Pelvic Floor Restore Programme – The whole-body method
Are you suffering pelvic floor issues and looking for an exercise class that specifically targets this?
If you are suffering from pelvic pain, prolapse and pelvic floor weakness then this is the class for you
This course is for you if you are suffering from:
- Sneeze pee
- postpartum incontinence
- loss of bladder control after childbirth
- pelvic pain
- urinary incontinence
More than just pelvic floor exercises
If you have been doing pelvic floor strengthening exercises but not seeing any improvement then it’s time to look at your postural habits and how much you move during the day. This will get to the root of the issue and help you regain your strength.
If you want to be able to run, jump and just have a healthy active life then this is the course for you.
You don’t have to put up with incontinence after your baby is born
If you’ve been told that mild incontinence after you have had a baby is normal and not to worry about it, it might surprise you to find out that although common, it is not something that should naturally happen.
If you find that you are still needing to cross-your legs and hope for the best months after your baby has been born or feeling frustrated and fed up because it’s years later and you’re still suffering from incontinence then I can help.
If you’re wondering why this is happening and wanting to be proactive in relieving the problem (scuse the pun!) then this is the course for you.
This programme is unique in it’s approach to pelvic floor issues by looking at all the muscles that affect pelvic floor function, from head to toe. Then, changing postural and lifestyle habits and learning how breathing and alignment affect the function of all the muscles that connect to the pelvic floor.
Getting your pelvis aligned correctly is the key and this is achieved by knowing which muscles need stretching, which need releasing and which need strengthening.
You need to change your lifestyle habits as well as your postural ones
Our modern lifestyle means we do not move our bodies as much as they need to be which results in congestion in the pelvic region. Learning how to move your body better, how to gently improve your mobility and how to apply this to your lifestyle, not just while you are working in class is the key to improving your pelvic floor health, and these strategies will have life-long benefits.
On the whole it is sitting on chairs and sofas less, walking more, and getting a range of movements into your life that will help the well-being and health of your whole body and as a consequence your pelvic floor.
During the course will learn specific exercises that create strength or release tension so you can get your body aligned. You will learn how to adapt these into your everyday life – as one big key is to change the way you move and use your body all the time. Not just rely on a weekly exercise class.