Women's Core & Pelvic Floor : Restore | 6 Week Programme

Our breath is what connects our entire core: pelvic floor, diaphragm, deep abs, and back muscles. So by focusing on every core element, and your form, the exercises in this programme can help restore and maintain a strong and functional core, able to handle the demands of a fully lived life.

This is a 6- week programme that is broken down into 5 core & pelvic floor workouts per week.

This programme is specifically designed for postpartum women to help strengthen the core and pelvic floor and heal diastasis recti. Each workout is only 15 mins long and can be done anytime during the day.

  • Video Demonstrations for EVERY exercise
  • Workouts Scheduled On Your App Calendar
  • Short 15 min workouts, perfect for busy mums!
  • Direct In-App Messaging

All for NZ$10/week!

Core and Pelvic Floor Exercises

Approx. A$54 | US$36

I am so glad I took on the pelvic floor and core program with Lydia. Prior to starting it I couldn’t even run 200m without wanting to go to the bathroom. I have now found myself running 5k with no bathroom stops, I no longer have a pain after running and I am feeling so much more confident in myself when I exercise. The program was super easy to follow and I felt like I had a personal trainer right in my home with me because the app is super helpful with step by step videos showing you the correct way to do each exercise. Lydia was very helpful and would reach out everyday to see how I was getting on and if I needed any extra help. I cannot recommend her enough!– Brooke ( Wellington NZ)

Each workout is clearly laid out and scheduled for you on the app calendar

core and pelvic floor calendar

More About The Programme

This programme can be performed by anyone but it has specifically been created for postpartum women.

The pelvic floor is a group of 16 muscles that work together as a functional unit to provide support, control, sexual function and stability to the pelvis and spine.  The diaphragm is an essential partner with the pelvic floor, creating the top of the abdominal canister while the pelvic floor forms the bottom.  These two muscles must function in coordination with one another for proper control of pressure mechanics to exist.

A few common examples of a weak pelvic floor are:

  • leaking urine when coughing, sneezing, laughing or running.
  • failing to reach the toilet in time.
  • passing wind from either the anus or vagina when bending over or lifting.

Pelvic floor muscles need to be flexible to work as part of the core, which means that they need to be able to relax as well as lift and hold- the workouts in this programme are tailored to help you do exactly that.

Get started with my Core & Pelvic Floor programme now!

Just for Mums client Ramya performing exercises from the Core & Pelvic Floor Programme:

What equipment do I need?

This programme can be done at home or in the gym and no equipment is necessary.

  • Yoga Mat (optional)