Got Questions?


Got Questions

Each exercise video is about 25 minutes long, and we encourage you to complete four sessions every week. Additional movement is healthy, too, and we recommend short daily walks in addition to the workouts.
Everyone’s body is different, and we always encourage you to check with your healthcare provider. However, we can tell you that women with large diastasis recti gaps, severe prolapse, debilitating back pain, SIJ pain, and hernias have found relief and healing with the Restore Your Core® method.
Yes! With the Restore Your Core® method, women have healed pelvic organ prolapse, diastasis recti, and other postpartum injuries...more than twenty-five years after having their babies!
Restore Your Core® is a 12 weeks program where every week builds upon the week prior. We recommend 3-5 days a week. Each video is 25-30 minutes.
We recommend starting with this online program. You get lifetime access to all of the training materials, and this program gives you everything you need to start healing. Once you’ve been through the online program, then you’re in the perfect position to attend one of Lauren’s workshops and fine tune your movements. But start with this. It’s really, truly everything you need.
Everyone’s body is different. So, be gentle with yourself as you go into this program. That being said, we’ve heard from women who are experiencing minimized pain or discomfort in less than two weeks!
Restore Your Core® targets the issues that cause and worsen diastasis recti (i.e. alignment issues, breathing patterns, muscle imbalances, and too much intra-abdominal pressure).
You can absolutely do Restore Your Core® while pregnant and there is a pregnancy modifications video. I also offer a prenatal program called One Strong Mama.
Absolutely, the program can be done on your own time, in your home or on the go, making it easy to build into your already busy schedule.
The program uses a mat, a towel or blanket for comfort, a half roller, and a strap. Most of these can be substituted with items you have at home: a blanket, pillow, belt.
All videos and content is available online to stream! No DVDs or packages involved. You’ll be able to stream the videos to your computer, phone, tablet and even cast them to your TV.
The program learning material and the workouts can be downloaded as well so you’ll be able to practice RYC in the middle of the forest with no wifi if travel opportunity comes.
Yes! We offer exclusive discounts for active-duty service members, veterans and their families.
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The short answer is no, and it depends on how you define yoga. Do we say namaste, Om, or use Sanskrit names for exercises? No. Do we mention deities? No. Do we discuss the tenets of yoga? No. None of that. Do we use movements found in yoga classes which are also adopted by 100s of other fitness modalities? Yes. Do we foster mindfulness with slower movements and breath awareness? Yes, and this is not exclusive to yoga. These practices are even taught at the Mayo Clinic, Harvard, and Stanford, as research has shown that they reduce stress. RYC® is not a yoga program, but there are some movements and sequencing that you would find in a yoga class. Lauren is a trained yoga teacher, as well she has also trained in various methods and modalities, including FRC, Pilates, and more. Also, rather than pushing for flexibility - a common theme in yoga, we angle for strength and mobility. The program focuses on strength elements rather than "go deeper, stretch harder."