After giving birth to your baby, nothing is like it was before and your body needs more than just kegels to get back on track. Your daily routine will change, along with your body, as a result of pregnancy and childbirth. Your pelvic floor muscles, abdominal muscles and ligaments are stretched, therefore, it takes time until your pelvic muscles and organs will reach their former position.
Whether you have had a vaginal delivery or c-section, your body needs rest and the right support to heal.
In this workshop you will learn relaxation through breathing exercises, along with cognitive exercises for your pelvic floor muscles. Starting as early as a few days after childbirth, engaging in these exercises twice a day for only a few minutes will help significantly to heal your body. You will also learn when you can start these exercises to support the reforming process of your pelvic floor muscles.
Already beyond the early postpartum period? This class provides tools to help with diastasis recti and regaining pelvic floor strength.
The duration of this workshop is 90 minutes – 45 minutes for education and 45 minutes of hands on exercises. Please wear comfortable clothes.
This workshop is taught by Zarah Roubian. Zarah is a mother of two with a bachelor of science degree in biology from the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth. She is a certified personal trainer from the International Sports Science Association, and specializes in both pre-natal and post partum exercise with rehabilitation of diathasis recti, (abdominal separation).
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