Upcoming Workshops

 
 
photo:  Allie Mullin

Core, Floor, and More…in about an hour

This workshop is an introduction to the Restore Your Core method. Restore Your Core is a proven & comprehensive core and pelvic floor strengthening method that targets your whole body in order to regain function. Thousands of people worldwide do RYC® because it is so effective and unique. In this 1-hour class (plus 30 minutes for questions!) you will learn introductory concepts and begin to train your core and pelvic floor muscles to be reflexive and responsive to your body. If you struggle with diastasis recti, a weak core, back pain, pelvic organ prolapse or are curious about RYC® - this workshop is for you.

Price: $25
Saturday, September 28, 1pm-2:30pm Santosha Space, Hillsborough, NC


Core and Floor Connect: A Restore Your Core Workshop

Sneeze Pee? Weak Core? Diastasis Recti? Restore Your Core is a comprehensive core and pelvic floor strengthening method that targets your whole body in order to regain function. In this workshop you will learn:

  • How to train your core and pelvic floor muscles to be reflexive and responsive to your body

  • How to eliminate and prevent common core dysfunction triggers

  • Common core blind spots that might be preventing you from gaining strength and seeing results

  • How to exercise with confidence that you are not causing more damage to your core + pelvic floor

This workshop is a combination of both movement and education and will give you many take-home tools to help you shift your approach to developing a stronger, more functional core. If you struggle with diastasis recti, a weak core, back pain, pelvic organ prolapse or are just looking to build a sustainable movement practice with an integrated core—this workshop is for you.

Price: $115 Includes lunch! Bring your own snacks and beverages.

Sunday, September 29, 10am-5pm at Yoga Mindset, Thomasville, NC

photo:  Allie Mullin
photo:  Maria Brubeck

Pelvic Floor Parties

A workshop just for you & your friends!

Sneeze pee? Need to wear a pantyliner while running or on the trampoline? You hear it's normal, but while it's extremely common, it is not normal. Kick back with tea or wine and a few of your friends to learn what to do about it. Come ready to move too—we'll practice a few moves that will help you begin to restore your core & pelvic floor, no kegels required.