February 18th 2020
“When should I think about my pelvic floor and breath in fitness, and when can I rely on it to happen automatically?” Always? Never? Some? This is a real time issue for female athletes returning to fitness or sport after pregnancy and delivery. My answer here represents the shift in thinking I hope to continue...read article
January 29th 2020
Our Find-A-Pro map is here! I consistently have individuals and practitioners reaching out asking if I know of pros in their area. So often I know there are probably awesome, talented folks who have taken my courses that would be a great fit, but I don’t know them personally or can’t recall their contact information. Voila….the Find-A-Pro map...read article
November 22nd 2019
https://www.nathanrileymd.com/blog/obgyno-wino-podcast-episode-35-there-s-hope-for-the-pelvic-floor-interview-w–julie-wiebe-pt This one was fun. I have been having conversations with Nathan Riley, MD (@beyondtheMD) behind the scenes for a long time. He feels to me like a new breed of doctor. His take, his openness to learning from other specialties and share that with those in his field is so encouraging! Building our alliance...read article
November 7th 2019
Want to build diastasis tension? Load it! I find that I need to load the fascia of my fit mamas in a way that matches how hard they are used to working out. The more intensity they are familiar with, the more I need to load their fascia to create a change. We usually lay...read article
October 9th 2019
My latest ambition and push is to encourage women to get their baseline. By baseline, I mean know your own body prior to pregnancy. Measure the NORMAL, naturally occurring separation between the sides of your abdomen, now. We have a study that told us that women who have never had children can have up to...read article
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