This is for you if...
You're tired of using your pregnancy (or kids!) as an excuse to not pay attention to your own health.
Your doctor gave you exercise clearance at 6 weeks but you wish you had more detailed information about what to do (and not to do).
- You are afraid to exercise because you don't want to get hurt or make your ab separation & pelvic floor weakness worse.
You are ready to establish a solid foundation of strength to do what you love.
WHAT OUR STUDENTS SAY:
Postpartum Repair gave Amanda the tools to feel like herself again...
You knew exactly how to retrain your core and pelvic floor muscles so that you start improving your diastasis recti and feel your body getting stronger every single week.
You could feel the new-mama aches and pains melting away in your workouts instead of feeling worried that you are doing the wrong exercises or doing more than your body can handle.
You knew for sure that the few minutes you’re giving yourself every day for repairing your body is time well spent.
- You started saying ‘yes’ to more challenging exercises because you feel the truly solid in your strength and confident in your body's ability.
- You moved from surviving day-to-day to thriving despite the crazy world we live in right now.
This mom of 2 started to close her diastasis within 6 weeks...
“With each week, this experience helped me explore a new muscle group that I either didn’t know I had or didn’t realize was so tight and in need of stretching. I’m SO excited to finally feel my core and to understand the muscles that define it through breath.
My diastasis recti was soft and deep, nearly 3 fingers wide upon starting and after trying to get back to the gym. After 6 weeks, I could tell it was closing and the sides well-defined. Now after two times through the course, it’s barely a finger width and solid. My breath is deeper and my frozen back muscles have relaxed!”
- C. Rule, RN
Kendra Fitzgerald, PCES, TBMM-CES, CYT, CPT
Prenatal & Postpartum Corrective Exercise Specialist + Personal Trainer + Yoga Teacher + Anatomy Geek
Kendra Fitzgerald is a Prenatal & Postpartum Corrective Exercise Specialist, Personal Trainer, and Yoga Teacher, and a mother of 2 boys. Her years of experience with and curiosity about the human body have informed Kendra's method of training, which focuses on alignment, proper form and corrective exercise to help her clients live pain free. Kendra is most well known for melding her clinical expertise with creativity and a lighthearted perspective. At the end of the day, she understands that her clients are real people with real lives, it is her job to help them tune into the power of their own bodies.
Nicole Coons, CPYT/CYT, PCES
Prenatal and Postnatal Yoga Instructor + Trauma-informed Teacher + Postpartum Corrective Exercise Specialist
Nicole is a mom of two and an experienced yoga teacher and coach to women who want to feel vibrant and strong through pregnancy, postpartum and beyond. Guided by her lifelong passions for movement, mindfulness and personal growth, Nicole delivers transformative programs that address the whole woman—mental, physical, emotional and spiritual—to help release stress and anxiety, ease the aches and pains of pregnancy and postpartum, and cultivate strength and confidence for birth and motherhood. Presenting the teachings of Yoga, Meditation, Nutrition, and Ayurvedic Self-care through her creative lens, she guides her students to deeper levels of awareness, appreciation, ease and love so they can restore their energy and strength sustainably.
Becky learned how tweaks to her nursing posture could reduce pain...
“I found "permission" to start using my abs again, slowly. And this experience gave me useful tools to build the trans-ab muscles so I can get back to my pre-pregnancy workouts. You also gave me tips on how to reduce hurting myself or overusing my back while carrying baby and nursing that I use daily."
- Becky C, NJ
We truly believe ANY mother, in ANY situation, can have a strong core and pelvic floor. Pair your commitment with a proven method + passionate experts and you've got a recipe for success.
What our students say:
“I started the course today and man I have to tell you...I wish I had gone through this prior to or right after my first or even second child. Your explanations are so eloquent in high-level terms but attainable. What you explain in the introduction is knowledge that was hard fought for me to attain in the year it took for me to go to three different doctors. My physical therapist has been piecemeal educating me on the concepts you review, but this is so comprehensive. Amazing course!”Natalie
“"I wanted to thank you for putting your course out into the universe! It is so well done and incredibly results driven. I'm not even through all the exercises and I'm already feeling my core again. There's all these subtle adjustments and engagement with my core throughout my day that I have not experienced in many years.”Cheryl
“Before this course, I felt my body didn't go back the same after my last baby. I really liked understanding the muscles and how they are connected. I can’t say enough good things about this [course]. If you want to really understand your postpartum recovery and your body, this course is for you. I had a few ah-ha moments during the session. I feel like I understand my core muscles better.”Lisa
“This course gave me the physical tools to strengthen my core and insight into the emotional / spiritual work I need to do…and why. Don’t put off this essential work one more moment. You need and deserve this to be the best woman and therefore Mom you can be!”Valerie
“I learned some practical and useful exercises, like learning to use the breath to activate my core. This course is useful, practical, energizing and healing. I would encourage new moms to invest the time in themselves.”Amy
“This course gave me easy to understand practices that immediately made me feel a difference. I was able to find my pelvic floor and understand how to engage it. The course gave me peace of mind that I can be repaired!”Jennifer