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What is life changing to you?

Can you make a list of the things you have done that you would describe as “life-changing”? How many things could you honestly say were “life-changing”? “Life-Changing,” really?? Why do you settle for less than your best life? Why do you believe that having babies means your body might fall apart? Why do you ignore…
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You are Never Too Old to Have a Strong Core!

Functional Core Strength is essential to a pain-free active life. Often our clients confuse fitness exercises with functional strength. It is not the same. The core is designed for posture, breathing, and stability for all movement. How you connect to the internal muscles of your torso in upright, daily movements can make all the difference…
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Fearless Living Testimony 2

During the month of January, we’ve encouraged our clients to embrace this fearless attitude towards life. We asked clients to share stories of how they are living fearlessly and we have been inspired by their responses. Below is Erin’s fearless testimony. The Journey “Late in the summer of 2013, life was hectic but good. I…
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Healing Sciatica Pain From Pregnancy

  We believe women do not have to fall apart after birthing children! We offer a Core Foundations course that can help you in healing sciatica pain, diastasis recti, and other symptoms of core weakness. We have helped many moms and welcomed many babies into our little family. Below is the story of Katie (and baby…
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Is Core Rehab Really Possible Online?

A question we asked for a long time was… can you really achieve core rehab through an online program? Rehab is personal and specific, and people have the best results when we can see them and treat them specifically. But the reality is there are a limited number of therapists who do what we do…
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Healing Diastasis After Uterine Rupture Part 2

The clients we see at The Tummy Team come to us for a variety of reasons. Sometimes it is as simple as the desire for less back pain or pelvic floor issues, while for others it is to heal a severe diastasis – a separation of the abdominal muscles. For one mom, it was a little…
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