Baby & Child motor development: #1 Primitive Reflexes

Baby & Child motor development Primitive Reflexes   From birth, your baby already has a set of “primitive reflexes”. It means they perform movement automatically without thinking about it (an example for adults: we remove automatically our hand when we burn ourselves). These reflexes can be triggered by different stimuli:

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Number 2: how does it work?

Number 2: how does it work? Everybody goes to the loo (even princess!), but do you know how does it work? How does your body can on command hold on for hours and empty when the appropriate time appears?   Continence First let’s see why we are not force to

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Pelvis & Pelvic floor Anatomy

Pelvis & Pelvic floor Anatomy Pelvic floor is a super trendy expression with new exercises to do or machine to train them. We use it more and more as we realised how it is important for women to protect and to exercise it correctly. But do you actually know what

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Good and Bad abdominal exercises!

Good and Bad abdominal exercises! If you read our blog regularly, you already know “classic” abdominal exercises like crunches and sit up are bad for your pelvic floor, back and abdomen as they increase intra-abdominal pressure. Today will see in details why these exercises are harmful and how to perform

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5 exercises to close your pelvis after giving birth

Throughout pregnancy, your body changed to create more space for your baby and become more mobile to facilitate the delivery. Once you gave birth, you will slowly recover and your pelvis, hips and ribs will have to close. Let’s see simple exercises to help pelvis closing! Pelvis Closing: Piriform stretching:

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Constipation Treatments

Constipation Treatments   In our Blog Posts and Videos, we often mention constipation as it is a very common issues and it can have bad repercussion on your pelvic function impairing both your urinary and digestive system… For more details on what are the symptoms, cause constipation and how to

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10 tips to have Good bladder habits for life

Don’t wait to have urinary issues to have a healthy life style! Start Today with these 10 easy tips to keep your bladder happy! #1 Drink approximately 1,5/2 liters of fluid per day More if you are breastfeeding or exercising, Drinking too much can also cause bladder issues (like urgency,

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Post Fall Syndrome, Frailty & Walking Rehabilitation!

Post Fall Syndrome or Psychomotor Regression Syndrome (PRS) is defined as: “Decompensation of the systems and mechanisms implicated in postural and walking automatisms (Mourey, 2009)” It appears either insidiously due to an increase of frailty or either brutally after a trauma (fall), hospitalisation or a surgical intervention. This syndrome is

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Elvie: revolutionary tool or just a trend?

Introduction to Elvie!   Elvie is a trendy connected toy used to enhance your ability to perform your pelvic floor exercises. It is marketed as improving “core strength, control, and even better sex”, but before to see what it does exactly and in which cases it is actually useful, let’s

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Pelvic floor rehabilitation around the world

Pelvic floor rehabilitation around the world The following review is based on my experience. Consequently, it’s subjective, not an absolute truth, nor exhaustive and at the end of the day only my personal opinion! It is a review of what I saw around the world, I don’t intend to determine

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Pregnancy massage

Obviously, everybody love massage and pregnant women even more! But how? As an expecting woman, between your job, organizing everything for the baby, taking care of your older kids, it is a challenge to find time to take of yourself! However, in various cultures, massage is an important part of

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women's health pelvis: pelvic floor muscles
Pre and post natal
Virgil Bru

How to restore Pelvis Balance?

How to restore Pelvis Balance?   First let’s speak about taking time to take care of yourself. You may feel guilty to not spend every minute you can with your baby, but remember to have a happy baby, you need to be happy with your body and yourself… By taking

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Cube pessary
Women's health
Virgil Bru

Pessary Cube

Pessary Cube Do you have urinary issue while performing an effort like running? Or do you have prolapse limiting your possibility to do sport? Yet you would like to keep active? Are you pregnant and start to feel heaviness in the lower part of your belly? Or you just want

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Women's health physio: urgency treatment
Non classé EN
Virgil Bru

How to manage urgency?

Last week, we saw how to build a Urination Calendar and how to interpret it. So you should have changed your bad habits regarding how and what you are drinking. Now let’s see how to have good habits in terms of how many you go to the loo by learning

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