Start healing your Pelvic Floor & Core Today
You deserve to have a strong pelvic floor and core! Just because you are a mom doesn't mean you should have to sacrifice how you feel in your body or put up with pelvic floor symptoms.
Raise your hand if...
You are scared about your diastasis recti and what exercises are safe to do
You were told by your doctor "you're all cleared" but what does that even really mean?
Pee your pants whenever you laugh, cough, sneeze let alone run around or pick up your kids
You want to heal your body after pregnancy and delivery but you aren't sure where to even start
Mama, if you are feeling any of these things above and have thoughts that you are alone in this... let me assure you, you are not!
So many women are told that they need to start healing and "bouncing back" to pre-pregnancy bodies but let's be real here, things are different after having a baby.
And not to mention that it gets confusing trying to heal a pelvic floor and core (they don't teach you this in school)
But it doesn’t have to be this way!
Imagine if you could not think twice about peeing your pants while jumping, coughing, running, or sneezing
What if you could finally start to heal your pelvic floor and core in a matter of minutes a day
Imagine what it would feel like to feel strong in your postpartum body
Say goodbye to feeling frustrated with your body and hello to healing
In the Pelvic Floor & Core Guide you will have...
What is diastasis recti, who is at risk of it, and how to manage it.
Learn what the pelvic floor is and why you should care about it
How to start healing your pelvic floor with video demonstrations
Now, you might be thinking “How is this guide suppose to help me heal?”
Well my friend, I took the ground zero exercised backed by pelvic floor physical therapists to put in this guide
to help support you and your pelvic floor and core.
i found the areas that were neglected by most when having pelvic floor symptoms and put them in this guide.
Not only that but I have had to heal and recover my pelvic floor and core from a surgery and back to back pregnancies. Which I used these exact exercises.
So, are you ready to feel confident and strong? It’s time to build your strength from the pelvic floor and core outward!
Hi I'm Dani Jones, your Pre/Postnatal Strength Coach
I’ve always wanted to be an OBGyn but with the demanding hours and work life I knew that meant I couldn’t have the family life I’d always dreamt of. I then pursued a Bachelors and Masters degree in Exercise Physiology/Strength and Conditioning, and carried on to teach anatomy in my career. COVID hit and then I got pregnant! My first thought… what can I do when it comes to exercise while growing this babe???
So of course, down the rabbit hole I went. From research to certifications, more research and practical application I basically submerged myself in the absolute best marriage of what I wanted to be when I grew up (OBGyn) and the field I fell absolutely in love with (exercise science).
I couldn’t imagine a better job to have, I get to help pregnant and postpartum mothers feel confident in their body by getting stronger with exercises that will set them up for the greatest success.
It’s not just about throwing a bunch of random exercises together. There’s a beautiful science behind it. One that I find absolutely thrilling.
This is for you if...
By the end of this FREE guide you will:
have begun to heal your pelvic floor and core
have learned what the pelvic floor and core are, what they do for us, and why they are important
have an understanding of what Diastasis Recti is and who is at risk for it, as well as how to manage it
Start healing in a matter of minutes
What if the reason you are feeling so disconnected with your body is because you’re just writing off that this is what motherhood is “supposed” to feel like?
How much time have you spent watching your kids jumping and playing instead of being right by their side, because you were scared of leaking or your vag falling out?
The truth is, if you want to feel confident in your body, you need to heal your core and pelvic floor
It’s hard navigating the countless trainers' advice and noise out there saying what is and what isn’t safe for your body.
Take it from someone who teaches anatomy, has multiple degrees in exercise science and strength & conditioning, as well as specializing in pregnancy and postpartum populations.
There are ways to get back to feeling stronger and more confident in what your body can do.
And if you need a helping hand to get strong again, then this Pelvic Floor and Core Guide is for you