Pelvic-Core Restore

Pelvic-Core Restore

10-Week Mini Ball Program | taught by Hope Zvara

Course description


I am so glad you decided to partake in this 10 week program.

Now I know you are egar to get started, but please be mindful of a few things:

1. This program is best when the student participates in each of the weekly classes 2-4 times per week.

2. This program is set up in a drip feed, meaning you won't be able to skip ahead (I know). But there is a good reason why-in order for you to efficiently access the right muscles, and for many, retrain the ones that have been doing all the work for for you, most-likely your entire life, just skipping ahead will not give you the results you desire.

3. Take it slow, I am constantly encouraging you to go back to a previous week if you are still feeling XYZ or to skip a move if you are feeling ABC, for most of us all our life we have been told to "run through the pain", "no pain, no gain", or "don't give up, keep going". Well I have news for you, those words of encouragement although may have good intentions, may cause more pain and discomfort. Please carefully follow my instructions in each video.

4. It's about using the right muscles NOT doing the poses/moves. Let go of the idea of "advanced", in my world there is no such thing! Instead consider if you are using the right muscles, feeling the correct areas and sensations, this is the most effective gauge you can have for exercise and life!

5. Your core is 360 degrees round. And that means that your core is your front, sides and BACK (and pelvic floor)! Yes your back is a part of your core, so when you put your body in the correct position you will feel the area you are the weakest and for some that may mean your back.

6. Note the difference between pain and discomfort. Pain is anything hot, shooting or sharp, anything that causes numbness or tingling. When you feel these warning signs STOP, your body is saying something isn't right. Discomfort can often be in our head, you don't like this move because it is challenging you more than you'd like to admit or are use to. Discomfort is feeling something you are not use to but is not causing any harm or pain (except for the ego maybe).

7. If you have not yet purchased a mini ball you'll want to do that right away here, as this entire series revolved around this key core product!

8. Have fun! Please have fun and stay committed to the last week, I promise if you do, you won't be disappointed.

From my heart to yours....Namaste!

Hope Zvara
Hope Zvara
Creator of the HOPE Process: Helping Others Purposefully Excel through Breath, Body and Belief!

It’s been a roller coaster of a ride up to this point, but I wouldn’t trade a minute of it.

For years, my parents tried to get me healthy with what seemed to be little success. Ashamed I found myself yo-yoing through a plethora of eating disorders, depression and anxiety.

Deeply broken, I thought I’d never be good enough for anything.

But in 2001 at the suggestion of a caring soul, I found yoga. 

My yoga mat became a weekly ritual of second chances, and those second chances eventually led me to a yoga teacher training. Yoga became a platform for me to help others and at the same time help myself.

Continuing to climb the walls of recovery, in 2006, I opened a yoga studio, married my high school sweetheart, and to our surprise, go pregnant.

But at 29 weeks pregnant we got news no new parent should ever hear, “I’m sorry, but your baby isn’t going to make it”.

And on May 23rd 2007 our tiny two pound daughter Faith was born into this world, and just 20 minutes later, died in my arms.

As others waited cautiously for me to relapse, I did the exact opposite. I took my grief to the mat, and it was there that I realized that through death, I was given the opportunity for life.

I believe my daughter did a brave thing and gave me the opportunity to forge on fully into recovery, the motivation to continue to heal my body, and the strength to heal myself and others.

Learning the value of the breath, and how to breath, became a life line for me as well as my students. And considering the average person takes 21,000-24,000 breaths a day, I’d say breathing is pretty important.

The yoga I know became a doorway for me to learn to live in my body again.

Learning how to be in my body became a critical step for my recovery, and relearning how to listen in closely because the body is the soul’s last attempt to get us to listen. And I desperately needed to start listening again. What other option did I have, it was learn to feel, and get uncomfortable on my mat at the hope to feel more comfortable in my own skin again-or die.

And finally, taming the mind, realizing that I am not my thoughts, and it starts with one simple thought- believing I am worth it.

It was through this process that I realized I wasn’t the only one not living in my body.

Fast forward to today, I’ve spent the last fifteen years studying, practicing, teaching and experiencing the breath, body and belief system (mind) so I can better help others. Filling my tool box for life with aspects of yoga, philosophy, spiritual studies, the mind, the science of the breath and body, functional (healthy movement and a safe way of looking at the human body) anatomy, a deep understanding of the importance of the core and how to integrate this all into our lives every single day. And a deep insight of what it truly means to live, love and have a life worth living.

I’ve filled in the gaps, and only teach what I have tried and practiced myself and found to be successful. And it is because of this that created the HOPE Process: Helping Others Purposefully Excel, using the three B’s: Breath, Body, Belief.

It’s these three B’s that I base my lifestyle and teaching’s on. How we breathe, how we move (or don’t move) and what our belief system (mindset) are at all determine our happiness, well-being, and how we see the world.

I believe that there is purpose for all of us in this life or we wouldn’t be here. Let’s not take another moment for granted and step into a life worth living!