What you will learn about:
Physiological changes of the mother during pregnancy as they pertain to the musculo-skeletal system
The Birth process: associated risks, potential injuries and considerations relating to return to physical activity / training.
Common post-natal conditions such as abdominal diastasis, stress incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse. How to screen for these conditions and modify your fitness program accordingly.
Optimal alignment and breathing techniques to promote the core connection and healing after having a baby.
Tips on how to help connect post-natal women to their pelvic floor and use it effectively during their fitness sessions and home practice.
C-section recovery and how to work with this group.
Exercise modifications for those breastfeeding and those with pelvic pain.
Top Tips to progress mums back to running/weight training or high impact exercise: When, how soon, how much..?
The course will be hosted by Niamh Burn (Pelvic Health Physiotherapist), Nicki Brown (Specialist pre and postnatal PT, massage therapist and pre/postnatal teacher at Fix / Frame / &Breathe) and Luke Selby - Osteopath, Sports Coach and Director at Fix.
This is a workshop for health and fitness professionals. The course runs at Fix Studio on Wednesday 30th Jan 2019, from 2.00 pm until 4.00pm and costs £25.
A certificate for 2 hours CPD will be issued to all attendees.