Are hip circles prolapse safe? Yes, as long as you don’t hold your breath! As always, tune into YOUR body and your personal core/pelvic floor needs. Stop if anything feels uncomfortable or “off” in your body.
This video is safe for most women with mild to moderate diastasis recti and pelvic organ prolapse as long as you follow my cues for breathing and technique. STOP if anything is painful, uncomfortable, or feels aggravating for your body and your personal pelvic floor/core needs.
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