Guest Post - #PCESHero

This is a #PCESHero post from our worldwide Pregnancy and Postpartum Corrective Specialist community.

A Tale of Two Births Maternal Health and Wellness. It’s not a new topic or new rally cry – but like with so many things, 2020 brought it front and center and highlighted the injustices that can arise in delivery rooms. Doulas are drawn to birth work to support those birthing. Our role is comfort, …

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There’s a growing awareness and interest in healthy ‘clean’ ingredients in the food industry as well as skin and beauty products. We are learning that what we put on our body, store our food in, and ingest can impact our well-being. What goes inside the body and on the skin matters, personal lubricant included! Different …

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Tell us a little bit about yourself. Hey, I’m Steph Bouwman and I’m from Guelph, Ontario. I am a mom of four energetic kids, ages 7, 5, 3 and 7 weeks. I have a background as an Educational Assistant, where I primarily worked with kids with behavioural disorders and learning disabilities. When my daughter was …

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Tell us a little bit about yourself and your family. Hi, I am Saba Qais Khan from Islamabad, Pakistan. I am 36 years old and a mom to 3 adorable kids aged 8, 5 and 3. I started my fitness journey as a personal trainer and group fitness instructor after completing my Personal Training Certification …

Determined to heal herself and help as many women as she can Read More »

Barb is a valued, active, and hilarious member of the Inner Circle group. As a self-described “sponge,” she soaks up all the knowledge she can and always ensures she understands the “why” behind things. To say she is passionate about fitness is an understatement. Let’s hear more from Barb! Tell us a little bit about …

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Tell us a little bit about yourself. Hi, I’m Wendy Goldthorp. I’m a mum to an 8-year old and I have been working in the health and fitness industry for 6 years following maternity leave. I teach boot camps, pre/postnatal classes, and 1:1 personal training. Having previously dabbled in my own fitness on and off …

Using Her PCES Course Training to Help her Clients Recover Read More »

The pelvic floor muscles sit in the middle of the body, inside our pelvis. This means, for better or worse, these muscles are impacted by all activities, exercises and movements. However, the pelvic floor muscles are often not considered when progressing an exercise or establishing the correct starting point with working out, which can lead …

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