Still feel like you look pregnant but are a few months postpartum?
Have you seen a conning or bulge from your stomach as you sit up in bed?
Are you leaking when sneezing, coughing, laughing, or running?
Or maybe you notice you just don’t have the strength in your core than you did prior to pregnancy.
Diastasis rectus abdominis is a thinning of connective tissue called the linea alba, which connects the two halves of your “six-pack muscle”. There is a lot of conflicting research out there which can make healing confusing. During pregnancy, diastasis is supposed to happen to allow for growth of your baby and uterus. However, in postpartum, as many as 30% of women continue to show signs of diastasis a year later!
What you will learn:
What diastasis rectus abdominis is and what it is not. We will go over potential side effects if left untreated, as well as go over myths and facts surrounding this topic. Learn essential tips on how to manage diastasis, start healing, and build confidence with exercise!
Who is this for:
- Recently postpartum or even years postpartum
- Those currently pregnant wanting to understand more for the postpartum period