Whether pregnant or already a mom, many of us experience low back pain. It’s no surprise, considering the strain pregnancy can put on your low back and how hard we work our bodies afterward picking up kiddos.
While it’s important to restrengthen your core as a way to return some love to your low back, a study published last week in the Annals of Internal Medicine says that certain types of massage may be superior to meds in providing relief (and way more fun, too).
Oh, and if you’re looking to restrengthen your abdominals and pelvic floor (either before birth or even years after) to help with your low back pain, I HIGHLY recommend Karin Twigg’s July 28 workshop Abdominals: Before & After Birth. I took it last month and it was completely enlightening!
Alisa, Sarah & the women of Blooma