Valeria used to dread coming to work. It was a field she loved with a passion, yet the company culture was extremely competitive. It was a desired workplace in a small industry, and it felt like everyone was trying to get promoted to very few available spots. She was in the earlier stages of a new career, having dared to get a degree in her 40s after decades in entry-level positions, and she was walking around in shame. Not just about how late she felt she was to the game, but about her pelvic dysfunction and the leaking that came with it. …Read More…
I have experienced healing from grounding or as some say earthing. Earthing therapy is connecting to the energy of the planet and lately, it’s getting a lot of press about its health benefits. There’s tremendous healing that happens when we connect to the wonders of our planet and I don’t want to see that go away. So today, I thought I would share how my family and I reduce our carbon footprint on the earth. Why? Because I believe deep down inside that we all count and we can…read more
For a long time, I was a stress ball. I bite my nails, I couldn’t concentrate, I couldn’t sleep, and I felt like every day I was battling a creature inside me. I call those days the “dark nights of my soul,” and I can say that stress made my pain, my anxiety, and my bladder symptoms worse. Every day felt like I was battling myself, and it left me feeling defeated. I felt like I was failing my family, my daughter, and my clients. I felt like a faker because I was recommending a certain lifestyle yet…read more
I recently had the pleasure to sit down with world-trnowned psychologist Zee Selvili and talk to her about self-compassion and how to tackle that voice in your head. Many times our voice in our head ends up being our worst enemy, especially for those of us who are sufering from pelvic floor conditions. Zee really knows hw to tell it like it is, read more to hear her truth bombs.
Rachel always thought that love was pretty clear. You meet a great guy, you get married, you spend the rest of your life happy. She thought it was a given, something that just happens to everyone in one way or another. Some succeed more than others, some get to be happier in love than others, but it is what it is and you have to make the most of what you get. Yet as her pelvic dysfunction grew worse, she found it increasingly challenging to ignore……Read More…
Everyone has their vision of what their ideal career, health or life looks like but often one factor that blocks our dreams is inefficient goal planning. Aren’t you frustrated that you didn’t accomplish more in 2018?
I understand, I had my ups and downs in 2018 and didn’t accomplish all that I set out to achieve; you’re not alone. You’ve accomplished goals… Read More…
Isa Herrera, MSPT, CSCS has successfully treated over 14,000 cases of Pelvic Floor Pain Dysfunction and offers valuable insight on what Zosia shared today at the Women’s Maker’s Conference. Zosia Mamet, an actress and star on the HBO original series, “Girls,” spoke at the 2017 Maker’s Conference in Palos Verde, California and shared about her journey Pelvic Floor Pain Dysfunction. During her talk, she talked about how she has dealt and responded to it.
When one embarks on a healing journey there will be moments on the mountain tops and there will be moments in the valleys of deep despair. I know, I have been in both places during my own journey and what I have figured out is this; how you deal with these moments of ups and downs determines whether you find yourself healed or not.