Core Before 4 Week Program
This 4 week series focuses solely on helping you to create a true connection to your pelvic floor and inner core during your pregnancy, giving you the tools needed to build and maintain a strong, functional inner core unit through your entire pregnancy, heal faster post birth, and help to prevent Diastasis Recti & pelvic floor injury after pregnancy. Begin by mastering our diaphragmatic breathing and our core connection foundations. From there, start with week one's video. You will do this video each day (with 1-2 days of rest) for the entire week, and then move on to the next week. Every video builds off of the strength and connection you built the week prior, so it important not to skip!
*You can do this program at any point in your pregnancy (and if you do it early on in your pregnancy, you can revisit it any time) however if you are 36 weeks and above, we recommend focusing on regular practice of diaphragmatic breathing and our core connection breath technique, as well as beginning to incorporate pelvic floor lengthening exercises into your weekly routine. Visit our "Birth Prep" section for more.
Please consult with your physician or health care provider before beginning any exercise program. LUNA Mother Co is not a licensed medical care provider and therefor the information provided is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.
Core Before Weekly Calendar
Print this calendar for day to day guidance on incorporating workouts, mobility & stretching, and rest days.
Hospital Bag Checklist
Not sure what to pack in your hospital or birthing center bag? Download and print out our checklist to help ensure you have everything you need when the day comes!
Better Movements For Motherhood
Exercises For Pre & Postnatal Pelvic Pain
These exercises and stretches can help to rebalance the pelvis, build stability, and relieve symptoms of symphysis pubis dysfunction, SI joint pain, sciatica, and pelvic instability.
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Exercise Modifications For Pelvic Pain / Prolapse / Pelvic Floor Injury