You have your beautiful bundle of joy in your arms and she’s only a few weeks old. You move to put her down on the floor on her tummy for tummy time because you’ve heard how important it is and within minutes or even seconds, she’s wailing and screaming for
“Diastasis recti is extremely common in those who are pregnant and during the postpartum period. It affects 60% of people. It usually resolves itself within eight weeks of delivery. About 40% of those who have diastasis recti still have it by six months postpartum.” (https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/diseases/22346-diastasis-recti) Does your daily routine with
It looks like Hi-Guh-hee. It’s pronounced Hoo-Guh. It’s a Danish tradition and way of life. Hygge is a wonderful approach to self care – it’s a lifestyle of slow rhythms, habit of togetherness, and all-the-cozy-things (like coffee, baked goods, snuggly blankets, soft candlelight or even low-wattage lighting). Beat the winter
Allergy Relief 8 drops lemon, 8 drops lavender, 8 drops peppermint If diffusing – add clean water to your diffuser, drop in the oils and diffuse delightfully! If using topically – add the essential oils to coconut oil and apply gently to your skin (always good to start slowly to
Day 1: Chiro Clickers and Stuffed Animal Adjusta-Pets Chiro Clickers: Do your kiddos love coming to our office to adjust the pop-its or the stuffed animals? Well, maybe consider getting their very own clicker to take care of all of their cuddly stuffed animal friends at home! Chiro Clickers Ask
One of my favorite analogies to help explain what a chiropractic adjustment does is our dimmer switch analogy. Simply put…misalignments in your spine (or subluxations) are like having your dimmer switch TURNED DOWN. When your dimmer switch is turned down, you are living with less energy than what is actually
Here are my favorite programs that helped me heal my 4 finger diastasis recti (core separation)!
Free play—the unstructured time during which children can act out their fantasies, create their own rules, and explore the world at their own pace— profoundly benefits children’s early development. But while experts agree that undirected play is vital, it is disappearing in favor of organized athletic, artistic, and academic activities.