Author Archive | jenny

Women’s Wellness Weekly Digest – Week 4

Hello everyone, WELCOME to Issue 4!  Here’s a selection of great stuff from the internet that made me ‘think’ in the past few weeks……Enjoy!! A great article for those of you who are Soft Tissue Therapists using Instrument Assisted Massage tools in your therapy sessions and it’s ability to increase myofascial trigger point pain threshold: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1360859217303170  […]

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Introducing the NEW Women’s Wellness Weekly Digest!

Introducing the NEW Women’s Wellness Weekly Digest!  A weekly roundup of everything ‘Women’s Wellness’ that I’ve spotted across Social Media over the previous 7 days.  Quite simply, if I think it’s awesome, great education and will enhance what we all do, I’ll add it to this page.  Movement, Books, Nutrition, Mental and Emotional Wellbeing, Pelvic […]

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A Day Of Easy ‘Post Natal Nutrition’ and Why?

When it comes to Post Natal Nutrition, sometimes it can feel like very much a challenge to convince ‘baby-weight’ conscious new moms of the power and worth of moving their focus to ‘Healing’ Post Natal Nutrition’ as opposed to ‘Fat Loss Dieting’.  For years we have all been indoctrinated as to the evils of fat consumption, the virtues of calorie-counting the merit […]

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3 Delicious Integrated Pelvic Floor and Hip Mobilizers

I wanted to share with you these 3 utterly delicious integrated Pelvic Floor and hip moblizers because I think they might just transform the was you ‘do stretching’ with your Pregnant and Post Natal clients in relation to the pelvic moblity in general and the down-training and mobilization of their Pelvic Floor on a global […]

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Is Your Pregnancy and Post Natal Exercise Prescription ‘Fit For Purpose’?? – VIDEO

They say that ‘necessity is the mother of invention’ and Burrell Education was very much created from a position of necessity to improve the correlation between how Pregnant and Post Natal women actually move in their daily lives and what was generally passing for ‘fit for purpose’ exercise prescription….in short, for a long time in […]

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Help for the ‘Overactive’ or ‘Too Tight’ Pelvic Floor (VIDEO)

In the world of Pelvic Floor fitness and retraining in the case of the simpler end of continence issues where a ‘strength’ programme is indicated, there sometimes isn’t an equal emphasis on balancing the work/hypertrophy with a down-training programming. Ultimately, we all know the body functions best when both local (core) and global muscle/myofascial length […]

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