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How to Do the Core Breath

By Dr. Sarah Mickeler (she/her), Founder/CEO, Chiropractor

The core breath is so useful for pregnant and postpartum people! The key components are to engage your core and pelvic floor while you are breathing in order to connect the breathing to your core.

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