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Finally, the prenatal course you've been waiting for

Preparing The Pelvis For Birth Prenatal Course

Plus FREE on-demand prenatal fitness classes when you purchase today

Does This Sound Familiar? 

You're pregnant! Which is so exciting, but you're realizing it's also incredibly physically challenging. 

You know you're supposed to exercise during pregnancy, but you're not sure what you can do to stay strong AND protect your pelvic floor. 

And if you're like most moms I know...

  • You want to decrease your risk of abdominal wall separation that lingers long past the baby is born. 

  • You want to learn all you can about pelvic health but may not have access to regular pelvic floor physical therapy. 

  • You want to keep your body healthy and strong throughout your entire pregnancy, and prepare your pelvis for the best birth possible. 

And you are in the right place. 

You can protect your pelvis and strengthen your core in pregnancy.

Many moms realize that staying active during pregnancy has benefits for mom and baby. But most moms don't know what exercises are safe and healthy for their pelvic floor. 

That's where I come in. As a pelvic floor physical therapist and pregnancy and postpartum specialist, I created this course to support women on their pregnancy journey to help decrease their risk for Diastasis Recti, Pelvic Organ Prolapse, Pee leaks, and tearing during birth.


But that's not all. So many mamas want to stay active during their pregnancies, but don't know what to do or how to workout! That's why I created an entire database of on-demand workouts you can do from the comfort of your home! 

And if you enroll today, you get these completely FREE!

Trust me, this bundle is worth hundreds of dollars in value and is yours today for only 140.00! 


It's a no-brainer way to access the highest quality of information around prenatal fitness AND direct coaching from a pelvic floor physical therapist. 

If you're ready to enhance your pregnancy with the support you need, make sure you sign up today. 

Prepare Your Pelvis For Birth Course + FREE Prenatal Workouts

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Meet Dr. Talia Gilmour
Doctor of Physical Therapy and Pelvic Floor Specialist 

If you're reading this, you may have a taste of what I stand for and how much I love helping women through the challenges of pregnancy. 

If you don't know me, I am a pelvic floor physical therapist and pregnancy and postpartum specialist. 

But most importantly, I am a mom of a toddler with another on the way. 

I am known for helping women stay active, strong, and pain-free through pregnancy. 

Whether you're looking for a prenatal workout that focus on the right cues to protect your body, a community to help answer your questions about pelvic pain, pee leaks, and prolapse, or looking to learn how to prepare your pelvic floor for birth, this course is for you.

A Healthy Pelvic Floor and Core Means:

Improved Bladder and Bowel Control

Reduced Risk of Vaginal and Rectal Prolapse

Less Pelvic Pain In Pregnancy

Easier Labor and Delivery

Faster Postpartum Recovery

Reduced Risk of Abdominal Separation Postpartum (DRA)

What Pregnant Moms Are Saying

"Talia is a phenomenal resource for pelvic floor health! She helped maintain my pelvic floor strength during my pregnancy, labor, and postpartum periods." - C.B
"Talia supported me throughout my pregnancy with strength and relaxation exercises, body awareness and more so that I had a comfortable pregnancy and good labor and delivery. I feel like my pelvic floor is in better shape now than before I became pregnant." -R. NJ
"I sought Talia's help while half way through my pregnancy, as I was having back and pelvic discomfort. With her expertise and guidance we were able to relieve my discomfort and prepare for labor and delivery" - S.B
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What Is A Pelvic Floor? 

Your Pelvic Floor is a group of muscles that attach to your pelvis, or the circle of bones that make up your hips.


 They are located at the base of your pelvis, right where you sit! 

These muscles support your bladder, rectum, and reproductive organs. They control peeing, pooing, menstruation, sex and childbirth. 

If you pelvic floor is not working well, it will let you know through a number of embarrassing symptoms, and pregnancy is a common time for things to go awry.

That's why I am here to help prevent issues from happening and help you to manage problems that do arise. 

Why This Prenatal Course

Enroll Today For Only 140.00 and Get FREE Access to My Prenatal Workouts!

This is THE most affordable way to have access to vital pelvic health information for pregnancy and delivery as well as full access to trimester-based workouts! 

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