Diastasis Recti is a common condition that occurs in some women during pregnancy when the muscles of the abdominal wall separate to accommodate the baby. If those muscles don’t come back together on their own, Diastasis Recti is the result. The good news is this condition is often easy to fix with targeted exercise. In this session Molly guides you through some simple exercises for the muscles that need to knit back together and then leads a full body workout that won’t aggravate the healing process. Please note that you should always get clearance from your doctor before you begin exercise after pregnancy, particularly if you suspect you have Diastasis Recti to rule out other conditions.