I just wanted to thank you again for the amazing course. I remained pain-free my entire pregnancy so long as I kept up with my stretches.
I just wanted to thank you again for the amazing course. I remained pain-free my entire pregnancy so long as I kept up with my stretches. The few times I didn't do them for a few consecutive days I would get the same pain in my hips as my first pregnancy but it would be quickly alleviated with stretching. (I ended up sleeping in a chair for the last several weeks with my previous pregnancy because my hips were in so much pain.) What a huge relief!! The interesting thing is that some of the stretches that I thought were the most basic of stretches and wouldn't really benefit me were the most beneficial - for instance, the pelvic list, calf (stretch) and the neutral neck. Who knew such small and basic movements could make such an enormous difference! Incredible!
(Our baby) was born on 18 July and although it was intense the birth went extremely well :) Now I just need to re-teach and really pay attention to my posture while carrying and breastfeeding babe as my back is definitely sore :( Good news is, that I know it can be easily alleviated and I don't have to just 'live with it'. THANK YOU! I tell everyone who will listen how much your restorative exercise class has changed my life :)
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