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Giving educators & practitioners the tools to address a broad spectrum of pregnancy needs, support prenatal core & pelvic floor health, and provide a proactive care model


Your Clients are Already Coming to

you with their Biggest Questions... 

  • "Back pain is keeping me up at night. Is there anything I can do?"
  • "My abs separated. Is there anything I can do to prevent more damage?"
  • "I really, really want an unmedicated birth. What can I do to prepare my pelvic floor?" 
  • "My pubic bone hurts—is there anything you can do?" 
  • "I've heard Kegels are no longer recommended. Is that true?"

Get access to ​simple answers​, ​functional assessments​, & ​practical tools​—​ all in one place.

With the Body Ready Method program,

you’ll have the tools to:

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Our brand new ​Body Ready Method ​toolkit is designed to help movement teachers, healthcare  providers, and prenatal professionals give their clients proactive care—by giving them easy  access to cross-disciplinary assessments & modification protocols. 
Get up-to-date strategies, broad spectrum skills, and functional tools to expand your knowledge  base & support the pregnant people who trust you.  

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The BRM Level 1 Certification

Qualifying BRM professionals can:

  • Be featured on the One Strong Mama and Body Ready Method websites so that pregnant people can find practitioners to work with
  • Have the BRM logo on their own websites + marketing material
  • Perform BRM Assessments

The Functional Toolkit to Support the

Broad Spectrum of Pregnancy Needs.

Get simple tools, easy assessment guides, and simple modification protocols to address common  questions & ease common symptoms.

For example:

  • If they want to stack the cards in their favor for an  unmedicated vaginal birth... they might need pelvic  floor yield and good core support.
  • If they’re struggling with back pain or pelvic  pressure...they might need to stop bearing down  (and ensure their hips are well-aligned).
  • If they’re concerned about a diastasis recti  (abdominal separation)...they might need to be  assessed for intra-abdominal pressure and given a  set of targeted exercises.

No matter what questions you hear on a daily basis, Body Ready Method makes it easy to provide proactive, comprehensive care.

The Five Pillars of Pregnancy Support

Get simple tools, easy assessment guides, and simple modification protocols to address common  questions & easy common symptoms.


Is their core optimized, functional, and  supportive? Are they moving in a way that  protects their abdominal muscles and  minimizes the likelihood of a diastasis recti?


Is their upper body mobility optimized for  baby positioning and core strength? Are  they moving in a way that supports their  ability to carry comfortably, all the way to  full-term?


Do they sit all day, deal with chronic back pain, or  consistently “compensate”? Are they carrying in a  way that supports ease and comfort?


Is their pelvis optimized to support a  pregnancy and take on the extra load? Does  it have the mobility and strength required for  that? 


Is their pelvic floor optimized—or is it too  tight, hypermobile, or chronically short? Will  their pelvic floor mobility impact the ease of  their birth? 

Mastering these five areas gives you the tools to guide pregnant people through  challenges, questions, and birth preparation with ease.

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With the Body Ready Method toolkit,

you don’t need to: 

  • Spend thousands on dozens of courses and certifications (we’ve distilled the most  essential & powerful tools from years of training, education, and experience) 
  • Worry that you aren’t asking the right questions (or giving the right answers) to support  your clients in creating their optimal pregnancy & birth experience
  • Second-guess your assessments, recommendations, and level of care

We know that staying on top of new research, developments, and modalities can feel like a full-time job (and you already have one of those—​caring for your clients!).

So, with Body Ready Method, you can get access to everything you need to deepen your practice—​in one single place & in one simple resource. 

Our Happy Partners Say...

I'm a mom of three, a doula, a yoga and fitness professional with over a decade of experience, and I love the OSM program. The exercises are simple and easy to follow. But even more, they are truly purposeful, with a clear focus on building strength and function for pregnancy, birth and life. The videos and the library of information have definitely informed my teaching. And at a fraction of the cost of most professional trainings, I now have ongoing access to an incredible collection of resources. Moms in the pregnancy year and beyond, and professionals working with this population, will greatly benefit from this program. I can't recommend it highly enough.

Melissa Gutierrez Nelson

Our patients love One Strong Mama. We notice that patients who are working through the One Strong Mama program have less restrictions throughout their soft tissues and muscles. Our patients who have dedicated time to One Strong Mama, do not tend to have many complaints or favor certain positions through their pregnancies. As we continue working on balancing their pelvis with chiropractic care and bodywork, having little soft tissue and muscle tightness it makes their visits with us further apart than other patients that are in our office. We highly recommend One Strong Mama to our expecting mamas!

Dr. Jeni Massa

Lindsay is offering a tremendous program from pregnancy and health. She's fun, informed, and on the leading edge of innovation in her movement and exercise program.

Gail Tully

I have many trainings to compare the Body Ready Method to. The BRM is a comprehensive system for working with pregnant people. It gives you a clear framework for working with your clients, whether via building a class series, workshop, working 1-1, or integrating what you’ve learned into your existing practice. What’s different about BRM is that it offers a paradigm that moves beyond “stretching” or “opening the hips”—it looks at the birthing body as a whole system that needs to function well. Everything in the BRM is backed by research and real-life client experiences—it’s solid info, even for people who have plentiful experience working with perinatal clients.

Larissa Parson