This program is for you if...

  • You are hypermobile, pregnant, postpartum, or experience recurring low back pain due to SI joint dysfunction

  • You find yourself wasting money on traditional PT, chiro, stretches, and massages with no lasting results

  • You have never been given exercises to maintain the adjustments your provider has made or if you need accountability to complete home exercises

  • If you are committed to resolving this pain for yourself without relying on others for a "quick fix"

Course Content

This course will not only provide you with 30+ exercise videos, but it will also include significant education, anatomical explanations, and pre/post testing to see the progress you have made. We will be addressing the ROOT cause of your pain so that we can accomplish lasting results. Check out examples of the exercises in each phase!

    1. What Does SIJ Dysfunction Feel Like?

    2. Habitual Patterns & Helpful Reminders

    1. Bony Structures

    2. Supporting Muscles

    1. Bridge

    2. Single Leg Stand

    1. Self-Correction

    2. Pelvic Tilt & Mini Bridge

    3. Leg Slides

    4. Supine Clamshell with Band

    1. Heel Lifts

    2. Opposite Reach

    3. Side Plank

    4. Sidelying Adduction

    5. Bird Dog

    6. Tabletop on Ball

    7. Hip Hike

    8. Rainbows


  • $129.00
  • 30+ videos & explanations with unlimited access ($720 value)
  • Online form check & communication with Dr. Madeline
  • Accountability Checklist & Program Guideline


Dr. Madeline Hoffner

Dr. Madeline graduated from University of Maryland- Baltimore with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2018. She has been a certified Pilates instructor for over 10 years and now runs her own Pilates-Based physical therapy clinic in Annapolis, MD. She feels passionately about using core strength and joint stability to maximize postural awareness and decrease daily tensions.


"I have Hypermobile Ehlers Danlos Syndrome, which has contributed to chronic pain and instability in several joints. I know first hand what it feels like to have SI joint pain and I know exactly what to do about it. I have worked hard to re-train my pelvic stabilizers so that I no longer experience strain & tension on these joints. I am excited to share my process and create long-term solutions for you!"

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