November 30, 2021

14 – PELVIC HEALTH WITH JACQUI TOOHEY

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Jacqui Toohey is Health & Fitness Coach helping women to build strong, healthy minds, bodies & habits so that their strongest, fittest and healthiest years are ahead of them not behind them. 

In this episode we talk about the importance of looking after how pelvic health through perimenopause, what to look out for and strategies to help.  We talk about the importance of exercise and building muscle as well as working with someone trained in womens health.

 

 

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Find Jacqui Toohey at:

Web: Mumsafe.com.au

Instagram: Jacqui Toohey

Resources mentioned in this episode include:

Period Repair Manual by Lara Briden

Hormone Repair Manual by Lara Briden

 

 

 

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