What Is The Low Pressure Fitness Class?
- Low pressure fitness is a postural and breathing reeducation class to help women reverse or eliminate pelvic organ prolapse. It helps men and women in reprogramming their core guiding them to prevent and recovery of pelvic floor dysfunction: incontinence, constipation, prolapse, low back pain, hernia, and sexual dysfunction all while improving their posture, increasing abdominal and pelvic floor tone and improving breathing patterns. Low Pressure Fitness will optimize core control to help you improve your daily living and most importantly help you get your life back.
- It also helps reduce pain in the neck, back, hips, knees
Frequently Asked Questions
When and Where will the class be?
This is a six week program scheduled for Monday and Wednesday at 10:30 AM EST.
Start Date is: February 18th.
Where: Gambrills Fitness Studio 375A Gambrills Rd, Gambrills, MD 21054
Be sure to arrive 15 minutes early to get settled.
I believe in puppy therapy so I typically have two dogs that accompany me at the studio who are warm and friendly.
If you have allergies or are afraid of dogs, this is not the right program for you.
What do I need to bring to class?
- Please wear comfortable clothing
- Bring a mat (we do have some at the studio as well)
- Water bottle, and
- A great attitude
- Towels will be provided
Who will be teaching the class?
Tina McDermott is a certified wellness coach and Low Pressure Fitness Trainer. She is deeply passionate about helping women prevent and or correct the challenges with pelvic organ prolapse. She understands the emotional toll and physical complications associated with pelvic disorders. She also believes that with encouragement and enthusiasm, your fitness and athletic goals within a variety of intensities and disciplines can be achieved. Focused primarily re-programming the core, she believes and has proven that once the true meaning of core co-contraction is realized, you will be able to re-integrate many or all of those activities that were put on hold due to poor pelvic conditioning.
Low Pressure Fitness can be a more effective treatment for pelvic floor prolapse than traditional methods.
If I like this and want to take it to the next level, are there other ways to up my game?
Of course! After going through a group program, some clients decide to train with me one on one to have an even more intense experience with Low Pressure Fitness and me, their Trainer. It’ll take them to the next level of fitness. I also have many fitness and weight lose programs that offer you different levels of support. If you want to read about all of them and explore a bit more, check them out at https://tinamcdermott.com/weight-loss-programs
If I have a question/concern once I start the program, is there someone I can talk to?
Absolutely. I have an open door policy about that so feel free to email me directly at email@example.com
with anything you have on your mind about the program, movements, etc.
Have a question that wasn’t covered here?
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
and I’ll respond asap!
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