Archive for 2012

Treating Pelvic Organ Prolapse

There are many options for treating pelvic organ prolapse (POP), ranging from the conservative and non-invasive, to more serious treatments such as surgery. The degree of treatment used by a woman and her doctor to reverse prolapse symptoms should reflect the degree of her condition. Surgical treatment is only...

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20 Things Happy People Do Every Day

Check this out… Something that I need to remind myself of more often! How about you? What makes you happy? 20 Things Happy People Do Every Day By Jennifer White 1. Smile—a lot (pass on that happiness). 2. Say “yes” to something that makes you uncomfortable—because you know it’s...

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5 Tips for a Happy & Healthy Pregnancy

Taken from Whether you’re pregnant or trying to conceive, these five simple tips will help establish a healthy foundation for you and your baby. 1. Supplement Your Diet Taking a high-quality prenatal supplement andpurified fish oil are essential to ensuring you and the growing life inside of you...

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Protecting Your Back at Work

Backache in Pregnancy…. Backache is one of the top complaints with all my Pregnancy Yoga and Pilates students. The two most important places to protect your back is at work and watching how you sleep. Keeping active, using your ball and coming to class will help keep your back...

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Ryan Gosling does Yoga

We love that 30-year-old actor, Ryan Gosling, has joined the long list of men who are hitting the yoga mat! Apparently, Gosling his been bringing along a friend to class as well — his beloved dog, George. We love yoga and we love dogs here at MindBodyGreen — and...

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5 Great Ways to Use a Birthing Ball For an Easier Childbirth

As those of you who are taking my pregnancy classes know, I am a huge fan of using birthing balls during your pregnancy, labour and birth. I strongly advice all students to get a ball as soon as they know that they are pregnant and spend as much time...

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