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Rachel Brinker

Rachel Brinker, MA, is a licensed mamalates instructor as well as a postpartum doula. She combines this most recent training with her previous years of experience teaching yoga and core fitness classes, as well as her 1,000+ hours of massage therapy training and five years working as a massage therapist. Movement has always been an important part of her life, whether through dance, strength training, backpacking, or yoga and Pilates. Her own postpartum recovery after a fourth degree tear inspired her to devote her career to providing top-quality support to postpartum women as they navigate their way through early motherhood. Self-care is an essential ingredient for mothering, and Rachel is excited to offer mamalates as a path to that end. More information about Rachel can be found on her website, www.proudmamasupportservices.com


Rachel Brinker instructs the following:
  • Mamalates
  • Before starting any other fitness program, mamalates is the essential first step to reclaiming strength and stability in your core after having a baby. Designed specifically for women six weeks postpartum and beyond, this 6-week progressive workshop is safe and beneficial for c-section recovery, abdominal separation (diastasis recti), and many common pelvic floor issues. With a focus on biomechanics and alignment, Rachel's mamalates classes will lead you to a deeper connection with your postpartum body as well as a greater ease and stability in the everyday movements of mothering. Babies are welcome to join you during class (pre-mobile babies only, please). Even if it's been months or years since giving birth, mamalates can help you restore optimal alignment and core stability. Women only, please.
     
    Fridays, 9:30-10:30 am
    6 week session 
    $119 Early Bird before 12/26, $149 after
     
    Rachel Brinker, MA, is a licensed mamalates instructor as well as a postpartum doula. She combines this most recent training with her previous years of experience teaching yoga and core fitness classes, as well as her 1,000+ hours of massage therapy training and five years working as a massage therapist. Movement has always been an important part of her life, whether through dance, strength training, backpacking, or yoga and Pilates. Her own postpartum recovery after a fourth degree tear inspired her to devote her career to providing top-quality support to postpartum women as they navigate their way through early motherhood. Self-care is an essential ingredient for mothering, and Rachel is excited to offer mamalates as a path to that end. More information about Rachel can be found on her website, www.proudmamasupportservices.com