There is no getting around it. Pregnancy changes your body.
You have done miraculous things. Growing and delivering a tiny human, no matter the method of delivery, is no joke. Our society has an unfortunate opinion that postpartum women have to “get their body back.” This creates a host of challenges for the new (or not so new) mom wanting to just feel good. Forget the weight on the scale or the little bit of pooch around your mid-section, don’t you just want to feel healthy and strong?
Have you experienced any of the following?
- Back Pain
- Diastasis Recti
- Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
- Minor Pelvic Floor Prolapse
- Pain during intercourse
- Nagging shoulder, neck, or hip pain
- Minor urinary and bowel leakages
- A stomach that “still looks pregnant”
Most of the time, these problems are neurological in nature and simply require re-educating you on how you can move better.
A Strategy That Works
I’m not here to fix you. You’re not broken! My postpartum work focuses on neuromuscular re-education and core coordination. In either my Private Training or Strong Moms class, you will increase your self-awareness by learning a little basic anatomy and changing your movement patterns. It’s simple, but it’s not easy. It requires showing up and putting in the work.