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Speaking Engagements

There is nothing more empowering than a group of women in the same room learning about what their body is capable of. Education is an important part of the process towards function and filling in the gaps in women's health and fitness.

there is a big gap between what women are told to do, what women believe they can do and what is possible for women to achieve.

my goal as an educator and coach...is to fill that gap

it's time for
women
to learn of their true
inner stren

Women

Inner Strength

And I LOVE educating Mamas!

Sometimes I wonder if I missed my calling and should have become a teacher, but I'm grateful I'm able to combine my passion of teaching and coaching with fitness and movement.

I launched my business to be the "Why" trainer because I firmly believe that ALL Mamas deserve better.

What women are told about their bodies or what their bodies are capable of is extremely vague and outdated. Not only that, there is more working out than doing the exercises. Even with good form, if you're not managing intra-abdominal pressure and understand how to do that, you're probably doing more harm than good.

Putting on workshops, seminars, and speaking engagements is how I hope to flip the script and educate moms on the good their body is capable of and the function is it able to achieve.

Hi, I'm Ashton

my upcoming seminars & workshops

Worshop Dates

"You're never too young or too old to learn about how your body was designed to function & create stability"

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Anything

Truthfully, the sky is the limit when it comes to women's core and pelvic floor health and how they pertain to finess and lifestyle.

From youth to active older adults, you're never too young or too old to learn about how your body was designed to function and create stability.

What topics do you present?

Ashton always does a wonderful job presenting to our members and patrons! She is highly educated, always prepared, and very organized. She has a great ability to relay complicated information in a way that is easy for attendees to understand and apply. Her presentations are engaging, vulnerable, relatable, and informative.

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   I highly recommend Ashton to anyone looking for an educator and speaker on the topics of women’s health, fitness, and wellness for all stages of motherhood!  

Greta Giese, Ed D.
Director of the LifeLong Learning & Recreation Center, Sheldon, IA

Anybody

Who do you present for?

Just like the topics, the sky is the limit on who I'll come speak for because everyone needs to know this information regardless if you're a female or male. Women have special considerations and more educating needs to be done.

places & people who come to mind

  • Gym Owners

  • Pelvic Floor PTs

  • Doulas/Midwives

  • College Professors

  • Obstetrician & Family Doctors

  • Chiropractors

  • Mom Groups

  • Maternity & Children's Clothing Store

  • Libraries

  • Cafes

  • Churches

  • Schools

Topic Ideas

  • Understand the core & pelvic floor and how to protect it during exercise

  • Training adjustments during pregnancy

  • Exercise inclusions for labor and delivery

  • How to safely return to exercise postpartum

  • Movement for the day after birth to 6 weeks postpartum

  • What listen to your body means - we hear it, but do you know what that means?

  • How to begin a lifetime of athleticism

  • Exercise form

  • Discussing common pelvic floor and core dysfunctions - diastasis, incontinence, pelvic pain, low back pain, prolapse - and how to adjust movement to improve function

  • Exercise adjustments for those struggling to conceive & undergoing fertility treatments

  • What a return to exercise after pregnancy loss looks like

  • What is mobility and how do I incorporate it?

Again, the sky's the limit, and I would be happy to tailor any topic to fit the needs and wants of you and the individuals you serve

TopicIdea
Workshop Dates

upcoming seminars & workshops

Registration Info

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