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Strengthening the Pelvic Floor

Lesson 4 from: Healthy Pregnancy, Healthy Baby

Jill Miller

Strengthening the Pelvic Floor

Lesson 4 from: Healthy Pregnancy, Healthy Baby

Jill Miller

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4. Strengthening the Pelvic Floor

Lesson Info

Strengthening the Pelvic Floor

Class Materials

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The Abdominal Vacuum Eccentric Diaphragm Stretch.pdf
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Ratings and Reviews

Meredith Amann
 

so useful, so helpful. Loved the guests. Would highly recommend to anyone thinking about becoming pregnant or working with prenatal clients. Great posture & alignment knowledge bombs

a Creativelive Student
 

I do definitely recommend this course, though I wish there were room for a bit more nuance in the "of course"/"no thanks" model creativelive offers for reviews. This course is really helpful for thinking through movement and posture issues during pregnancy, and I think I'll take a lot of the lessons I learned here into my daily life even after my baby is born. It's worth sitting through all the lessons, and I am confident that most people will come away with new and useful information. d That said, this course contains a LOT of chitchat, which can be frustrating at times. All of the presenters know each other, and there's a lot of back and forth about their relationships, etc. It gets pretty tiresome. And there's quite a bit of in-course advertising for Jill Miller's products, which I haven't found so much in other classes. Also, I found the advertising for this class just a tiny bit deceptive. There aren't as many "classes" as listed in the description, because some of them are introductions, wrap-ups, and credits. I recommend just skipping those classes and focusing on the ones that specifically name what content they will address. Despite those limitations, I found this class worthwhile...just know what you're getting into!

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