Build A Relationship With Your BodyJun 09, 2021
I was recently having a conversation with a Core Rehab member that was frustrated with her back pain.
*Oh, friend, that fires me up!*
There’s nothing I want more than to empower you to build a better relationship with your body. But, I can’t do that until we get one thing straight:
It will take time to heal. And that’s okay.
- It takes time to feel new connections.
- It takes time to create new neuropathways.
- It takes time to change old habits.
But does that mean it's not worth the effort to change? *No!*
Does that make the frustration you feel any less valid? *Again, no!*
Does that mean that you should stop showing up for your body? *You know where this is going…NO!!*
>>If you continue to do what you've always done, you will get the same results.<<
Beautiful, I want you to promise me one thing…Promise me you won't ignore any pain or discomfort that comes up in your body.
And if you will promise me that, I’ll make a promise in return: You will begin to understand what your body is trying to communicate with you.
- Running is causing you to pee your pants.
- High-intensity workouts are intensifying your back pain.
- Crunches are worsening your diastasis recti.
>>Building a relationship with your body is not something you should neglect. It's a relationship that you will have for life.<<
You must slow down to speed up. But one thing is for sure...
>>You will never be able to change if you don't start with where you are today.<<
- For years, I would push through the pain.
- For years, I ignored symptoms.
- For years, I thought I was doing everything right.
*Until I decided to take a step back and connect with my body in a whole new way...Will you?*
Pain and dysfunction in the body typically comes from the pelvic floor. So I created this free resource to teach you how to properly connect with your pelvic floor! Check out my Pelvic Floor Guide to learn more. Download it >>HERE!<<