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Pelvic instability is the HIDDEN root cause of head to toe pain:

From plantar fasciitis to knee pain, hip and low back pain, mid back pain, shoulder pain, neck pain, tension headaches and more.

The pain you’re feeling right now is happening in an area of vulnerability, which is not the same as the SOURCE of pain. 

Your area of vulnerability depends on your posture and daily habits - such as how you sit, stand, what you do for work and whether or not you have kids that you hold or carry on your hips. Then there's your injury history, sports you played as a kid or young adult, current activities, unhealed traumas and nervous system patterns. 

Pain is a message from your body that something needs attention. 

Some people experience debilitating plantar fasciitis or heel pain as a result of pelvic instability when they continue activities that require being on their feet - like hiking, running, weight training or jobs that necessitate standing all day (like teaching or assembly work). 

Other people experience knee pain, mid back or shoulder pain due to complex full body activities like climbing mountains, yoga, Olympic lifting or holding children. 

Many people, perhaps the vast majority, experience pain in or near their low back - in their hips, piriformis/glute area, QL/low back soft tissue, SI joint/tailbone etc. This is because you have more nociceptors here (nerve receptors responsible for detecting danger, aka “pain receptors”) than anywhere else in your body.

The reason?

The human brain will protect the spine above all else in the body, because it houses the central nervous system (CNS).

If your central nervous system (spine) was ever severed, you'd die instantly. This is why it gets priority protection status from the brain and body.

A stable spine needs a stable BASE (aka, pelvis). Those nociceptors are so rich in your low back for one primary reason: to detect danger to your spine and communicate that danger to you (with a pain signal). 

Your body must be able to communicate with your brain and vice versa at all times. 

This is why so many pain patterns can be traced back to pelvic instability, which can manifest as anything from Achilles tendonitis and digestive issues to tension headaches and foot cramps. Your body compensates until it can't anymore. 

While this topic is complex, it is 100% FIGURE-OUTABLE, 100% REVERSIBLE and 100% POSSIBLE FOR YOU. 

I'm here to guide you every step of the way.


Hi, I'm Elisha.

This topic is very personal to me.

In 2013 I was told by a chiropractor that the cause of my mid back pain was due to my left glute not firing. A million lightbulbs went off in my head, about myself and all of my private practice clients.

I asked him "Why do glutes stop firing?" He replied "I don't know, they just stop sometimes." 

That answer didn't satisfy me, and I went on a years long quest to understand why muscles stop firing. 

I was able to answer that question about glutes for myself and my clients (and got them firing!), but my mid back pain persisted. 

It wasn't until fall 2019 that I realized my low back posture (lordosis) and an unhealed injury to my tailbone (from a fall roller skating in 1997) were seriously inhibiting my lower abdominals. 

When I released my low back and tailbone/glute deep core immediately activated; my ribs stopped flaring out; my breathing got easier; and my abdominal muscles finally relaxed (inhibited muscles are often overstretched and fatigued). 

I'm now 100% confident I can help YOU solve your pelvic instability. I had to solve mine first. 



Elena shares her journey with solving pelvic instability.


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Solving pelvic instability requires a strategic approach I’m calling The 5 Phases of Building Pelvic Stability:

When you're in pain, it's hard to think clearly. And since you will be your own deceive on this journey (with my help), phase 1 is about getting you some fast relief so you can free up for brain for the real work: finding the root cause. You'll also learn some important pain science (in plain English) that everyone who owns a body should know (this is like user's manual 101 stuff). This is designed to help you make sense of your pain so it stops feeling scary. 

This phase is about figuring out WHY you’re in pelvic instability. You'll learn what's causing your hip imbalances, and which muscles are inhibited (if any): gluteus medius, gluteus Maximus or your lower abdominals. You’ll assess your posture, gait and other factors that could contribute to deep core inhibition (like lordosis, abdominal or low back surgeries, tailbone injuries etc). Finally - your pain and your BODY will begin to make sense to you!

Your POWER center lies in your pelvis: strong glutes, strong abdominals and a fluid spine = stable HIPS capable of enormous energy (life and movement) potential. It's time to ACTIVATE those muscles that have been inhibited! During phase 3 you will also reinforce these new patterns through fascia release, which helps your brain realize you're taking care of the root cause for good. 

