Tag Archives: exercise

Battling the Aches and Pains of Pregnancy

by Trish Gipson RPT While for some of us pregnancy can be a glorious time where we feel better than we have ever felt, for the majority of us it is a time of back pain, calf cramps, rib pain, difficulty breathing, and the dreaded pregnancy waddle. Because of our growing bellies, we tend to… Continue Reading

The Postpartum Exercise Green Light

By Lori Shenher Congratulations on your new – or not so new – addition to the family! Like most women who’ve recently given birth, you may have questions about what activities are okay and which should be approached with caution. Aside from a few words of caution below, you are free to get back to… Continue Reading

An Imperfect Session with the Munchkins

By Shane Heins “Wouldn’t it be nice, to get up in the morning at your leisure? To lounge in bed for an hour before getting up? Then get out in the fresh air and go for a walk or run. Then to come home and take a relaxing shower. Have a bite to eat and… Continue Reading

Choosing an Active Pregnancy

By Melanie Osmack Saying that there are a lot of decisions to make during pregnancy would be an understatement.  The decision whether or not to exercise during pregnancy can be influenced by lack of information, conflicting information, cultural beliefs and personal feelings. Why exercise during pregnancy? The Society of Obstetricians and Gynacologists of Canada (SOGC)… Continue Reading

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