• Post EMS #1 Postpartum Core Muscle Rehab

    I have noticed a weird cultural phenomenon in new moms! We don’t take the time for rehabilitation postpartum. A man who injures his biceps at gym will spend weeks and loads of money with physios and biokineticists to rehabilitate that muscle for function and performance (and rightly so). Women, on the other hand, will give birth, […]

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  • Does online shopping make you nervous?

    I am intrigued that despite all the obvious advantages, many (particularly South African) ladies will choose a more expensive, more time-consuming and potentially more biased antenatal education option to avoid the “risk” of doing our course online! Is it resistance to change and a fear of the new and unknown or is it a genuine concern […]

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  • Post husband travel #3 Choose your Battles

    Between two and three years of age, one of the main parental issues we address in our children is obedience. I feel like a stuck record, “Nate, you must obey mommy’s voice” usually followed by “the first time!!!” Two year-olds are experimenting with language and developing independence; both wonderful things that any good and well-meaning […]

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  • Readers are Leaders and Leaders are Readers

    I learnt this truth many years ago from a man whose leadership has impacted my life. I heard him often say, “Readers are leaders and leaders are readers!” I remember deciding that if I wanted to become a pioneering leader in any field I would need to stay ahead of the pack, keep myself informed […]

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  • A friend called Matt

    Something very precious has happened to Jude this year – he has had the privilege of befriending a very unique and special young boy who joined their class at the beginning of the year. This boy, Matthew Tooke, was born with a rare genetic condition called Rubinstein-Taybi Syndrome which has affected particularly his speech development. This year […]

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