Don't Miss the Posture Guru of Silicon Valley, Esther Gokhale, and one Strong Momma, Courtney Wyckoff, discussing strengthening your pelvic floor the right way.
Kegels Aren't Enough: Most women go their whole life not knowing a thing about their pelvis, much less its floor. Don't be most women.
Common Pelvic Floor Problems Women Face
- Diastisis Recti (the pooch)
- Back Pain
Strengthening your pelvic floor the right way can quickly resolve these issues, no matter your age.
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May 12 at 9am PT/11am CT/12pm ET.
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LIVE STREAM DISCUSSION
Courtney and Esther will discuss Pelvic Floor challenges in an interactive and visually engaging event. Courtney will focus on issues related to the childbearing years and Esther will provide insight to problems that aging women are facing. They will then showcase their approaches to solving these issues, Courtney using a Corrective Exercise approach and Esther coming from an anthropological one. All of this will be followed by a Q&A, so you can get your all your conundrums and curiosities addressed.
Esther Gokhale is the creator and founder of The Gokhale Method, an ecosystem of posture education, products, and community to help people recover a pain-free life. After experiencing crippling back pain during her first pregnancy and unsuccessful back surgery, Gokhale began her lifelong crusade to vanquish back pain. Her studies at the Aplomb Institute in Paris and years of research in non-industrial cultures led her to develop the Gokhale Method®. Her method has been featured in many publications including NPR and The New York Times, where she was given the title "The Posture Guru of Silicon Valley".
Courtney Wyckoff is a Certified Personal Trainer and Corrective Exercise Specialist, with 16 years experience in the field of fitness, nutrition, and injury prevention/treatment. She has been working exclusively with pre- and postnatal women for the last 9 years, which has allowed her the opportunity to see how seldom women in this country get the sort of support and information they need to truly re-integrate their core, nervous system, and biomechanical performance after childbirth. Her programs for core rehabilitation have been featured in Shape magazine, NPR, Parents magazine, and are vetted by leading physical therapists in this field.