• Fitness,  Inspiration,  Nutrition

    No ‘New Year, New Me’ bullshit

    Happy 2020! Finally a new year, and finally a new decade. Every new year I have this feeling of freshness. I’m not a big new year’s fan but I like the idea of a new year. Anything is possible (though, it always is)! And this feeling of freshness is often disturbed by all the things I read online, things I hear on the radio or from clients. We all believe anything is possible, but it often has to do with our looks, or how we have to change ourselves to fit in to this little box that we call society. Going to a fitness class this time of year and…

  • Inspiration,  Pelvic pain

    Pelvic pain & lower back pain

    I’m a happy person. I like being happy. I thrive when my happiness takes over my cells and gives me goose bumps allover. When the pain really affects me it’s like I become a completely different person. Everyone who knows me knows the energy that surrounds me when I am in pain, when I am not thriving. I have had really bad lower back pain for 13 years now, and my pelvic pain has been around for 11 years. I don’t know if I should really call it “my” pelvic pain, because I kind of take ownership of it in a way. I have a body, but I am a…

  • Inspiration

    Walk like you love your body

    I often hear people say ”I’m wearing this tracking device, fancy thing, to get to 10 000 steps a day”, which I think is great – then they continue their thought with ”Because I need to lose weight” or ”Because I eat too much of this or that.” If you just stop for a second and pretend like your weight isn’t defying you (because it’s not) and that you are as much worthy as any other woman or man that you are comparing your body to (because you are) – Do you know how much you benefit from walking and physical activity? Your bones will benefit from it (less physical…