The Closing of the Bones ceremony acknowledges the immense changes a woman has undergone in pregnancy and childbirth and assists in bringing her spirit back into her own body. Physically, it guides her bones back into place, helps her pelvic organs shift and her uterus to shrink back down, and stimulates blood flow. Women who are honored in this way experience a sense of calm and grounding, re-establishing her sense of self.
Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy—What is it and why do I need it? Pelvic Floor PT is the use of hands-on PT to stretch, strengthen and relax muscles in the pelvic bowl (your pelvic floor). It is a specialized type of PT that treats bowel, bladder and sexual dysfunction through the musculoskeletal and neuromuscular system. […]
These long, dark days, with their limited sun and missing warmth, make us ever more mindful that the warmth and glow of the festive holiday season is behind us. We’ve got too much cheese, chocolate, wine (pick your poison) in our guts, and we’re not sure what day it is…it’s somewhere between Christmas and New […]
Dear New Moms and Dads. I’m prepping for my quarterly Newborn Essentials “How to Thrive Not Just Survive with Your Newborn” class. It’s my favorite class and here’s why. In this class, we play. It’s less heady, and more hands on. We laugh (a lot). Dads and moms practice tying Bobas and Moby wraps. We […]
Mala is the sanskrit word for garland. It is typically 108 beads, in addition to the guru bead and is used as a meditation tool while chanting, reciting or silently repeating a mantra. They help the wearer focus their minds. When not used for meditation, they can help wearers carry a sense of peace, calm, […]