Pelvic Organ Prolapse + Why Kegels Aren’t Enough

Pelvic Organ Prolapse + Why Kegels Aren't Enough Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP) doesn't only happen to older women, and it happens more than you might think. In fact it is estimated that 50% of women of childbearing age will experience some level of Pelvic Organ Prolapse. Sadly though it is rarely discussed, frequently dismissed as [...]

Guest Blog: Top Tips for Maternity Activewear From FittaMamma

Guest Blog: Top Tips for Maternity Activewear From FittaMamma FittaMamma creates activewear to help pregnant and postnatal women feel and look good whilst staying active. We recently tried out their range during a MUTU System Program and we were seriously impressed. They have kindly written a guest blog for all you MUTU Mamas.  Medical experts recommend [...]

2019-03-02T07:37:44-08:00By |Blog - All, Pregnancy|0 Comments

Women’s Health Physiotherapist Recommends MUTU System

I was delighted this week to be contacted by Women’s Health Physiotherapist at La Femme Physio in Kingston upon Thames, Claire Rutherford, who wrote: "...I am a clinical specialist in Women’s Health Physiotherapy and have been reading the great work you’ve been doing and all the sound advice you’ve been giving to women.  It’s great [...]

Pregnancy + Weight Loss | Is It Ever OK?

Pregnancy and weight loss are jarring concepts because you can’t deny your body food when you have a baby depending on you for its nutritious breakfasts, lunches and dinners! The ideal is that you start pregnancy at a healthy weight and maintain that over three trimesters, gaining up to around 35 pounds, steadily, as your [...]

2017-02-14T18:02:08-08:00By |Blog - All, Pregnancy|0 Comments

Diastasis Recti | The Muscles

Diastasis Recti | The Muscles Diastasis Recti is the separation of the 2 parts of the rectus abdominis muscle as the collagen tissues of the Linea Alba and Linea Semiluniaris (mid-line connective tissue) are stretched and weakened. This image shows what happens to your abdominal muscles when diastasis recti occurs. Diastasis recti muscle [...]