Core Rehab Programme
The core rehab programme was born during lockdown when access to information for women to rehab their bodies was limited. However I can see just how much easier this could make it for some women to access information if they are remote or find it challenging to make a class in person for whatever reason.
The difference between a pre-recorded class and a in-person class is that at home there is no instructor to offer an alternative or guide you through technique. I have taken the time to explain on a deep level the technique so you are comfortable that you are doing the right thing and both of the core rehab programmes start with an overview of how the core works so you can really understand your journey.
To bridge the gap of not having an alternative exercise, there are options to choose throughout and as an extra to these classes you are always welcome to send videos for feedback on technique.
All the workouts are between 15-40 minutes in length s you can fit them into your day. If you have more time simply add on another workout. They get progressively more challenging within the 6 week time period and you will have a suggested workout to do 4-5 days a week for those 6 weeks. The more you do the stronger you will become
How to check if you have Diastasis Recti
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Ideal for early postpartum, prolapse, diastasis recti, pelvic floor dysfunction, beginning to connect back with your core
Diastasis Recti or commonly known as abdominal separation is a unique to the individual occurrence. 100% of mothers at 35 weeks have abdominal separation but 44% carry this post the 8 week period. This can lead to poor posture, back pain, a lack of core functionality and what's commonly referred to as a mummy tummy. No one woman has the exact same scenario, symptoms nor are there a one-sized approach which would solve this. These will however be able to start laying the foundations for strengthening the core
Sneezing/coughing and impact giving you adverse effects down below? Are you having hip/back pain? Pain during intercourse or struggling with continence? Do you feel pressure or heaviness in the pelvic region? Perhaps you've been diagnosed with a hypertonic pelvic floor?
For some women we need to look deeper at areas of the body that are stopping progress naturally - perhaps in tightness or weakness and for some women it's a matter of strengthening areas that have become over-stretched and weak. For some it's a big mixture of the two.
Ideal for extending the work done in the early programme, if you have worked with me before in classes or 1:1s, if you feel your body is ready
If you feel that the earlier option is too easy for you upon sign up you can switch across to the harder option, equally you can switch lower if this option is too high. The overview of the core workshop is included in both options
The Motherhood Movement programmes all require you to have completed your GP sign off appointment prior to beginning. You should always consult your medical professional before embarking on any new exercise regime
By embarking on the programmes you agree that you are;
Over 18 years of age
Responsible for ensuring that you are capable of joining and continuing with a programme from a health and fitness perspective. If you unsure or suffer from any medical condition please seek advice from a health professional prior to beginning a programme.
Responsible for informing us of any medical conditions or injuries (no matter how small they may seem) that may require modifications to your programme
Responsible for contacting your health professional should you become unwell or injured
Understand that The Motherhood Movement does not qualify as medical advice and we always recommend a post birth check up from a women's health physio - such practitioners can be found locally here -