Hope After Harm: Healing Your Core the Right Way After Damage

If there’s one thing the world of fitness has taught us, it’s that not all exercises are created equal. Especially when it comes to core health, an area many women feel is both vital and vulnerable. Regrettably, even seemingly beneficial activities like Pilates and weightlifting can exacerbate or cause issues when executed with improper form or technique.

The Hidden Dangers in Our Favourite Exercises

One of the misconceptions surrounding core exercises is the blind faith we place in popular regimes. Pilates, for instance, is widely heralded for its core-strengthening abilities. But like any exercise, when approached without the necessary foundational knowledge or oversight, it has the potential to harm rather than heal.

The same goes for weightlifting. Those dumbbells and kettlebells might promise a toned physique, but without the right technique, they can just as easily compromise your core health.

And then there’s the dreaded squat. For many women, especially those already experiencing core health issues, the mere thought of squatting can instil fear. It’s not just the potential strain on the lower back; it’s the fear of doing further damage to already weakened areas.

Redirecting Your Core Health Journey

All hope is not lost. There’s a way to reclaim and rejuvenate your core strength, and it doesn’t involve risking further harm. Instead of navigating this journey alone, why not lean on experts who’ve dedicated their careers to understanding and teaching the nuances of core health?

Our Pilates for Prolapse course is specifically tailored for women looking to regain core strength without the risks associated with improper technique. Our instructors, Sarah and Lizzie, guide you every step of the way, ensuring your form is impeccable, thereby maximising benefits and minimizing risks.

Learn more about this incredible journey and how it can transform your core health: Pilates for Prolapse Course

Embrace Live Learning

For those who yearn for real-time guidance, our weekly live Zoom classes offer an interactive and immersive experience. Not only do you receive expert instruction in real-time, but you also gain access to a recording of each session. This allows you to revisit, refine, and perfect your technique at your own pace.

Deepen Your Knowledge with Our Ebooks

To further your understanding and bolster your core health journey, don’t forget to check out our comprehensive eBooks available for download at the bottom of our site. Dive deep into topics that matter most to you and enrich your learning experience.

Exclusive Support with the CCC Membership

For a holistic approach to core health, our CCC Membership offers unparalleled support. Not only do you get access to the largest library of hypopressive video classes online, but also one-to-one sessions, ensuring a bespoke approach tailored just for you. No other provider offers such a comprehensive package.

The Right Way Forward

Healing after damage requires more than just determination; it demands guidance, expertise, and a commitment to doing things the right way. Our courses and classes aren’t just about exercise; they’re about empowerment. About giving you the tools, knowledge, and confidence to rebuild your core strength safely and sustainably.

So, whether you’re taking tentative steps after a setback or looking for the best path forward, remember: your core health journey is too vital to leave to chance. Choose expertise. Choose safety. Choose rejuvenation. We’re here to help every step of the way.

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Sarah St John

Motivational women’s health and wellness coach, online and offline events and courses, Diastasis recti healing, core and pelvic floor strengthening, menopause and hysterectomy.
Fitter Floor and Core

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