Increase your overall strength and flexibility while pregnant by participating in 15 minute workouts each day! Here are a few tips to plank through your pregnancy! Begin with head and shoulder rolls. You can do this exercise sitting or standing. Gently rotate your shoulders backwards, creating the biggest circle possible.  [ Read More ]

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Pregnancy comes with it’s own set of worries. Some fear the unknown, while others spend endless hours reading about all the all the things that will never happen. While it’s important to stay educated, it’s equally imperative that you live in the moment. Right here, right now, you are handling  [ Read More ]

What are Braxton Hicks contractions? Braxton Hicks Contractions get their name from John Braxton Hicks, an English doctor who first described them in 1872.Braxton Hicks contractions are sporadic uterine contractions that start about 6 weeks into your pregnancy. However, you won’t be able to feel them that early. Some women don’t  [ Read More ]

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Whether you are pregnant, or have already had your baby and trying to get back to your pre-pregnancy size, exercise is so important. People often ignore their heart rate while working out which is one of the more focal aspects in prenatal fitness. It is vital that you are always aware  [ Read More ]

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Prenatal blues got you down? If you’re experiencing depressive symptoms, find an escape by participating in tranquil activities. 10 Ways to Forget Your Pregnancy Blues will illustrate how you can combat stress and relieve your melancholy. “You can dance, you can jive”– Put on your dancing shoes and have the  [ Read More ]