Balance, Mom Wellness, Self Care, Women's Health

Women’s Hormones: How to Naturally Balance Female Hormones

Hormones hold our personal superpowers. Hormones literally make us who we are. Hormones are so powerful, they influence so many aspects of our lives, including our behaviors, how we think, how we act, how we eat. All of this can be heavily persuaded by our hormone regulation. Hormones actually drive our behavior and personality and… Continue reading Women’s Hormones: How to Naturally Balance Female Hormones

Balance, Self Care, Women's Health

Diaphragmatic Breathing: The Most Underutilized Tool to Counteract Stress

Life is filled with an ebb and flow of ups and downs and there isn't anyone on this Earth immune to the obstacles life can throw at us. Life is sometimes a smooth path and other times it is a bumpy, winding road. There is no way to control the obstacles in our path but… Continue reading Diaphragmatic Breathing: The Most Underutilized Tool to Counteract Stress

Exercise, Women's Health

Tight, Painful Hips? Physical and/or Metaphysical Origin

Did you know that experiencing pain or tightness in the hips or even sciatica issues could relate to an imbalanced pelvic floor? The pelvic floor muscles are the hammock shaped muscles that attach from the pubic bone at the front of the pelvis and the tailbone at the back of the pelvis. A strong and… Continue reading Tight, Painful Hips? Physical and/or Metaphysical Origin

Exercise, Mom Wellness, Women's Health

Yoga and the Pelvic Floor

Yoga has a great way of bringing self-awareness to our bodies. But did you know that a mind-body connection is key to having optimal pelvic floor health? Just as we need a mind-body connection for exercise and yoga, we also need it for our pelvic floor, so it makes sense yoga would be the best… Continue reading Yoga and the Pelvic Floor

Mom Wellness, Self Care, Women's Health

Chasing the “Love” Hormone

I have stumbled upon yet again a new Balancebuilding journey for myself that hit me unexpectedly, although it really shouldn't have. It's the moment I left my Milkmaker title behind and stopped breastfeeding. It was February 14th, 2019 and Maddux was staying with the in laws while my husband and I went on our annual… Continue reading Chasing the “Love” Hormone