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I want to share my list of the resources I have used during my deep study and exploration on diastasis recti,
in addition to resources that share invaluable information on the core, and exercise during pregnancy.
With your intelligence as an instructor, and your ability to understand conditions such as DR from a movement perspective,
…you will be able to read and watch information with a unique point-of-view,
…gathering your own conclusions and coming up with your own ability to understand the condition
…so that it becomes ingrained in your being.
The more often you read and take in information related to pregnancy and postnatal health, the more confident you will be working with this population.
Here is a summary of the resources listed below:
- Websites and Links
Here we go! Enjoy!
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by Katie Bowman 2016
The most up-to-date, comprehensive book explaining in finite detail what DR is anatomically, how it develops, what to do and what not to do to “fix” it.
by Mari Winsor with Mark Laska 2001
The first 2 chapters, Tools for Life and The Joy of Movement are invaluable relating to the core, importance of proper breathing, hormones – all the benefits of Pilates during pregnancy and after. All concepts that contribute to a healthy linea alba (connective tissue that stretches beyond normal, resulting in a DR)
DK Publishing 2011
The go-to resource for THE Most AMAZING images!!
NutritiousMovement.com Katie Bowman
MuTu System Website:
An in-depth description of diastasis recti. I encourage you to browse this site under the ‘resources’ tab. It is full of information on pre and postnatal health, including great downloadable pictographs.
Our Diastasis Series here at YourPregnantCore.com
Ready Set MAMAS!
Pre and Postnatal Fitness Training in NJ- Jaymie Gerard – kindly released the right for me to use her custom info graph. Check out her site, and definately visit her if you are in the NJ area
Pelvic Floor Demystified – Katie Bowman
A New Perspective on Diastasis Recti
That concludes our list of diastasis recti resources.
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