pilates students down: they were expecting in-person training and that's not what Victoria could provide 🏃‍♀️

What Victoria offers her students is something very unique for the industry 💕

And, if you've missed chatting to other colleagues at work, or, you're just desperate to talk shop with someone, view this conversation between Victoria and Claire as 2 passionate colleagues chatting about what life's like as a teacher trainer 🎧

Search "Pelvicpreneur Podcast" in Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts or Stitcher and enjoy 😬


Anyone else host Zoom calls in the COLDEST room in their house? 🥶 Do you think I have enough layers on here?! 😂 🧦 🧣

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