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  • Did you know that 50% of ALL women are affected by pelvic floor disorders?   
  • Did you know that pelvic floor problems can develop immediately after birth or years down the road?   Most of this damage is avoidable.
  • Do you know how to protect your pelvic floor?  Most women have no idea that they could be having problems with urinary or fecal incontinence, persistent pelvic pain or sexual dysfunction following childbirth.
  • Our bodies are not designed to give birth flat on our backs with our feet in stirrups!

Enrollment opens –  Summer 2020. Don’t miss it!

Over the course of this program conducted in the privacy of your own home, you will learn all about the mechanics of birthing a child and all the potential issues that can develop from childbirth.

Learn how to prepare your body step-by-step during pregnancy so that you will be ready when the big day comes!

I will teach you exactly what to do after you’ve had your baby to help you recover more quickly and we’ll explore when it’s appropriate for YOU to start having sex again.

Here’s what we will cover in the program

Understanding How Your Pelvis and Baby Interact
  • Understanding the Pelvic Floor
  • Ligaments and Fascia During Birth
  • How to Help Your Organs During Birth
  • Comfort with the Birthing Process
Understanding the Potential Issues from Vaginal Birth
  • Subluxation
  • Organ Prolapse
  • Incontinence
  • Sexual Dysfunction
  • Pelvic and Vaginal Pain
Understanding the Process of Postpartum Recovery
  • Step by Step Postpartum Recovery Process
Prepare the Body for Birth – Step by Step
  • Prepare the Spine and Pelvis
  • Prepare the Pelvic Floor
  • Prepare the Vagina, Vulva, and Perineum
  • Incidental Exercise that Works!
Sex During and After Pregnancy
  • Understanding Sex During Pregnancy and Postpartum
  • Is sex safe during pregnancy?
  • Best positions when your baby-belly get big
  • When is it OK to start having sex after delivery?
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