You may have tried every tool in your kit, but you’re still left wondering why they aren’t making progress with a foot or pelvic floor / core complaint.
Often as professionals, we are trained to focus on a particular area, and the tools we learn are specific to either the foot OR the pelvic floor.
This is like trying to build a jigsaw puzzle blindfolded. You don’t have all the information you need to put it together properly.
The implicit connection between the foot and pelvic floor is usually overlooked, and sometimes the answer you need isn’t where you’ve been trained to look.
So it makes sense that you may end up seeing little progress in clients and feeling frustrated.
When we remember that the feet are connected to the legs and the core, we can begin to think differently about our client’s struggles and how to better guide them.
Suddenly drills, kegels, medication, calf raises and different shoes seem to stop short of what’s possible.
When we take things like tensegrity, fascial connections and neuroscience into account to properly connect the dots between the pelvic floor and the feet, we change the playing field entirely.
Neither one of us spot-treats. We both consider the whole body. We got frustrated with the disconnect in the healing tools available, and collaborated to build a cohesive map for movement professionals to work with the feet and the core / pelvic floor through the whole-body lens.
Floor to Core is a training that builds a solid understanding of the functional chain from the feet to the core, hips, pelvis and pelvic floor into practical tools you can use with clients.
You’ll walk away with a wide range of assessments and exercises to be able to clearly map and adjust your clients’ unique movement patterns for faster, more lasting results.
Learn how tensegrity, fascial trains and neuroscience help us understand the interconnectedness of the body.
Understand how the feet and gait affect and are connected to the pelvic floor and core system.
Understand how to address pelvic floor conditions using gait correctives in your protocol.
Discover how pronation, shock absorption, breathing, supination and propulsion are mirrored throughout the body.
Get a comprehensive understanding of how various foot and gait presentations travel up the chain and create possible outcomes on the pelvis, pelvic floor and core.