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  • Are classes/private sessions covered under benefits?
    It will depend on your plan. Some plans have a wellness or health spending account that you can claim under. I teach fitness, yoga, and corrective exercise, so these categories do not fall under the typical benefit plan options.
  • Where are your in person classes?
    In person classes happen at my home studio at 2202 Magnolia Drive. I highly recommend using google maps for directions, as Apple maps has proven unreliable! Never been to class before? You can check out the video below to see what it's like when you arrive.
  • What type of equipment do I need for zoom classes?
    It's recommended to have light weights (around 3lbs), resistance band loops, a long resistance band, yoga blocks, and a mat.
  • Do you run postpartum classes?
    One of the very best things you can do for yourself postpartum is to rebuild strength in a way that supports this unique time. A great place to start is my Core & Pelvic Floor Classes. You'll build the full body foundations to support the physical demands of mom life, support your core & pelvic floor, and mitigate any symptoms you may have experienced post-baby. Baby is welcome to come along with you to daytime classes! Once you are feeling more ready to add in more challenge, Strong Mamas is the class for you. Build on those postpartum foundations, get stronger, and have time for yourself. Baby is also welcome to come along to these ones.
  • Do my class packs expire?
    They don't! If life gets in the way and you can't make it to class for a while, know that your remaining classes will bee waiting for you!
  • Will I lose a class credit if I cancel a class I've booked?
    You have until 2 hours prior to class starting to cancel a booked class and have the credit go back to your account. After this time period, it will be considered a late cancel. This way, if it's a busy class, it allows enough time for someone else to take the spot.
  • I'm going on vacation. Can I pause my membership?
    Yes, absolutely. If you need to pause your monthly membership, please reach out to me at with the details and I can help you with that.
  • Should I go to a pelvic floor physiotherapist?
    It's a great idea to go to a pelvic floor PT. She can doo an assessment and give you a really good idea of what your personal circumstances are. If you require internal release, she can help you with that as well. Pelvic Floor PT and the functional movement we do in classes work really well together.
  • If I have pelvic floor issues, can't I just do kegels?
    For a long time, kegels were the only answer given to women to resolve pelvic floor issues. We now know that kegels are not always right for everyone. In fact, many pelvic floor issues are the result of overly tight pelvic floor muscles, so kegels would only exacerbate the issue. Also, pelvic floor issues are often not only a problem in the pelvic floor itself. Breath, movement, and alignment patterns that force your pelvic floor into tight, tense, highly pressured positions do not allow for those muscles to function properly, which is why a whole body approach can be so crucial.
  • What is a diastasis recti and how do I know if I have it?
    Diastasis recti is a separation of your rectus abdominis muscles (your "6 pack") muscles. The separation can occur anywhere along the midline of your belly. Most often for postpartum people, the separation is most prevalent at the belly button area. The most common symptom of diastasis recti is a bulging or bloated looking belly, with a hard doming or coning at the midline during exercise. Check out the video below for how to do a self-check, but if you want an official diagnosis it's best to go to a pelvic floor physiotherapist.
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