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March 2016: Postpartum Programming Day 1

Welcome to our postpartum online programming! We like to call this phase the QUEEN IN TRAINING. For a lot of you this is the immediate fourth trimester and you just had a baby. (P.S. Congratulations!) For a few of you, this is your first step towards intentional movement and exercise …

Is Your Junk in the Trunk Optimally Functioning?

Let’s talk about the pelvis; specifically the sacrum. This bone plays a huge role in biomechanics throughout lifebut especially during pregnancy, labor and delivery, and the postpartum period. Did you know there are 35 muscles that attach to the sacrum?  So, if one muscle on the left is tight or …

Meet Katy Bowman

[vc_video link=”http://youtu.be/IOoTC9DpB3k”]   Katy Bowman is one of the greatest resources out there when it comes to biomechanics. I first read her work last year when she was interviewed on a blog about the importance of squatting vs. Kegels in pelvic floor function. She is a WEALTH of knowledge in …