This 6 week series focuses on helping you rediscover, re-connect to, and re-strengthen your core and pelvic floor like never before after having children. You will gain the knowledge and tools you need to help you build a stronger and more functional core than ever before, and will help you build a stronger foundation for a safer return to exercise post-birth. Start to heal from Diastasis Recti & pelvic floor considerations, learn to better manage symptoms of pelvic organ prolapse and move in a safer and more supportive way, and restore overall core strength and function. Our Core Restore program is beneficial for mamas with children of ANY age! It is never too late to heal and strengthen your core and pelvic floor post-birth! With that said, we recommend that you are at least 6+ weeks postpartum and have gained clearance from your healthcare provider to resume exercise before starting Core Restore. If you are earlier than 6 weeks postpartum or are healing from birth injuries, we recommend starting with our Early Weeks Postpartum Rehab program first.
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! Remember that the healing journey is not linear, and looks different for everyone. While our core programs are set up as a weekly series, we encourage you to move at your own pace. If you finish a week and the next week's exercises feel too difficult or you notice any of the exercises are harder for you to maintain proper core engagement, you can always stay on one of the weeks for longer, until YOU feel ready to move on!
*Recommended Prerequisite - Early Weeks Postnatal Rehab 6 Week Program
*Mini resistance band loop
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. We highly recommend seeing a pelvic floor physical therapist whenever possible and getting a thorough in-person assessment if you think you may have diastasis recti or pelvic floor dysfunction.