I'll help you feel certain your inhibited muscles are ACTUALLY firing. If they're not, you could still be compensating. Once your inhibited muscles are activating again, and your brain realizes your spine is no longer in danger, it’s time to strengthen these muscles AND bring them into full body movements. It’s also time to TEST your newfound pelvic stability against your favorite activities - can you bring a stable spine and pelvis to hiking, running, yoga, CrossFit, biking, backpacking...whatever your favorite activities are! This is the most critical time for being objective, because you may need to go back to some fascia release and activation before jumping back into regular life. But if you’re willing to be a little patient and committed here, you’ll be rewarded with integration (and a pain-free body) that actually LASTS.

By now you should have some understand of your pain psychology, your pain triggers and that pain is your best ally for freedom. You’re now in MAINTENANCE MODE, but that doesn't mean complacency. This is about integrating what you've learned into your active lifestyle. You may need to repeat steps 2 and 3 a few times. You may need to dig into your fears of pain or freedom a bit more, before getting completely free. Your body is always talking to you, trying to find balance and freedom. Pain is a request for change. Once you make those changes permanent, your body will thank you with fluidity and freedom. 


  • Library of 50+ fascia release techniques (there's even an eyeball release for tension headaches and eye strain!)

  • Learn some fascia science, pain science and the role of posture, gait and the nervous system.
  • Discover my "best practices" for doing fascia release safely and effectively.  
  • Full lower body "MAPPING" demo.
  • Activation and strengthening exercises (follow along routines) for gluteus medius, gluteus maximus and lower abdominals.
  • 5 weeks of LIVE Zoom Q&A calls
  • BONUS COURSE - Lose Your Fear of Pain. All of us feel fear. What we fear is unique to us. You may be more afraid of freedom than pain. Has anyone asked you about this before? When pain is familiar (chronic), freedom can actually feel scary to your nervous system. Other people are more afraid of pain. Knowing your pain psychology could mean the difference between solving pelvic instability and getting your life back, or spinning your wheels in frustration. You get this mini course FREE when you join SPI. 


John shares his journey with solving pelvic instability.


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Tools needed:

What TOOLS do you need to participate? Just a few basics at minimum, and some optional ones as listed below. 


  • Foam roller (smooth roller, nothing knobby or grooved)
  • Basketball
  • Mat


  • Softball
  • Lacrosse ball
  • Tennis ball
  • Peanut ball
  • Resistance band
  • Light to medium weight kettlebell(s)
  • Chair


  1. October 21st - 11am to 12:30pm PACIFIC
  2. October 28th - 11am to 12:30pm PACIFIC
  3. November 4th - 11am to 12:30pm PACIFIC
  4. November 11th - 11am to 12:30pm PACIFIC
  5. November 18th - 11am to 12:30pm PACIFIC


  • You'll get access to pain specific playlists to help you get some immediate pain relief - so you can FREE your brain to focus on solving the root cause and fixing this for good. 
  • You’ll assess your current pain and injury history, posture, alignment and gait, and through these self assessments you’ll determine if you are in glute inhibition, deep core inhibition or some other neurological “lockdown” preventing functional pelvic stability. 
  • You’ll discover fascia’s role in pelvic instability and glute inhibition, along with fascia’s role in pain and how you can use fascia release to create mind-body freedom. 
  • You'll set yourself up for success over the next 5 weeks and get rolling on the process of solving YOUR pelvic instability. 
  • Fascia release basics with demonstration of best practices for results that last.
  • Why releasing the glutes is a big NO NO for most cases of pelvic instability, and when it's actually a good idea.
  • Why STRETCHING isn’t recommended and what to do instead.
  • Learn to MAP YOUR FASCIA - with full mapping demonstration and tutorial. Watch me map my own fascia exactly as you’ll do it at home. I’ve never offered this before and I think it’ll really help you understand how to map your fascia to find the root cause of pelvic instability. 
  • Understand MAPPING concepts - deep dive into mapping so you know why to map, how to map and how to change the map (which is our entire goal to get you into pelvic STABILITY!)
  • Making sense of last week’s mapping, fascia release and your pain relief efforts since we started two weeks ago. 
  • Next best steps for YOU based on where you are right now. We’re about to go into glute and deep core activation, but you should only progress to this when you’re ready. 
  • Adding additional fascia release techniques depending on your posture, gait etc. For example, you may need to release your low back fascia if you’re in lordosis, in order to allow your deep core to activate. 
  • Discover your body’s BEST skillset for muscle activation: PROPRIOCEPTION. Not only is this skill important for muscle activation, but also for BALANCE...something we all need more of, especially as we age. 
  • ACTIVATION TIME! Follow along exercises for deep core and glute activation with instructions for how to make this your own, how many times per week to do the exercises and guidelines for understanding if they’re working or not to get your muscles activated. 
  • Clear instructions for which fascia release exercises to focus on while continuing to activate your glutes and deep core.
  • Make sense of what happened last week - did you get sore in the right places? Do you think your glutes and core are activating? You’ll get instructions for what to do whether your answer is yes or no. 
  • If you’re ready to progress, we’re bumping up our activations with PROGRESSIONS this week. 
  • Follow along exercises for progressing your glute and deep core activation. 
  • Strengthen and TEST - we're starting to test your activation against full body movements now, and it MAY be appropriate to try your activities (but maybe not until next week...I'll help you figure this out).
  • Re-examining your MAP - is it changing, or is it staying the same? Remember: we want to CHANGE THE MAP :)
  • Homework guidelines - this week is mostly in your hands now, as your primary job is to create pelvic stability. Don’t worry, I’ll offer plenty of guidance so you know just what to do.
  • Integration time. Let's create a maintenance plan for you. Based on what your body is telling you, you may need to go back to Phase 2 or Phase 3 before moving forward. If you're ready, now is the time to try your favorite activities again (if you didn't progress here last week). Find out if you can bring your new glute and core activations into hiking, running, tennis, yoga, weight lifting etc. AND, what to do if you don't feel stable yet, or your pain comes back.
  • FULL BODY exercises - follow along with me, then make this your own. 
  • Clear instructions for how to safely test and investigate all of this in your activities for life - you don’t want to regress, but you also don’t want to be afraid to test. I’ll guide you through how to do this intelligently, and what to do next based on what you discover. This investigator mindset and ability to test and experiment in order to give your body what it needs is a lifelong skill that you'll come back to over and over.

