Postnatal: Back & Deep Core • Bec Conant • 20 min
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Begin with a gentle upper back bolster release, then work into basic exercises for deep core stability. Finally, integrate this deep core work into a gentle standing series. Appropriate for anyone more than five weeks postpartum.
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