The proven method for regaining your strength and confidence, long term.

You see, the key to healing your
postpartum body is NOT in pushing
hard to bounce back as fast as possible


Your ability to:

  • Lift your toddler
  • Walk, run, ride, jump (you choose)
  • Have sex (and enjoy it)

…and everything else you love (without fear) depends on honoring what your body has been through.

Honoring the limits it’s been pushed to, and then building a responsive core and pelvic floor that knows how to engage when it needs to, but also how to relax when it needs to.


If you push too hard too fast and only increase tension and rigidity in your core and pelvic floor, you may feel your symptoms getting worse rather than better. That’s because you aren’t focusing on gently rebuilding these key areas that are recovering from a major event.

You don’t need to push harder, faster to get back to how you felt before.

True healing can happen in a program that truly understands the extent of what your body has been through.

A program that supports you (in just 30 minutes a day) to rebuild the responsive strength you need to get back to living symptom-free and strong.

Introducing: Restore Your Core®

The online program that builds lasting strength and function while honoring your body.


Brittany Czekaj

“My daughter was born in August 2021. I was active before and during my entire pregnancy. When my doctor cleared me at 6 weeks, I returned to biking, weight lifting, running, etc., with no regard for my core or pelvic floor (as I was unaware of what could happen).

At 16 weeks postpartum, I was blindsided with a diagnosis of pelvic organ prolapses and diastasis recti. I began searching the internet and (thankfully) found RYC®. I began RYC® on January 1, 2022, and have never looked back!

After completing RYC®, I am asymptomatic, have increased mobility, am more relaxed, and I can even go on a walk around our neighborhood with my family (1.25 miles!). RYC® has given me a community of support and an abundance of hope. I know that without a doubt I will continue to use RYC® on a regular basis for my whole life!

Mobility and bodily autonomy are invaluable and I have found such a wealth of information through RYC®.”


Callie Huft

“For the first six weeks postpartum, I was consumed by the heaviness I felt in my pelvic floor. Every step I took. Every time I lifted my baby or my toddler. Every time I went from sitting to standing. All I wanted was to go for a walk in the crisp October weather with my babies. But I could barely last five minutes before my symptoms made it too uncomfortable and defeating.

I started RYC® around 10 weeks postpartum and noticed improvements quickly. I finished the program by 6 months postpartum and was symptom-free well before then.

And now, at 9 months postpartum, I have not had a moment of symptoms in many, many weeks. I’m so grateful for this program and, as a pre and post-natal occupational therapist, recommend it to all of the women I work with.”


Callie Huft


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You’ll trust your body to get
back to everything you love

RYC® has helped thousands of postpartum women heal…

We’d love to help you too.

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Postpartum healing with RYC® looks like being able to…

  • move effortlessly without worry or fear
  • lift your kids
  • have fewer aches and pains
  • listen to your body and respond
  • embrace full body healing
  • enjoy sex, pain-free
  • workout harder with more intensity

You can feel strong, confident and capable again with RYC®

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RYC® uses the CARE model to guide your postpartum healing

Core confidence:

Regain your confidence to move, exercise and return to what you love. No fear mongering. No dogmas. No judgment. Just a clear path to healing.


Regain your confidence to move, exercise and return to what you love. No fear mongering. No dogmas. No judgment. Just a clear path to healing.


To optimize your movements and activities, you need to first ensure your core and pelvic floor are responsive and functional. RYC® uses dynamic whole-body core stability workouts to accomplish this.


Feel empowered with tools to be confident, aware of your body, and to move on to activities more complex without fear.

No more feeling lost, confused and in the dark about your injury and what it takes to heal.

Start Today

Or we offer a payment plan—4 easy payments of $50USD

RYC® is the proven method

for regaining your strength and confidence, long term.

Postpartum healing…


Postpartum healing…

  • Forever access to the program and all updates
  • 16 Exercise videos with detailed personal instruction
  • 4 Standing-only classes for those times when getting on a mat is just not possible
  • 24 Take-back-your-body tutorials explaining alignment, how to have a healthy spine and pelvis, optimal breath, ideal core engagement, and more
  • 12 Instructional PDFs that help you understand prolapse, the role of your psoas, and tips for all day movement
  • A 10-15 minute express workout for each stage of the program
  • Private facebook group (for women only), constant access to Lauren herself, and all your personal questions answered all the time
  • Bonus videos, tutorials, tips and classes

All for $197USD

Yes Please, I Want Those!
Or we offer a payment plan—4 easy payments of $50USD

Lauren Ohayon

Founder and program developer, RYC®

Got Questions

Unfortunately there has been little research conducted on whether or not postpartum prolapse will heal overtime. However, we do know that some women will have relief from symptoms within six months while others may experience chronic problems for years if not decades. The severity of prolapse also plays a role – those with milder cases usually recover more quickly than those with a severe prolapse.
We don’t have a direct correlation that says if you have more babies, your pelvic floor will be weaker or stronger. Studies show women who never had any kids also experience prolapse alongside mothers of multiple children with minimal to no symptoms of prolapse. If you have a prolapse and want to have more children, do so without fear.
Prolapse is a condition that occurs when the pelvic organs fall into or out of their normal positions. This may occur after childbirth, but it can happen to anybody - even if you delivered your baby through cesarean section! One in two women will experience prolapse during their lifetime. 
Every woman is different and the recovery length can change depending on many factors. Healing ranges from a few months to over a year, depending on whether or not there are underlying conditions which may be increasing the pain. While there are no overnight success stories, there are many successful people like you who have healed their pelvic organ prolapse.
Physical therapy is the least invasive option for treatment of prolapse. During your evaluation, your physical therapist or doctor will assess your posture and pelvic strength as well as perform an internal examination of the pelvic floor muscles, and suggest exercises and best practices to reduce intra-abdominal pressure in the future. You may also learn breathing techniques to perform during bowel movements or while lifting something heavy.
Loose skin after pregnancy is not something that can be fixed overnight. Diet and exercise postpartum are key to reducing the appearance of loose tummy skin, though it will take time for your body's shape to return back to a healthy, restored state. It is important to understand that a slim body is not the sole sign of strength, health, and restoration.
No matter how you gave birth, never underestimate the need for recovery. Your body has been stretched and stressed to the max during pregnancy, labor, and delivery so it needs a chance rest now! The first six to eight weeks postpartum are considered the standard recovery time. You may have had an easy pregnancy or childbirth but your body is still recovering from all of that stress. There's no quick fix/solution after giving birth.