No dates currently available. I have run two of these workshops previously and am working on a date for 2019. Do contact me if you'd like to be informed when I have a date organised.
2019 date to be confirmed
Weston Methodist Church, Newbridge Hill
"I learnt so many fantastic tips about the body's core, pelvic alignment and even how to breathe and stand properly. It's made me really
aware of some bad habits that need to change and how much of a difference they will make in the short and long term. A fabulous morning, thoroughly recomend!" Jemma
So many of us are walking around with bodies that don't allow us to live our lives fully.
This workshop will serve you if...
You want a stronger, better functioning core
You're keen to use whole body approaches to self heal your body
You like the idea of moving towards good health 24 hours a day, not just once a week 'in class'
You have a diastasis recti (tummy gap) that may be causing a 'mummy tummy'
You have nagging low back pain all the time, or during or after exercise
You suffer from stress incontinence on exertion (like when you cough, sneeze, run or jump (this is not normal!)
You've been diagnosed with a low level prolapse
You just want a body that feels good and lets you do the things you love
Perhaps you've had a baby recently (or maybe 20 years ago) and you still feel not fully 'back together'. Kegels (pelvic floor exercises) are not the whole
picture. Neither are sit ups (in fact perhaps they shouldn't be part of the picture at all!).
This workshop will take you through a basic understanding of what we understand to be the core and how it fits into the bigger picture of the amazingly complex
system that we call a body.
You'll see that what you eat, how you breath, move and sit all effect your pelvic floor and core health and will leave armed with many simple, doable techniques and
tips to help you have a body you love and that doesn't let you down.
I'll be sharing my knowledge of the core and pelvic health through training with Jenny Burrell and the
work of Katy Bowman and Amy Stein (among others) and grounded in the modern understanding of anatomy and myofascia (muscle) of the body
through training with Gary Carter.