Newborn

So you've had a C-Section. You have a wonderful new baby and now have to heal your body. You need to keep moving, but you're sore. You can't imagine that in 6-8 weeks you can actually resume a "normal" exercise routine, That's why you need a mediator (bridge program) program - our C- section 'non-exercise' functional movement program!!

Functional movements are movements that are based on real-world situational biomechanics. They usually innvolve (involve) multi-planar, multi joint movements that place demand on the body's core musculature and innervation. These movements support the skeleton and organs of the body through the balance, strength, symmetry, and easy movement of the soft tissues that support the skeletal and organ positions. Functional exercise can follow the 'non-exercise' format or be a more intense experience. For the purpose of postpartum, especially after C-Section, functional movement 'non-exercise' is essential along with pelvic floor exercise.

C - Section
Incontinence

Designed to support and improve incontinence through balancing and strengthening the muscle systems of the pelvis, hips, and lower back.

(approximately 20 minutes)

Athletes

Designed specifically for athletes to enhance training, support recovery, and prevent injury.(approximately 40 minutes)

Motherhood

Safe and effective for all phases of motherhood (pre-pregnancy, pregnancy, post-pregnancy).  Prepares the body for birth, supports the birthing process, aides in recovery from delivery and the demands of motherhood.

(approximately 40 minutes)

Prolapse

Safe and effective for “lifting” the organs through balancing and strengthening the muscle systems of the pelvis, hips, and lower back.

(approximately 20 minutes)

Designed specifically to train the muscles that support “closing the gap”.  This is a stronger workout.

(approximately 20 minutes)

Constipation

Designed to ease and improve constipation through balancing and strengthening the muscle systems of the pelvis, hips, and lower back.

(approximately 20 minutes)