A blog by Team MUTU’s Kay. When I was pregnant I always imagined myself to be able to jump back into hobbies and sports as soon as I had the all clear at my 6 week check. I’d take it slow but would be back at it in no time, I thought. I’d spent all [...]
We love it when you share your post-baby body healing stories with us and we’re so delighted to share this latest one from mum of two, Lydia. Lydia is mama to her 3 year old boy and her latest addition, a baby girl who is 7 months old. What brought you to MUTU in the [...]
When you really love your sport or hobby, it can feel like the world has ended when your body isn’t able to cope with certain exercises since you gave birth. Rebuilding the foundations and strength, slowly and properly, with the support of your fitness instructor or trainer is imperative to effective and sustainable recovery post-baby. [...]
We’ve taken all the best elements from the original program and magnified its awesomeness by a million, to produce the ultimate postpartum program for busy moms wanting to achieve all of the above but not knowing where to turn after months of searching for solutions.
“I can’t thank you enough for this wonderful affirming programme! I had a really traumatic birth and emergency caesarean and was struggling with the aftermath, both emotionally and physically. MUTU gave me back my confidence and self worth as well as reminding me that I am a strong, determined woman who can do what I [...]
I don't buy the whole “bouncing back” after birth thing. “Bouncing back” gives the message that your body now, after all the incredible stuff it’s done (which is pretty darn mind-blowing, don’t ya think?), isn’t worthy of feeling good and couldn’t possibly continue to be seen and accepted by others. Actually, I kinda like my [...]
It takes steel-like self-esteem to be totally cool with your post pregnancy body. There’s a HUGE adjustment and upheaval in the months after giving birth that NO ONE prepares you for. Every inch of you is sore and things feel alien and weird. If you’ve taken the mirror down there, then things sure as hell [...]
We have a habit (especially us Brits) of censoring everything we say for fear of grossing others out. From an early age, names of body parts are replaced with alternative ‘polite-society-friendly’ words. We just don’t mention our concerns, issues, symptoms or worries. I’m here to tell you that TMI is obsolete here. Before I go [...]