Are you more afraid of FREEDOM...or pain? I've found that most of us are more afraid of freedom than pain, because our pain is often familiar (especially if you've been in chronic pain). There's a mind-body connection here as well, and if you have trauma patterns in your nervous system they might be keeping you stuck and in pain no matter which method you try to use to help your body. This course walks you through my inquiry process to uncover your SUBCONSCIOUS fears - the ones you may not even realize are driving your sabotaging behaviors. 


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Frequently Asked Questions

We'd like to say "forever" - but that's a long time. You'll have access as long as Mobility Mastery has a presence online (which we hope is a long time). If we ever take the course down you'll get a lot of notice. 

The COURSE CONTENT is all pre-recorded video that you can watch on your own time. There are additional live Zoom calls to support you through this process. You do not have to attend anything live, and you can take this whole course at your own pace if you life. 

I wish I could help everyone individually by email. There are hundreds of students inside my online courses and I can't help everyone privately. I sometimes offer private Zoom consultations for $200/hr. If you ever want to schedule with my privately, please email [email protected] to find out if I have any availability. 

YES. The course comes with 5 LIVE Zoom Q&A calls where you can ask questions and get support. If you can't attend live, you can watch the replays. 

Yes, there is a payment plan for 3 monthly payments of $277.

This course is designed as a 5 week program in order for you to learn the 5 phases one week at a time. But these resources and tools are here for you to use for a lifetime. You'll learn how to take care of your body for LIFE, so ideally this is an investment in preventing any pain in the future. 

All you need are a few essentials - a foam roller and basketball ideally. Optional tools (that you will need for the pain playlists to get immediate pain relief) include other fascia release tools like a lacrosse ball, tennis ball, softball, peanut ball. For the activation and strength portion, you don't need props but it would helpful to have a small resistance band, one kettlebell and a chair. 

There are some conditions that would make this course either challenging or impossible. If you can't get up and down off the floor  or hold yourself up on a foam roller (on your forearms), this may not be the best course for you. If you've recently had surgery or very recently received a cortisone injection, this probably isn't the right course for you. If you're on serious pain medication, this isn't the best course for you. If you have ANY concerns, please check with your doctor, PT or whoever you trust for medical advice.  

Your results will depend on your level of commitment and follow-through, and also on your body's own timing. I don't claim this work is easy and I can't guarantee results (because I don't know your current injury history, work ethic or medication status which could all impact your results). But what I teach you DOES WORK - if you do. If you watch the course material, implement my suggestions and attend the live zoom calls to get your questions answered, I feel really confident you'll get a great result. My primary mission is to help you lose your FEAR of pain (or fear of freedom), so you can do your healing work without being challenged by your own nervous system. If you have a history of trauma, fear, chronic pain, traumatic injuries etc, the Lose Your Fear of Pain portion of the course will be really helpful for you. 


If you start this course and you're not satisfied with the content or quality, email us within 14 DAYS and we'll refund you in full.

Unfortunately, we can't offer refunds beyond the 14 day trial period, so make sure to start the course right away in order to decide if this program feels right for you.