Taryn Gaudin’s Blog
all the facts from the women’s health physio
In this post Taryn shares with you:
What happens if you return to running too soon after birth
How to know when you are ready to start running after birth
What signs and symptoms to look out for when returning to running after birth
How to rebuild your core with running in mind
When you can start running after birth
Learn how to optimise your training outcomes by training alongside your cycle. In this article Taryn shares the benefits of training alongside your menstrual cycle; the phases of the menstrual cycle; how women feel at different phases of the menstrual cycle; how to train alongside your menstrual cycle even as a high-level athlete; and how you can track your cycle and experiment with movement during different phases of your cycle.
In this article Taryn shares how to take an integrative approach to pelvic wellness, helping you to take a whole body approach to healing prolapse, rather than focusing on the physical aspects alone. Often when women are diagnosed with prolapse they are given 2 options – 1. live with it, or 2. have surgery to fix your prolapse. However, the results of prolapse surgery can be quite limited. Often, prolapse surgery ‘fails’, and prolapse symptoms reappear not long after having prolapse surgery.
If you have recently moved through a life-cycle transition – such as giving birth, or menopause, you may have developed some signs and symptoms of prolapse. Perhaps you have been told by your doctor that you have a prolapse, but you are wondering what that means, and if you really do have a prolapse. Read on to learn more about what prolapse is, and how you know if you have prolapse.
If you already know that you have prolapse, and you want to learn how to heal prolapse naturally, you have come to the right place. In this article Taryn shares how to take an integrative approach to pelvic wellness, helping you to take a whole body approach to healing prolapse, rather than focusing on the physical aspects alone.
Many women have questions about sex after birth. When is it safe to have sex after birth? How will sex feel after birth? Why do I have no interest in sex after birth? These are all normal questions that women have, yet there are very few places where these conversations are actually taking place. In this article I will share with you some of the ways in which you will know if you are ready to have sex after birth, how to tell when you should not be having sex after birth, and why some women have no interest in sex after birth.
Contact Taryn today
Are you ready to deepen your connection to yourself, access your body’s wisdom, and embrace your feminine essence? Yay! I offer online consultations & courses. Or in person consultations, workshops, and immersions. To find the best fit for you, or to book an appointment, you can email me using the form below, or simply connect with me via socials.
Interested in working with Taryn?
Awesome! You can choose to work with me via online consultations, or face to face from various locations in Townsville. If there is a way in which you envision we could work together that I haven’t offered here on my website, know that I am open to creating a personalised package just for you.
If you prefer a self-paced option check out one of my online courses OR my book Body Conscious: a woman’s guide to holistic pelvic wellness and feminine embodiment.
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Women’s Physiotherapist and Feminine Embodiment Guide Taryn Gaudin is passionate about helping women to connect to their feminine body, embrace their feminine essence, and heal their pelvic health. Join Taryn’s mailing list for regular practices that help you to connect to your body wisdom and to stay updated on workshops, courses, and offerings.