New Dawn Pilates For People With Pelvic Pain


Price: $29.99



Created for patients struggling with pelvic pain disorders, this DVD is ideal for individuals who are seeking new, gentle exercises that will not flare their symptoms. Because many patients can't perform long, intense workouts, this DVD has shorter segments which allows patients to personalize their workout according to their capabilities.

In addition to a 47 minute complete workout, it also offers targeted workouts for warming up, arms, abs, back and legs. Thus you can create your own workout based upon your unique needs that can last from 7 to 45 minutes!!! The bonus workout, the Rough Day Revitalizer, is a great way to relax after a long, difficult day. The first of a series, this DVD was developed by Jenny Lelwica Buttacio, a certified pilates instructor and registered occupational therapist was diagnosed with IC in December 2005.

Intro: 3 minutes
Practice Exercises with Tutorial: 33 minutes
Perform Entire Workout: 47 minutes
Target Only One Section Warmup: 7 minutes
Arms: 9 minutes
Abs & Back: 10 minutes
Legs: 13 minutes
Full Body Integration: 8 minutes
Bonus Rough Day Revitalizer: 9 minutes


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Extremely Disappointing
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Sorry for the bad review, but this isn't a cheap DVD, and I'm on disability. It was a complete waste of my money, and I'm pretty shocked at the way it's advertised.
I was really looking forward to having something tailored to my condition + pain so that I could finally exercise again. But this DVD isn't specific to or helpful for people suffering with IC +/or pelvic pain at all. At least not for me and and my friends. I expected a program with a little innovation that wouldn't be as painful to use. The claims are certainly there.
But this DVD just has old Pilates and resistance exercises,+ some well-known stretching moves. That's it. I'm serious. So disappointing. I used to teach classes + they really are the same exercises everyone's been doing forever. The only concession to IC +/or pelvic pain sufferers would be the instructor occasionally saying something similar to "if you need to lessen the intensity of an exercise because it hurts, watch so-and-so, or skip this one". But like I said, the exercises still don't actually adapt to our condition(s). And, since most of the exercises focus on the core and pelvis, + NOT in a professional, physical therapy kind of way, trying to get through a session hurt terribly! Worse than anything I've tried since I got sick five years ago.
So, unless this thing has been completely redone latelyâ
Super Great
I really like this DVD. I used to consistently workout before I had IC but all that pain caused me to drop out of a fitness regime.

I had begun to think that I wouldn't ever be able to exercise again.

I gave this Pilates workout a chance because it promised to be adapted for people with pelvic pain. It's fantastic and even though it's easy it makes you feel like you are doing something good for yourself just like you used to before IC came along.

I highly recommend this because YOU can adapt it to meet your needs!!

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