Prenatal Fundamentals

Prenatal Fundamentals

By staring with LUNA's prenatal fundamental educational videos, you will learn the tools and techniques needed to start preparing for the demands of childbirth and learn how to move through your pregnancy with more ease and less (if any) aches and pains! You will also find tips for moving smarter during your day, anatomy & physiology of your pelvic floor and core, and so much more valuable information. To get the most out of our methodology, don't skip this step!

DISCLAIMER:
Please consult with your physician or health care provider before beginning any exercise program. The LUNA Method 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. If you have ANY concerns postpartum, please contact your health care provider right away. NEVER use information you find on this platform as a replacement for medical care. We always recommend seeing a pelvic floor physical therapist for a full assessment both during pregnancy and postpartum.

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Prenatal Fundamentals
  • Diaphragmatic Breathing

  • Core Connection Breath

  • The Pelvic Floor

    LUNA's Women's Health Physical Therapist, Alicia Willoughby teaches you all about your pelvic floor!

  • Better Movements For Motherhood

  • Positions For Labor & Pushing

    Learn some of the different positions you can use throughout your labor that can help make you more comfortable and relaxed, allow for the pelvis top open to make it easier for baby to descend, as well as different positions for the pushing stage of labor. You can also use these movements to prep...

  • How "Sucking In" & Posture Affects Core Function

    In this educational video, Sarah breaks down how "sucking in" your stomach as well as how you carry yourself can directly affect the function of your pelvic floor and core using visuals to show just how these things affect our bodies!

    DISCLAIMER:
    Please consult with your physician or health car...

  • Coughing, Sneezing, & Your Pelvic Floor

    Join Sarah for this educational video on how our core responds to daily movements such as coughing, sneezing, laughing, and so forth and how to properly manage pressure and avoid leaks!

    DISCLAIMER:
    Please consult with your physician or health care provider before beginning any exercise program. ...

  • POP and Pelvic Pain Circuit

    This circuit targets symptoms of pelvic pain as well as pelvic organ prolapse utilizing rehabilitative exercises to help you connect to your pelvic floor that take gravity out of the equation and can be helpful in lessening symptoms.

    RECOMMENDED EQUIPMENT:
    *Mat
    *Yoga block
    *Pilates ball or fi...