Understanding Pelvic Instability (UPI)
The most recent workshop is CLOSED. Enter your information below to get updated when the next workshop happens. Pelvic instability can be the hidden root cause of head to toe pain, from plantar fasciitis to knee pain, hip and low back pain, shoulder pain and even tension headaches. Find out if you are in a pelvic instability scenario and what you must do to solve this for good.
JANUARY 18th 8AM MST
JANUARY 19th 10AM MST
Live Zoom Q&A Session
JANUARY 20th 4PM MST
LIVE: Behind the Scenes + Q&A
You'll Walk Away With:
- If you've ever been told you have "lazy" or WEAK glutes, chances are you can't even activate those muscles - which means they are inhibited. You can't strengthen an inhibited muscle, so if you've been going to the PT, your strength trainer or trying to solve this on your own by doing a bunch of glute/butt workouts - your efforts have likely backfired. Find out what you MUST do before strengthening your glutes.
- A strong "core" is critical for pelvic and spinal stability - but what exactly is your core and how do you strengthen it? Despite our modern obsession with 6-pack abs and "core" work in yoga classes that only work the 6-pack abs, your core is NOT your abs. Find out what your core is and why your lower abdominals might actually be inhibited just like the glutes can be.
- If you've ever fallen on your tailbone, I can pretty much guarantee that you're in some kind of pelvic instability scenario. Maybe you already know that. But what you might not know is just how much the scar tissue in your tailbone and sacral ligaments could be impacting your ability to activate and strengthen your most important core muscles: your glutes and lower abdominals. Noticing a pattern yet? Find out what you must do to reverse engineer these injury compensations. It's NOT too late to change this, even if you fell on your tailbone decades ago.
- Learn the importance of having an "aha" moment, and why making sense of your pain is the key to unlocking solutions that lead to permanent change.
- Do you know exactly what pain is and what it isn't? Contrary to popular opinion, pain isn't damage. Just because you feel pain doesn't mean something in your body is damaged, broken or defective. In fact, where you feel pain is rarely the cause of your pain! Knowing what pain is, in its most distilled scientific explanation (which I will explain in PLAIN ENGLISH, don't worry), could mean the difference between staying stuck and experiencing a real breakthrough with your body.
- Understand the role of your nervous system in pain, fascial tension/restriction and healing. Your nervous system will play a key role in your ability to heal rapidly vs spin your wheels.
- If you discover that you are, in fact, in a pelvic instability scenario - it's critical to know the 5 phases of SOLVING pelvic instability for good. You'll learn what these 5 phases are and why it's important to go through them strategically, starting with step 1. If you're a jump to the finish line kind of person (I'm speaking from experience here!), this could be why you keep injuring yourself or constantly spin your wheels but never actually reach your physical health goals.
- You’ll also get a FREE self-assessment download that you can use to make sense of your pain - because you are a unique person with specific past injuries, traumas, habits and sports, and all of this is relevant when mapping your path to freedom.
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