PostNatal TLC – Part 1 of 3

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All you new moms! Ready to put the "power" back into your Powerhouse? Grab your mat and a Small Barrel (or a firm pillow to substitute) and join Kim in this easy-paced workout designed to help your body quickly - but safely - regain its strength and flexibility after childbirth, with special focus on the core and back. Kim shares tips for reconnecting abdominals affected by Diastasis Recti, and incorporates Kegel exercises for strengthening the undercarriage. This workout is flexible in intensity and Kim gives advance notice on moves that might require a gentler approach. NOTE: If this is your very first workout after giving birth, be sure to jump to the end of the video for 4 important tips to keep in mind (select the tab in the top left Menu of the video player, or just skip ahead to 27:06). Revisit this video daily and you'll be back in the game in no time! Our thanks go to Lucero Barry at Studio Reset in Portland, Oregon where this session was filmed. Visit Kim at www.kimreis.com.

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8 Comments

  1. FayeS 2 years ago

    Very insightful tips Kim! Thank you for affirming my experience. It’s been 7 years since I gave birth and I’m still working on the effects of childbearing. Dang, it’s a big deal!

    • Kim Reis
      Kim Reis 1 year ago

      Hi! I can’t believe I’m only now seeing this comment! Thanks for your support and insight. You are totally right…having babies is no joke!!! Keep up the good work!

  2. pilates 4 years ago

    Good stuff, thanks for sharing!

  3. Miriam 4 years ago

    Great Tips! I will sure try with my clients. Thank You.

    • Kim Reis
      Kim Reis 4 years ago

      Hi! I’m glad you found this helpful. Stay tuned….there should be more classes coming soon…

  4. Kim Reis
    Kim Reis 4 years ago

    Thanks so much Angela! You know it all too well. 🙂 Miss you!

  5. giffordpilates 4 years ago

    Excellent tips and especially love the message to go slowly.

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