Attention New Moms!

 

Are you getting asked “When are you due?” and you’ve already had your baby?

Tired of how your belly looks and feels?

Want to get back into your pre-pregnancy clothes faster?

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Does your belly dome in the middle

like this with activities?

 

 

Does your belly look like this AFTER birth?

1 month after birthing twins Diastasis 6/8/4

1 month after birthing twins
Diastasis 6/8/4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If so, then this video can help!

How to Lose the Pooch For Good

and Heal Diastisis Recti

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During pregnancy your abdominal muscles may separate. This is called Diastasis Recti.

For some women, this separation remains well after baby is born.   But the body wants to heal. When you know what to do, it can!  Your movements and actions can either support or hinder your body’s natural healing process.

In the last 5 years I”ve helped hundreds of women lose inches in their belly, heal their separations, restore strength in their core and learn how to better take care of their post partum bodies.

How do you know if you have a separation?

If you are wondering if you have separated abdominal muscles you can watch How to Measure for Diastasis Recti video here.

EVEN if you don’t have a separation, this video is great for helping you to lose your post birth “Pooch!” and lose inches around your belly!

Crunches are not the answer!

They can actually make things worse!

I had one frustrated gal come to my class proclaiming she had been doing 200 sit ups everyday and she still had her pooch. When I explained why, she quickly started doing the exercises I teach, and much to her dismay, got great results with a flatter belly and healed separation within a matter of weeks.

These exercises are unlike any other post partum exercise routine that you do!  Pilates, Yoga, neither address the issue that is causing your “Pooch.”  Learning why you have this pooch and how to get rid of it will make so much more sense to you when you watch this video.

I have developed a system that has helps hundreds of women learn how to heal their diastasis recti by learning one exercise they do anytime and anyplace! But it’s not just about an exercise, you need to understand how to heal the tissues and how to use your body so your abdominal muscles can heal. In fact, there is one motion, you do several times a day, when done wrong, will keep the separation from healing.

By watching this video you will be able to:

  • Lose inches in your belly in as little as one week by doing one exercise that can be done anytime and anyplace.

  • Stop the doming and heal any separation of your abdominal muscles.  Umbilical hernias, from pregnancy, most of the time can be healed too – give it a try.  It’s safer than surgery!

  • Get back into your pre-pregnancy clothes faster!

YOUR DOCTOR MAY NOT KNOW, YOU CAN HEAL DIASTASIS!

The lack of information out there about YOUR BODY after having a baby is pretty frustrating!  Especially from your doctor.  Most doctors don’t even realize that you CAN heal a diastasis recti.  They usually tell you, you have to have surgery!  But you don’t need to have surgery to heal this, no matter how separated your muscles are or how long it’s been since birth.  YOU CAN HEAL any separation at anytime!  (As long as the recti muscles are not avulsed, which means they have torn away from the connective tissue, which most of the time it is not) It’s just more helpful and easier to start this program right away after birth because your body wants to heal.   It can do so more quickly, when this program is started immediately after birth.   The longer it’s been from birth the more time it takes for the tissues to heal, but they can!  I helped a 72 y/o women close her 8 inch gap! in her belly, it just took a lot longer to do so, but it did!

This information is so important because your body and abdominal muscles want to heal and come back together after childbirth so you can better take care of your newborn, if you only knew what to do!  You may not be allowing it to heal by the  motions you are doing everyday.  And the types of exercises you choose are one of the biggest things that keep your abs from healing.  Learn how to close up your gap the fastest and easiest way possible by watching this video now.

If you want to know everything there is to know about taking care of your body after birth then this Taking Care of Your Body after Baby video series is just what you need. I wish I could have combined them into one video but the file would have been too big. So, it is my hope and wish for you to learn all that is in both this video and the Taking Care of your Body After Baby video so you can better care for your body.

Here’s what past clients have to say:

I’ve been reasonably good with the exercises, and have noticed a major difference (as advertised!). I’m back to pre-pregnancy weight and clothing, and most people don’t believe I had a baby less than 4 months ago. -DW

The exercises worked so fast and helped me feel confident. Thank you for your support at the perfect time when I needed help and inspiration to work with my body. The class was supportive, non-judgmental and inviting and I took a lot of tools with me that I can use for a long time to come -AD

I just tried buttoning a coat that even a couple weeks ago I hadn’t been able to button, and it closed! I wanted to let you know and thank you so much for the information from the class last weekend. It’s hard to believe a few simple exerises can make such a big difference, especially since I’m not doing them as often as I should. But my pants and shirts are already fitting a little looser, and it’s not because I’m losing weight. I can’t imagine what will happen in a few more weeks, especially if I start doing the exercises as frequently as I should. Thank you for passing on such valuable information! Having results in a matter of days is truly incredible, especially for women like me who tend to not lose weight while nursing. -N

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