What is Diastasis Recti?
The Abdominals Recti your main muscles on your belly can be harmed in many cases, most commonly during pregnancy. The muscles separate vertically in the line of the belly button so the growing foetus will have enough room. In a lot of cases the linea alba, the tissue between the abs injures and will not be able to pull the muscles back to their original place after the pregnancy. It is not only an aesthetical issue but also if they are separated the muscles cannot fulfil their function, can make our life very difficult, and can cause serious ailments (e.g. hernia, incontinence of urine..)
If you learn how to use the muscles properly and do the appropriate exercises, the abdominal muscles are able to get strong and the gap between the muscles can be reduced to minimal.
So you might have separated abs if
The LoveYourBelly workshop is also for you if you would like to safely recover after C-section or if you’d like a flat, strong, toned belly and develop a nice posture or if you have some lower back injury and you would like to safely strengthen your core.
How can I check if I have separated abs?
If you experience any of the above you can check yourself if you have a gap between your abs. Lie down on your back, bend your knees, feet on the floor close to your buttocks. Place your fingers on your belly, bellybutton height. Slowly lift your head. The abdominal muscles will contract and you can identify the size of the gap from the belly button down and up.
3 hours workshop in groups up to 8 people
Price: €65, book early and get a 20% discount.
19 February (Wednesday) 9:15-11:45
20 March (Friday) 17:00-19:30
Diastasis Recti workshop