Monday 16th July 2018 7pm-9pm
An fun and informative evening event for mums to be in Crouch End @Project ME. 6 pregnancy and postnatal experts including the hypnobirthing midwife, the yoga doc and nutritionist Jodie Abrahams and me! Maternity Physio will give our tips and techniques on how to empower yourself for a successful birth experience and how to recover in the best way possible. There will be lots of info on hypnobirthing, nutrition, yoga, pelvic floor/abdominals, placenta encapsulation and reflexology to take away. All proceeds go to charity and its a great way to meet up with other mamas in the area.
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Saturday 23rd June 2018
BEYOND BIRTH- Preparing for a strong energised and calm post-natal period
Saturday June 23rd 10.30am-12.30pm @ProjectMe, Crouch End
£30 + booking fee, Tickets available HERE
Drinks and Snacks included!
A two hour workshop with 3 experienced pregnancy and post-natal practitioners. The morning will provide you with practical tools to prepare for a healthy post-natal period – physically, functionally and with a positive, empowered mindset.
Niamh Burn – Maternity Physio
A womens health physio dedicated to mums and mums to be based in Crouch End and Hackney. A mum of 3 herself and well aware of the physical demands associated with pregnancy and postnatal early days. She is passionate about helping mums achieve a comfortable pregnancy and straightforward post-natal period. With advice on how to prep for birth and optimise your recovery.
Niamh will offer you information on how to achieve good pelvic floor and abdominal rehabilitation and find the right track back to strength and full function (whatever that is for YOU) without any issues. Also a few things to look out for along your journey.
Jodie Abrahams – Nutritionist
A registered Nutritionist and Nutritional Therapist (MBANT, CNHC), Jodie takes a holistic approach, supporting women to feel their best through tailor made, realistic changes to diet and lifestyle. Jodie specialises in supporting women’s health at different life stages, in particular pregnancy and the post-natal period.
Jodie will outline the key foods that help to support recovery and healing after birth, some important nutrients to include in your diet for healthy milk supply and practical tips on how to eat to stay energised (on minimal sleep!). She will also cover ways that nutrition and lifestyle habits can prevent and help to alleviate some of the most common post-natal complaints.
Anthonissa Moger – Hypnobirthing Teacher
A qualified midwife and Hypnobirthing teacher, Anthonissa has taught over 400 families, empowering them to enjoy more positive birth experiences. Anthonissa is also a qualified pregnancy yoga teacher and kundalini yoga teacher. She brings together the best from modern science, midwifery and holistic practices throughout her classes.
Learn about the power of Hypnobirthing with an introduction to the science which supports it and one of the most powerful breathing techniques. This can be used by any and every mother no matter whether you are planning a homebirth or to keep you calm during an elective Caesarean birth. The technique is also ideal for supporting a calm and positive post-natal mindset.
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COACHING THE POST-NATAL CLIENT
Weds 30th 1-2.30
A 2 hour workshop for Fitness Professionals and Personal Trainers focussing on safe and effective management of post-natal fitness clients.
This evidence-based interactive session will provide key tips and skills to help you improve your work with this important client group and a certificate for 2 hours CPD will be provided.
Get ready to up your game!
Would you like to deepen your knowledge of post-natal rehab?
Are you keen to help and retain these clients and improve word of mouth recommendations?
How can you best help new mums safely connect back to their core foundations so they feel stronger and stay injury free ?
Join us to explore how to progress women safely and effectively back from pregnancy and childbirth, to the level of fitness they strive for
Significant alteration to muscle composition, ligamentous laxity, joint stability, blood volume, visceral tone and a host of other important body processes means safe and effective coaching of a post-partum client requires skill and a sound knowledge base. This course aims to provide a basic understanding of key areas relevant to the general personal trainer/fitness professional .
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.