Scar massage is probably the biggest thing you can do to help your recovery after a c-section.  Lots of women report numbness, sensitivity, soreness, swelling or pain in the area, years after their c-section(s). Starting some massage early on can help prevent these sorts of issues.   What happens during a c-section? A c-section birth

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If you had a c-section, whether it was planned or unplanned, the postpartum period can  be challenging: After all, you’re not only caring for a newborn, but you are also healing from abdominal surgery. C-section recovery feels different for every mom—and can even feel different from one birth to the next, however a c-section is

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For many women the pelvic floor muscles can be difficult to find at the best of times, and so after birth it can feel like a real challenge to even know if you are squeezing the right thing. If you still feel that you can’t feel your pelvic floor muscles or they are not lifting

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“When can I go back to my gym class and running after having a baby?” is a common question women have after giving birth. Often what is expected in response is a specific time (like after your 6 week check with your GP), however when your body is able to take the impact of running/jumping/crossfit

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Do I Really Need to Do Pelvic Floor Exercises?? If you are reading this and you are pregnant or have had a baby then the answer is definitely YES. If you have carried or are carrying a baby the resting tone in your pelvic floor is more often than not decreased, so that means that

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