How will the program be delivered to me?
Heal My Core & Pelvic Floor is a digital product that will be sent to you in PDF form. When you purchase the program, you will be able to access the program from the Order Confirmation page. You'll also be sent an email with an access link to our members area where you can also download the program, worksheets and access our video series of the workouts.
I’m pregnant can I do this program?
No this is a postpartum program designed for after having your baby. We recommend waiting till your 6 weeks post-delivery.
If for any reason I don't like the program, how do I get a refund?
Simply send an email to [email protected] and we will arrange that for you.
My baby is older, can I still do this program? Will this still help if my baby is older?
Yes! It is never to late to begin and this program is appropriate for any stage post pregnancy.
I haven’t had children but I do have incontinence issues, can this program help me?
Absolutely, incontinence doesn’t just effect women who have ad babies. Our program is designed to work the muscle groups regardless of age or having had children. We would also recommend seeing a womens health provider.
I am an “older” women can this program still help me?
Absolutely yes! It is never to late to start. If you are over 55yrs you want to give yourself extra time, with age the repair of our cellular turnover take more time, so stick with it and you will see results
I constantly have to go to the bathroom, will this help?
We would recommend having a conversation with your health care provider first. This is a common symptom of pelvic organ prolapse and overactive bladder (IC).
Is running ok?
Running isn’t great if you have Diastasis Recti and/or Pelvic Floor Weakness due to the intra abdominal pressure that can cause delay/or prevent healing. Ideally you want to keep the pressure low giving the body the ability to strengthen and repair without being pulled back a part or pressure on the pelvic floor.
How do I know my pelvic floor has healed enough for higher intensity workouts?
Assessing your pelvic floor healing can be done be seeing a women’s health professional or you can use your symptoms as a guide to know if you can increase intensity. If you are leaking, feeling pain, or having persistent heaviness or bulging, keep the intensity lighter until you are further into your recovery.