Preconception Core Connect Series
This 4 part series focuses solely on helping you to create a true connection to your pelvic floor and inner core to help prep and prime your body for pregnancy while giving you the tools needed to build and maintain a strong, functional inner core unit before and throughout your pregnancy, heal faster post birth, and help to prevent Diastasis Recti & pelvic floor injury. Begin by mastering our diaphragmatic breathing and our core connection foundations. From there, start with the first video in the series. You will do this video each day (with 1-2 days of rest) for at least 1 week before moving onto the next in the series. You can stay on any given part for as long as you need to. Each video builds off of the strength and connection you built the week prior, so it important not to skip!
*Once you do become pregnant, we recommend moving on to our Prenatal Core Before 4 Week Program in addition to prenatal workouts.
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.
Diaphragmatic Breathing & Core Connection Fundamentals
Learning to breathe diaphragmatically as well as how to correctly and effectively connect to and activate your pelvic floor and core are what set the stage for a strong, well functioning inner core unit. These fundamental techniques will be used throughout each of our core and pelvic floor series...
Core Connect Series Part 1
This 4 part pelvic floor and core CONNECT series is designed to do at your own pace. Each part builds off of the last, so we recommend going in order. You can spend as long as you need on any given part in the series, and can go back at any time.
Please consult with your physician o...
Pelvic Floor Lengthening Sequence 1
The pelvic floor needs to be able to lengthen and contract to function optimally, and a weak pelvic floor is not always the cause of pelvic floor dysfunction. Having a too-tight pelvic floor can also often be the cause and kegels can make it worse! This lengthening circuit can help release overac...