An introductory workshop for women to help you understand, nourish, support and maintain your pelvic health.
Learn What’s Normal
Understand how your body is designed to function and how it can change with pain, pregnancy, childbirth, surgery or injury. The workshop will cover pelvic anatomy and physiology, what’s normal and what’s not at each age and stage.
We also talk about what happens when you experience one or more of these regularly:
- Leak when you run, jump, cough or sneeze?
- Find yourself rushing to the loo all the time?
- Experience pain or tightness in your hips, pelvis or low back?
-Shallow or restricted breathing?
- Know things “down there” are just not quite right?
It’s Not All About Kegels
In this workshop, you will learn what to do to improve your pelvic floor function, and how to do it. You will be guided through a gentle “Not Yoga” movement class where you can experience how the pelvic floor muscles work with your breath and whole-body movement (so much more than just isolating the pelvic floor muscles with “kegel” exercises!)
Payment required at time of booking to secure your place.
How to Book
Limited spots available! To book, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 021 996709.
About The Teachers
Bernadette Nolan is a Pelvic Health & Women’s Physiotherapist with years of experience in the field of pelvic health. For more information on Bernadette please visit the Hawke's Bay Pelvic Physio website.
Sarah McAllum is a Certified Feldenkrais practitioner and Movement Coach who meets you where you are at and can help you reconnect with your body, breath, posture and movement. For more information visit the Movement Works website.
Both Bernadette and Sarah are passionate about helping women to reclaim their pelvic power in a sensitive, safe and relaxed environment.
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