Diastasis Recti Awareness
Diastasis Recti is a common condition affecting 60% of mothers, yet it’s the postpartum body issue nobody talks about. We offer programs that are focused on educating women about the condition, providing support, teaching you how to identify a separation, and offering information about diastasis recti treatment plans.
How to determine if you have diastasis recti
If you are experiencing symptoms like pelvic floor dysfunction, SI joint discomfort, abdominal bloating, loss of strength in the core muscles, or pain, you may have a diastasis. A “gap” usually presents after the birth of a baby, while “doming” usually shows up when there is extra fat behind the muscles. Checking yourself for it is easy; here’s how:
Get free diastasis recti treatment plan tips
You can correct a diastasis under the care of a certified teacher, or with an at-home diastasis recti treatment course. But if you’re not ready to commit, that’s okay! You can get tips on special corrective core movements as part of our free guide.
The best diastasis recti treatment plan
Caring for your core isn’t difficult, but it does require expert guidance and specific protocols from a certified teacher, especially because certain core exercises can make your separation worse. The Center Method is a four part, at-home diastasis recti treatment course that was created by Carolyne Anthony, the pioneer in women’s postpartum fitness and founder of The Center for Women’s Fitness and The Gentle Birth Project.