Top 9 Pregnancy Fitness Tips Podcast with Angelina Lee, Physiotherapist

Written by: Dianne Edmonds Posted on 05 Jun 2020 0

Recorded at the time where the restrictions start to ease in Australia, this podcast gives pregnant mums specific advice to help during this unusual time in our lives. Dianne Edmonds speaks with Angelina Lee from PhysioForward in Tasmania, and together they go through 9 Pregnancy tips.

Postnatal Fitness Tips Podcast with Angelina Lee from PhysioForward Tasmania

Written by: Dianne Edmonds Posted on 05 Jun 2020 0

The recording of this podcast was prompted due to the challenges faced by us all as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic. For postnatal mums, we compiled these tips to help bring some focus into your fitness and health.  Dianne speaks again with Angelina Lee from PhysioForward in Tasmania, and together go through 9 Postnatal tips for mums at this time.

Once, I Was Loved

Written by: Dianne Edmonds Posted on 06 Dec 2019 0

Thanks to Exisle Publishing I was able to receive a copy of this new book Once, I was Loved. Set against the backdrop of iconic moments in 20th -century history this book, by Anzac Ted author Belinda Landsberry, celebrates the timeless nature of love in a changing world.

Postnatal return to running podcast with Angelina Lee

Written by: Dianne Edmonds Posted on 21 Nov 2019 0

It was great to discuss postnatal return to running and fitness with Physiotherapist Angelina Lee from PhysioForward in Penguin Tasmania. Angelina shares her insights from both her professional experience and personal experience in returning to running and fitness after pregnancy and the birth of her children.

Podcasts with Sam Kirker, PT Iron Sisters North Brisbane

Written by: Dianne Edmonds Posted on 07 Nov 2019 0

Recently Dianne talked with Sam Kirker, Personal Trainer from North Brisbane who runs her studio Iron Sisters. We did two podcasts on Postnatal Fitness, including talking about resistance training both during and after pregnancy, with Sam also telling her own story about fitness and motherhood.

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Dianne 13/01/2017 9:50:25 PM Great motto, I like that one! Taking a slow deep breath to absorb it. Hope it serves you well.

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Jennifer Blackford 13/01/2017 5:35:58 PM I love this concept. My motto for this year is, 'Stop, Slow Down and Focus on One Thing'.

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Eran Braveman 21/10/2015 9:46:32 PM Great post. A little shorter explanation but it worth reading. You have to provide a little more <a href="http://www.lightingstyle.com.au">lighting</a> on this topic.

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Dianne 3/07/2015 2:19:47 PM Thank you Wendy. That is good feedback for us. We are planning to include more on this topic, including aqua, on the pelvic floor and fitness. Appreciate your time to comment.

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Wendy Sutton 3/07/2015 10:00:47 AM I am a fitness instructor and Aqua Instructor at Todd Energy Aquatic Centre, New Plymouth, New Zealand. I am always keen to get more information on how I can help pregnant clients in and out of the water. Any new information in regards to pelvic floor exercises is always welcome.

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Marianne Ryan 12/06/2015 6:28:14 AM Thank you for such a nice write up about my book Dianne. And an even bigger thank you for all the support you gave me, especially during the "early" stages of writing it. xx

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Beth 1/12/2014 12:42:10 PM I purchased this for my daughter when I had a grandchild. My daughter found it very helpful and of course my grandson is just perfect.

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Sam 1/12/2014 8:29:15 AM I highly recommend this book. I learnt so much about better caring for my son, we are both so greatful.

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Dianne 2/08/2014 9:34:46 PM Thanks very much for your encouraging words about the site and it's valuable use. After taking the advice of Dr Sara Gottfried and "Pressing the Pause button", we will be continuing to work on the site.

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Nina Liz 2/08/2014 6:47:45 AM I find the pregnancy centre site a valuable resource. I hope that Dianne will continue to keep the site active and current. The content, layout and accessibility support site use for not only pregnant women, but women throughout the developmental spectrum.