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Once upon a time a diagnosis of cancer was a sentence for bed rest, but not anymore! Exercise and physical activity are now recognised as a crucial piece of the puzzle to increasing cancer survival rates.

Pelvic floor strengthening is an important inclusion in all exercise programs both during pregnancy and after birth and should be included on a daily basis. Your pelvic floor is a group of muscles that act as a hammock for your pelvic organs - your bladder, your uterus, and your bowel. A strong pelvic floor is important for preventing or managing incontinence and prolapse, and improving sexual pleasure. 

So let’s talk menopause. All women go through it, and 80% experience side effects. Unfortunately these side effects can severely affect your daily life – hot flushes, weight gain, night sweats, and irritability just to name a few. We here at The Movement Therapy Group are here to help you.

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Our passionate team includes a Clinical Exercise Physiologist, Holistic Nutritionist and Massage Therapist. We love what we do and helping our clients get back to what they love.

Call us on 03 9010 5615 to book an appointment.

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