Did you ever wish that *someday* you would get feeling back around the incision from your C-section?
I know the thought has had to come to your mind on more than one occasion as you don’t want that numbness to be your normal…
This topic gets me soooo excited to talk about because of the lack of awareness around it.
>>No matter how long it’s been since you’ve had a C-section, you can work to wake up your lower abdominals.<<
Because of fascia, you have the ability to tap into your scar tissue and teach your body how to move correctly so you can create stronger fascial connections in your deep core.
This is what’s so fascinating about the body and why I’m a firm believer that no matter what’s going on, you have the power to change it!
Every single woman that I’ve ever worked with, whether in person or online, that has learned my techniques gets the feeling back in her abdomen.
Keep reading to learn how to wake up your abs so you can begin to see your body’s potential.
How to Wake Up Your Abs After a C-Section:
By learning how to lightly connect with your deep core and pelvic floor through breathwork, you will begin to tap into the deeper fascial layers in the front of the abdominal wall.
2. Pelvic Tilts
This simple and gentle move is at the foundation of all my teachings. Using your breath to tilt your pelvis can allow you to reconnect with your body in a whole new way.
3. Give Yourself Grace
Remind yourself that when you start implementing my training techniques, that it’s normal not to feel anything at first. It’s part of the journey for you to become stronger, minimize and prevent dysfunction, and get your confidence back.
I hope this helped give you hope at seeing what’s possible for your body!
For more healing techniques like this one, download my FREE Pelvic Floor Guide. It includes step-by-step instruction on how to properly engage your deep core and pelvic floor. Download the Pelvic Floor Guide >>HERE!<<
The material contained within is provided for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice. You should seek prompt medical care for any specific health issues and consult your physician before beginning a new regimen or purchasing any product(s).