Core and pelvic floor dysfunction are unique to each woman. It’s no wonder the one-size-fits-all standard of care doesn’t work. And can even leave women worse off than when they started.
You’ve entered a zone that should be marked ’handle with care.’ Then been given awkward tools. If you find yourself lost when trying to hold space for women who may be feeling completely helpless, that makes SENSE.
I struggled with this too. No matter how many more professional trainings I did, how many extra certifications, I couldn’t find what I needed. Out of desperation and a deep understanding of the interconnected functionality of the body, I developed the RYC® Method. And then the RYC® ICCP (Interactive Client Centering Protocol).
I saw consistent, significant progress with clients. Success stories. Hundreds, then thousands, then 10s of thousands of women regaining their confidence and trusting their bodies again.
“I’m an osteopath (woman’s health/pelvic health, and chronic pain specialist) and I now do roughly 50% of the session as movement coaching. It’s been so so valuable. It’s empowering for my patients – they realise that they don’t need to rely on someone for regular hands-on/passive treatment to feel better. They can feel strong in their body by learning to trust it, by learning how to support themselves.”
‘I gained a trained eye, first and foremost, to understand patterns in a moving body. I gained confidence in teaching and a community of compassionate and intelligent practitioners. As a result of this training, I feel more confident about charging adequately for my services.’
“The biggest benefit I've experienced from RYC® Professional Training is feeling confident in completing assessments on my current clients as an OT. Lauren is so attentive and passionate in her training. It opens up a new way of accessing your own body and gives you the confidence to help others. You can't help but be excited to spread the knowledge!”
‘The RYC® program has been such an informative, inspiring, positive and outstanding journey for me. I had so many WOW moments throughout the course. I started implementing the concepts on my clients as soon as we had completed the 1st module. I’ve been in complete awe to see my patients responding so well.
I have been a decent physio for 8 years, but RYC® has completely transformed my practice. I feel like it’s the missing link.’
‘I’m just loving that I can help clients get in touch with their own body. Honestly I feel so empowered and really enjoy the challenge of finding the place where I can help them. Clients are telling me that some of these things doctors couldn’t help them with, and I just took a course for a half a year!!!’
*10,000+ women healing
‘This felt like a missing piece from other movement trainings I've done. If you’re a movement pro frustrated with trainings that leave you questioning their methods, or are interested in things that actually work to make a difference, this is the place for you!’
‘If you want to support women and help them heal from pelvic injuries, the program and the training are the gold standard for pelvic health. The training has changed how I view every aspect of exercise and movement, and I filter everything through the lens of the RYC® Method.’
“RYC® has completely changed my work as a birth pro. I understand bodies and their mechanics better. 100% of the clients I’ve worked with since taking the RYC® Teacher Training have benefited from my knowledge of core and pelvic floor."
RYC® has helped me see bodies, injuries and movement through a different lens. It’s brought me more clients who want to heal diastasis recti, pelvic instability, and urine leaking.
I used to categorize movement like, “that’s yoga”, “that’s Pilates” “that’s a gym exercise”, now I see everything in terms of movement and bodies doing movement.
Darcy Adams, fitness instructor, yoga teacher, RYC ® teacher @darcyadamswellness
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These scholarships are reserved for people who identify as BIPOC (black, indigenous and people of color) who bear a disproportionate burden of women’s treatment in healthcare. There are also some spaces available for people with valid limitations in their ability to pay the full price.
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