Your Core Matters is an online programme focusing on pelvic floor health. We’ll teach you about pelvic floor function and empower you to look after your core so it serves you well for the rest of your life!
“It has been incredibly helpful and made me focus on my physical health and well-being that doing generic classes at my gym never has. Being able to watch the exercise videos is so helpful – I really cannot thank you enough. You have given me the kick-start I needed.” Laryssa
This is about more than “just” an online Pilates programme. It’s a holistic approach to pelvic floor health that we really believe can make a difference to you both right now and in the future.
Anyone who has worries about their pelvic floor function or wants to better understand how to harness better pelvic floor health. We have had people doing the course during pregnancy, with a 2 week old baby and with children in their 30’s. It really is for anyone who has a pelvic floor and wants to understand it.
The course programme includes:
Your investment for all of this postnatal support plus lifetime access to the videos is just £149.
You don’t need any special equipment, but to get the most from the exercises we’d recommend that you purchase an overball, spiky massage ball, theraband and fascial release ball. You can source these yourselves or purchase as an add-on when you make your booking.
We plan to open the doors for online bookings towards the end of 2020.BE FIRST TO HEAR ABOUT NEW COURSE DATES In the meantime, you may also be interested in our Postnatal Plus classes
“The course is really helping me, it seems crazy now, that I was hacking away at exercises (when I managed to do them) without releasing my pelvic floor at all really & without understanding it.”
“I’ve really enjoyed the course. The videos are so useful for keeping up practice and ideas. I have really enjoyed your expertise at constructing tailored pilates exercises for individual postnatal recovery, especially recovering from a C-section.”
“I’ve also really valued the holistic approach to wellbeing which the course has provided. Basically, I’ve loved it. I reckon the NHS should fund your course for all women postnatally, but especially those who’ve had a C-section.”