Rebuild Your Post-Baby Core, Pelvic Floor And Hips

So you can do the things you love without pain, fear, or peeing yourself.

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Pregnancy and childbirth take a toll on your body.

Think about it…every organ in your torso was stretched or squished to make room for a new person. How could that not have an impact?

But the changes you’ve experienced do not have to be permanent.

Core weakness and pee-sneezes are NOT normal parts of postpartum life.

Same with back and hip pain.

Those issues reveal underlying imbalances in your body…poor alignment, improper breath patterns, and key muscles that have shut off (or been working overtime).

Let’s use yoga and corrective exercise to get your body working properly so that you say YES to playing with your kids…

…and say YES to life.

What Postpartum Issue Are You Struggling With? 

Diastasis Recti/

Abdominal Separation

Diastasis Recti Abdominal Separation

Hip Pain And/Or


Hip Muscles

Pelvic Floor Issues


Pelvic Floor Muscles

Who We Are

Catherine Middlebrooks is a certified yoga instructor, postpartum corrective exercise specialist, wife, Mom, and the founder of

With the mind of a researcher and the heart of a yogi, Catherine geeks out on the science behind corrective exercise to help moms rebuild their post-baby bodies so they can say YES to life again.

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Catherine, what is this sorcery you are teaching?? My large diastasis is closing in after only 5 weeks. I feel like I should have had to work a lot harder for these results! Where’s the catch?!


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