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The top 5 reasons you should try a group exercise mums and bubs class

Having a new baby is the most amazing thing that will happen to you, but it can also be very isolating and tiring. Leaving the house with a new baby can be challenging, but trying to fit in some daily exercise is so important for your physical and mental health. Here are our top 5 reasons you should try a group exercise mums and bubs class.

Mum Moments – Building Resilience in Children

Sheridan Wakefield talks to clinical psychologist Lisa Ford about building resilience in children including simple and practical strategies for parents - something that's more valuable now than ever before!

Managing Stress and Avoiding Burnout in Motherhood

Mums are the world's best multitaskers but all of this responsibility can leave us feeling stressed, anxious, exhausted and burnt out. Louise Hurley gives us some tips on how to manage these feelings and some practical things we can do to manage stress.

What to do if you’re experiencing thoracic pain during pregnancy

Have you started experiencing upper back pain since being pregnant? Or has breastfeeding left you hunched over and achey? Physio Madison gives us her top tips on how to help back pain during pregnancy, as well as postnatally.

How to motivate yourself to exercise and eat healthily when you’re exhausted

Let's face it, mum life is exhausting! How are you supposed to get motivated to exercise and eat healthily when it all just seem way too hard! Rachel Leman gives us some great tips on how to get started.

Why safe return to exercise is critical for long-term health

We all know that regular exercise has numerous health benefits but why is safe return to exercise so critical for new mums and their long-term health? Anita Guerra explains.

Are carbs really bad for me?

Despite all the amazing benefits of carbohydrates, they usually get given a bad rap. Nutritionist Inna Merkin looks into whether carbs really are bad for us.

What is birth trauma?

Trauma is a word that we hear a lot today in various contexts but what is birth trauma? Thea Baker breaks it down for us.

Am I Still Me Under All This Motherhood?

It’s so easy to lose sight of who you are when you become a mum. It’s not that you don’t care about yourself, it’s just that your priorities have been turned upside down. Louise Hurley shares some tips on how to rediscover a sense of self after you become a mum.

How to return to running postnatally without getting injured

So you’ve carried a baby for nine months, gone through labour and now you want to get back into exercise and start running. Madison Cutmore explains how to return to running after having a baby without getting injured.