2119 Dallas St.  77003

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Well.  In the last few weeks, as I have been seeing some folks in person (which has been awesome), I have come to realize that SO MANY OF YOU are suffering from DEAD BUTT SYNDROME.  I mean, I knew it existed, but it seems to have become rather an epidemic in the last few years.

What does that mean exactly?  It means that during the day AND even while doing booty exercises AND even listening to my cues, your gluteus muscles are not firing.  

Why does this matter?  BECAUSE GLUTES ARE EVERYTHING.  If your glutes aren't firing, then your pelvis isn't stable.  If your pelvis isn't stable, then your spine isn't happy and even your shoulders will get all wacky.  And, it also means that you will have quite literally ZERO access to your gorgeous pelvic floor muscles.

So, it could be that your belly issues, your joint pain, your headaches, your ______________ are all happening because your bum is out to lunch or surfing some waves (can't blame it, really).  And while I could have you keep doing glute blasts for days and days, if we haven't addressed the common, very identifiable pattern of alignment and movement related to dead butt syndrome, then it won't do you any good.

Join me for two hours on a Sunday morning for a clinic that will help you treat this once and for all.  We will work like mad scientists to get YOUR bum firing.  I won't quit until everyone feels the bum burn.  You may cry.  I'm not kidding.  You'll be like," ALL MY PROBLEMS HAVE BEEN IN MY ARSE ALL ALONG."  And I'll say, "I know, there there.  You're safe now."

If you are a Houston local, come in person.  If you are not, then join the LiveStream (not operated by me, so technical issues will not occur, hahahah).  And, yes, both in-person and LiveStream folks will receive a recording of the clinic, so you can watch or re-watch whenever you need.

How do you know if you have Dead Butt Syndrome?

Good question.  Do you have one or more of these symptoms?

  • Knee pain
  • Prolapse
  • Diastasis Recti
  • Incontinence
  • Hip pain/tightness
  • Pelvis pain
  • Disc issues
  • Ankle weakness
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Chronic neck and upper back spasms
  • Hernia
  • Feet that turn outwards
  • Tucked pelvis
  • Overall crunchy, achey feeling