In a world where women’s health and wellness are often overlooked, it’s time to shed light on the importance of prioritizing our well-being. Too often, we accept the status quo and believe that our health is a fate we must accept. But guess what? It’s time to rewrite the narrative, ladies! You are not alone on this journey, and there are numerous resources available to help you take control of your health and change the dialogue surrounding it.

First and foremost, let’s acknowledge that you are not alone in your struggles and concerns about women’s health. The challenges we face as women are real, whether it’s dealing with hormonal imbalances, reproductive health issues, the pressures of societal beauty standards, or the high expectations of a working mom. The good news is that there is a vast community of women just like you who have faced these challenges and overcome them. Their stories, experiences, and support are invaluable resources waiting to be tapped into.

Our Kinesiologist Mel Williams participating in the Business & Professional Women (BPW) – Women’s Health Panel

Barrie Ontario, including Longevity Nexum, is a treasure trove of resources specifically designed to cater to women’s health needs. From informative blogs and support by our team, workshops, other likeminded allied health leaders, the Barrie Ontario area offers a wealth of information and support at your fingertips. Whether you’re seeking advice on your health and exercise, understanding changes within your body, or simply looking for support and guidance toward better health, there’s a resource out there for you.

It’s time to challenge the status quo and change the dialogue around women’s health. Many aspects of women’s health have been normalized for far too long, and it’s time we recognize that what has been normalized is not normal. You do not have to live with incontinence for the rest of your life, pelvic pain can be resolved for longterm and you do can achieve the fitness results you desire with proper direction, education and coaching. We need to get comfortable with being uncomfortable and start talking openly about our health concerns, no matter how “taboo” they may seem.

Let’s start the conversation about women’s health, unapologetically and fearlessly. This conversation should encompass all aspects of our well-being, from physical health to mental and emotional wellness. By sharing our stories, struggles, and successes, we not only empower ourselves but also inspire others to take charge of their health. Last week, our Kinesiologist Mel had the privilege to be a part of a panel of similar like minded women who came together to discuss all things women’s health. Due to Mel’s background in pre and post natal coaching , she discussed the common issues most women face at some point in their life. Issues relating to incontinence, pain with sex, back pain, weak core, prolapses, uncertainty with exercise, self esteem and so much more. The premise was to imitate a conversations about topics we tend to avoid.

Mel discussing the resources that are now more accessible to women, specifically pre- and postnatal women, to safely and confidently return to exercise

Exercise is a powerful tool that can transform your physical and mental health. Regular physical activity can help manage stress, improve mood, boost self-confidence, and, of course, enhance physical fitness. Whether it’s cardio, strength training, mobility/flexibility, or simply going for a walk, finding an exercise routine with our Kinesiologists that works for you can be life changing.


Ladies, you don’t have to accept your fate when it comes to women’s health. There are resources, communities, and support systems out there waiting to help you on your journey. It’s time to change the dialogue, start the conversation, and break free from the norms that have held us back for far too long. Remember, you are not alone, and working with Longevity Nexum,  we can empower you to prioritize our health and well-being. So, let’s get comfortable with being uncomfortable and pave the way for a healthier, happier future for women everywhere. It all starts with one simple phone call.