The coccyx, commonly known as the tailbone, is the tiny bone at the bottom of the sacrum and has an important weight-bearing role in the body. Although this bone is small, the tailbone can play a big role in hip, sacroiliac (SI) joint and pelvic pain during pregnancy and postpartum recovery.
Are you approaching the end of your third trimester and officially ready to have your baby any day now?! There is so much you can do to prepare your mind and body to feel as in control as possible when it comes time to welcome your baby into the world!
One of the most important things to do after bringing your little one home for the first time is giving your body time to rest and heal. There is no rush to return to exercise postpartum. Give yourself the grace and space to spend this special time with your new babe and recover/reconnect to your body and your awareness.
This gentle c-section safe workout has been created for you to help retrain your 4 core muscles (transverse abdominis, pelvic floor, multitifidus and diaphragm), establish core engagement and pelvis stability and build full body endurance so that you can feel strong and confident moving around with your new baby bff.
As a parent, your days are full of routines that require repetitive motion. Think of changing diapers, strategically placing strollers in and out of cars, holding your little one so they are in that perfect position to fall asleep. All potentially causing your shoulders to ache at the end of the or lead to injury or deficiencies in posture.