The Postpartum Runner

Posted as: Blog | Friday, 15 June 2018

The Postpartum Runner

Upon returning to running postpartum, many women struggle adjusting to their new bodies. There may be system imbalances, changes in running style, and even incontinence (“leaks”) to deal with. These setbacks, however, are not reason to give up sport. Often, retraining pelvic floor muscles is part of the solution. The pelvic floor muscles work together… Continue reading
Summer Kayaking in NL

Posted as: News | Friday, 8 June 2018

Summer Kayaking in NL

Interested in going kayaking or canoeing this summer? There’s lots of great spots around NL! The Newfoundland Kayak Company does weekend courses on kayaking and canoeing! The first Level 1 course in St. John’s and Corner Brook starts on June 15 and they run throughout the summer. Be sure to check them out! www.nfkayak.com/ The… Continue reading
NL Hockey Players Win Memorial Cup

Posted as: News | Friday, 1 June 2018

NL Hockey Players Win Memorial Cup

A very big congratulations to Newfoundland and Labrador natives Adam Holwell, Evan Fitzpatrick, Jordan Maher, and Zach Bennett on winning the CHL Memorial Cup!   The local boys are on the Acadie-Bathurst Titan hockey team in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. They won their league, then fought against all odds in the Memorial Cup… Continue reading
Professional vs. Non-Professional Athletes: Where to Turn?

Posted as: Blog | Thursday, 24 May 2018

Professional vs. Non-Professional Athletes: Where to Turn?

Sport related injuries can occur in any sport and at any age, but with thorough rehabilitation and preventative measures, athletes can quickly get back in the game. Without proper education and treatment, even the slightest injury can cause a significant amount of time away from the sport or further develop into a chronic injury which… Continue reading