Pilates, Inner Core / Pelvic Floor Specialist, Golf Fitness- Offices in Medford, Oregon and San Diego California Phone: 541-622-4616
I have seen many women who are in pain
From hip to knee and back, AGAIN
If I only knew then what I know now
Flat Tummy! Perky Bum Better Sex! and HOW!
When you include the strongest layer of your pelvic floor
The ‘trigger’ of all movement and so much more
It is the missing link for a Sexy Silhouette
This info is not yet located on the internet
To change your body you must first change your brain
It controls all movement, even your pain
There IS no core without the floor
To help in a way that’s not been done before
It’s not about kegels or drawing your navel in
it’s not about clenching your butt or holding back wind
It is about the innermost layer, the strongest of the three
To keep you upright and control your pee
You won’t need to clench and suck just to pull yourself in
With a toned pelvic floor you WILL feel youthful again!!
Here’s what you can expect…
Super Sex – Strengthen all 3 layers of the Pelvic Floor
Less Leaking – Improve Bladder Control
Train the WHOLE core!
Traditional workouts focus only on HALF the core!
You will learn to use your entire core including the pelvic floor.
It’s not about Kegels!
The inner core must pre-activate prior to the outer core activation, unless you train the whole core, you are only training half.
You cannot change your body without first changing your brain;
We cannot look at an old concept in a new way until we are shown how.
Most people do not know they need help with their core until noticeable outcomes surface; including protruding lower abs, leaking or incontinence, falling organs, back pain, decrease sexual pleasure and endurance.
For years people have been focused on building outer core strength; but they have been ignoring the most important part of the core – the Inner Core and the Pelvic Floor.
The outer core is created by the abdominal muscles on the front and sides and the deep spine muscles on the back on the outside.
Your inner core is actually a four-sided canister whose function is to stabilize you while maintaining balance.
The ‘floor of the core’ is the Pelvic Floor. There are 3 layers, each with a specific function with the innermost layer the strongest and most supportive.
It’s not about Kegels that train the outer and voluntary muscles – they are the “icing on the cake”.
Human beings have evolved as the only truly upright species; we have a unique and highly specialized pelvis that is unlike any other animals. Unfortunately, since we spend much of our time seated, we tend to use our pelvic floor incorrectly; it does not have to make the base of the canister because our chairs do that job for us.
The pelvic floor muscles become tense and stiff, or elongated and weak; consequently, low back, hip & knee pain, weakness & balance problems, impaired breathing, and continence problems soon follow.
“Kate, finally I can thank you for the little “antipasto” of Pilates and Pelvic Floor you shared with me and my sister Nives last autumn when you came to visit us in our beautiful Tuscany.
I have been thinking about Pilates for a long time.
Then when you came to visit and taught Nives and I about the “pelvic floor” on the lawn in her garden, it opened up a whole new world!
Please try to organize a Pelvic Floor Workshop soon at Cristina’s B&B in Tuscany. It would be great!
One small thing I have to ask you, though: please, please let me know in time. I would not miss it for anything, but you know how difficult it is for me to “staccare la spina dal lavoro” (free translating into: unplug from work).
You saw how quickly these months passed by, a blur indeed. It seems yesterday when we met. Time to make plans for your next visit, so that we can get real serious about Pilates and the Pelvic Floor !
Ciao bellissima donna! Ci vediamo presto!”
See you soon!