Saturday 18th May 2.00 – 5.00 pm £60 per person
To book please contact Carla4coaching@aol.com or 07799 895758
This 3 hour workshop will empower you with knowledge and understanding of all things Pelvic Floor. A fun and interactive afternoon of blended learning to include presentations, group chat, practising Pelvic Floor exercises both stationary and with movement and how to relax the pelvic floor.
Aimed at all women who already have a few issues and those looking to avoid such issues. Especially useful for ladies who have had a hysterectomy.
What and where is your pelvic floor
How the pelvic floor affects you Core
Interaction of breath, core and pelvic floor
The role of posture
Understanding Intra-Abdominal Pressure
Prolapse – if you have / want to try and avoid
Finding the correct muscles and correct contraction of the pelvic floor group
Weak and underactive pelvic floor vs overtight pelvic floor
Bladder health and pelvic pain symptoms inc over active bladder, interstitial cystitis and stress incontinence.
How to activate your pelvic floor properly
Pelvic floor loading vs pelvic floor protection
Bowel health and implications of constipation
How position is everything
Exercise and the pelvic floor
Menopause and the pelvic floor
Clothing, Lubricants and Women’s Health Physio referrals
The afternoon is aimed at a small groups of ladies in a confidential, nurturing environment.
Pre-screening is required for this workshop. This will be by a phone call and then some paperwork 07799 895758. I just need to check that I don’t need to say Go see a Women Health Physio before you come to me, so nothing to worry about.
As a Personal Trainer and Pilates instructor you get to know what people want,and over the last 15 years the one thing that kept cropping up in whispers and hushed tones was leaky pelvic floors, the embarrassment and distress you felt, feeling that you are the only one. Well I can assure you; you are not alone. It is reckoned that 1 in 3 women off all ages has some kind of stress incontinence with their pelvic floor and wearing a pad is not the long term solution.