This 3-part educational workshop series will be lead by Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist Leah Stacjer from Pulse Physiotherapy.
The first video will include a 5 minute educational session where Leah explains what the pelvic floor is, some common dysfunctions you may experience if you have a tight or weak pelvic floor, and why it’s so important to address it in pregnancy and post-partum.
The second video will take you through pelvic floor stretches that you can incorporate during pregnancy to help engage and relax the pelvic floor to prepare for child birth.
The third and last video will take you through exercises to help you recover and strengthen your pelvic floor after the baby is born.
This series is perfect for you if you are new to Pelvic Floor Health and have any dysfunctions like incontinence, pain during sex, prolapse, etc. or just want to prevent any of these conditions from occurring.
You can find more about Leah by checking out our About page.
*Please make sure to read the disclaimer before engaging in any exercise or activity discussed in these videos. They are meant for educational purposes only. They are not meant to diagnose or treat specific conditions. Please see a health-care practitioner to be accurately assessed and treated.
Day 1: Pelvic Floor Educational WorkshopLeah Stacjer, Register Pelvic Health Physiotherapist explains what the pelvic floor is and why it's important to take care of it.
Day 2: Prenatal Stretches – Pelvic Floor EducationLeah goes through prenatal stretches to help engage and relax your pelvic floor before child birth.
Day 3: Postnatal Exercises – Pelvic Floor EducationLeah teaches you how to engage and strengthen your pelvic floor after you've given birth.