Category Archives: Stretching & Flexibility – Blog

When an incision is made in your belly for any type of surgery – cesarean, appendectomy, hernia mesh installment, hysterectomy, etc. – the nerves in that area are left somewhat exposed by the remaining scar, and the area can hurt for years to come. However, it’s never too late to do something about it! In […]

Restorative poses simply remove some of gravity’s pull with the use of props. They enable people to sink into deeper stretches with support and safety, and I’m convinced that anyone can do restorative work wherever they are with whatever they have. It feels so good to add props to stretching positions, and I’ve seen and felt […]

Two years ago, Fit2B member Katie Goddard sent me her before and after pictures, giving me permission to share her story in this blog {click} “Mother of Son with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) shares how Fit2B is changing their lives.” Little did we know how many it would reach! Katie’s candid images continue to encourage discussion because they […]

This will hopefully be one of the shortest blogs I’ve ever written because Christmas is just 3 days away. However, after watching this video from The Tummy Team about the pain of wrapping gifts during Christmas (and year round) I found myself wrapping gifts and toying with a few tricks to turn gift-giving into a fascia-nating […]

Confession: My kitchen timer is seldom used for anything cooking related. As a fitness professional and healthier mom in the making, I tend to use timers for better health and wellness applications. Not that setting one to avoid burning dinner wouldn’t be healthier for my family, but this is the scoop on how my stove timer […]

Are you refusing to do a yoga-based thigh stretch just because it’s called trikonasana (Triangle Pose)? Are you refusing a whole mode of wellness just because it comes from another part of the world, is spoken in another language, or has ancient roots in a different belief system? Some might label that mentality with strong […]

 It really stinks when we put a lot of effort, furniture-arranging, make-up doing, hair-snazzing – not to mention time & money – into a new workout video only to discover a flaw right before release. It’s discouraging to pull all that hard work out of the queue and re-film. That’s what happened with our newest […]

 It really stinks when we put a lot of effort, furniture-arranging, make-up doing, hair-snazzing – not to mention time & money – into a new workout video only to discover a flaw right before release. It’s discouraging to pull all that hard work out of the queue and re-film. That’s what happened with our newest […]