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What’s the first thing that pops into your mind when you think about pelvic health? Kegels, Kegels, kegels. 100s of them, 1000s of them. And even though today’s article is about ways to do a Kegel properly, it would be completely irresponsible of me if I didn't mention that sometimes Kegels could be doing more harm than good. Many

When I share how much your pelvic health can be improved with breath, I'm typically met with an eye roll and a sigh (in no particular order). That probably has a lot to do with the fact that breathing is a natural act that we don't really pay that much attention to. It's not just breathing, it's how you use your breath, especially in the early stages of improving your pelvic health in movement, and a subtle change can create a difference immediately.

"Start with what you have," one of the best pieces of advice I've ever received. Shout to my Biz Coach!


Wether you wanna start your home yoga practice, or you really don't have a choice, this is the perfect place to start. Early on as a practicing yogi, I used to avoid props like the plague. I thought using props meant I sucked at yoga. Now, I know better. Props are amazing to help you move through poses with ease, comfort and really creating space to feel the pose, instead of being really uncomfortable. In fact, we use props in every single yoga class I teach.

Yup, the gyms are still closed and if Bootcamps make your heart sing, you're in luck my friend, because this city is bursting at the seams with Outdoor Bootcamps galore! Personally, it's not my thing.