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“She’s just a little girl!” – Breaking Gender Stereotypes

“She’s just a little girl!” the man kept yelling. I had joined up with my family for a camping trip at the Coast over Labor Day weekend. Our camp site was at an organized family camp, which means there were lots of other campers and a lot of family activities planned. One of those activities […]

What To Do About Diastasis Recti: Four tips to getting your mama body back, and it’s not what you expect!

When I had my oldest son, I had never heard of diastasis recti (DR). It took a while before I really came to understand what it is and how it affects my mama clients. But lately, DR has become an epidemic. The new scary way for your new mom bod to fail you! You only […]

Miscarriage: Staring Down the Elephant in the Room

I lost the baby. Actually, in the last three months I have had two miscarriages. A miscarriage isn’t just an event that happens and you move on.  Physically, it is messy, gross, painful and the whole process can take a few weeks.  Emotionally, it is devastating and raw.  And I’m not sure that I will […]

Why I “Unfriended” the Scale: Jill’s Story

6 years ago I went in for a routine check-up at my doctor’s office. While waiting for the nurse to call my name I started to sweat. I knew as soon as the nurse called me back there that the first thing she was going to do was check my weight. The scale and I weren’t (and […]

So, What is Movement Duets Anyway? Cara’s Story

‘Tis the season for the Resolution.  With the dawn of each year I like to assess where I am and where I want to go.  This year I want to fulfill a dream I’ve had my entire adult life. When I was five my family and I biked across the country on a bicycle built […]