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Do you have back pain, Diastasis Recti, hernia or prolapse❓This video is an example of what we do in our Healthy Spine & Core Class. We monitor posture, breathing and workoutwednesday spinehealth poppilates #pilatesforrehab
Posted on 2019-05-17
This video was taken from our last Core & Pelvic Floor ReBoot Camp a few weeks ago. This lovely lady is about 2 months postpartum and recently had her 3rd baby. This is the 3rd time she’s taken Victoria Liu’s workshop and she’s happy to report that this pregnancy recovery has been the easiest because “THIS time I knew what to do and what to watch out for”. Check out how nicely she’s able to control her core, equalize abdominal pressure and maintain her &ld...
Posted on 2019-04-29
Our Core & Pelvic Floor ReBoot Camp on March 23 has SOLD OUT! So we’ve added a New Date: April 13, 12noon-2pm. This Workshop is appropriate for physicaltherapists and BOTH Men & Women who want to improve 1)Their Core & Pelvic Floor Health and/or 2) Wanna look better on the beach this summer and/or 3) Have a diastasis (ab separation) and want professional assessment + exercises you can do immediately to help. New: We’ve teamed up with triathlete and nutrition exp...
Posted on 2019-03-11
Guideline #5 for Return to Fitness & Running Postpartum ‍Part 2: Hip Adductors/Groin/Inner Thighs: Hip function is super important for core and pelvic floor function. We talked about the 6 hip rotators in Part 1 and today we address the Adductors (your inner thigh muscles) in Part 2. Did you know that the Adductors attach to the 2nd layer of your pelvic floor⁉️That means your inner thigh muscles are part of your Core! ️So check them out- Here’s a test for you: ...
Posted on 2018-12-03
Our certified ART therapist Gigi is performing this Active Release Technique on a patient with pelvic organ prolapse, hip and low back pain. She’s helping to release her hip rotators (see our previous posts on why this is important in the management of hip and back pain as well as pelvic floor issues such as peeing in your pants when you run/jump/cough/sneeze). She had immediate relief and reported that she “didn’t feel crooked anymore”. Then we followed up our treatmen...
Posted on 2018-11-29
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