Level 1 Workshop
A full day to introduce the essentials of an aligned approach to Pelvic Health.
If you are leaking, having to rush to the loo, wearing pads, have pain during sex or just want to maintain good health then come along - this one's for you!
Ladies only - sorry guys, we know you have pelvic floors too.
A day of two parts ...The morning session will focus specifically on pelvic floor and pelvic health issues - the what, where, why, what to do about it. Bring a light lunch and follow that with a wonderfully relaxing MELT Method Workshop, which will offer you a simple self care method to practice at home.
DATE : Saturday 18th August
VENUE: Bridge of Allan Church, Stirling
10.15 - "Down There" Workshop
In this educational workshop we will review how to restore optimal pelvic floor health and why it's important.
We will be focussing on the impact the Alignment has on Pelvic Health and how the Pelvic Floor operates as a member of a team - rather than on it's own.
Leaking and pain are common but not normal, and you CAN do about it. However, Self Care and Discipline is easier if you know what to do AND how you can fit it into your life. So we will be looking at how you stand and walk and move around too.
12.45 - Bring your own Light Lunch
13:30 - 15:30 - MELT Method Workshop
The pelvic floor is part of a whole system that can contribute to (and suffer from) tension, body mal-alignment and dehydrated tissue.
In this session, you will learn how to work indirectly, to restore and rehydrate the connective tissue around your pelvis; so that neural signalling is improved and tensions or pain are released.
MELT is a simple self care technique that you can do at home. I will guide you, using soft balls and squishy rollers to assess where stuck stress is living in your body. And leaving you and your pelvic floor relaxed, hydrated and your body restored.
Level Two Workshop
For those ready to advance their understanding, there is now an opportunity to review a whole body approach to pelvic floor health, over a couple of hours.
We will examine the role of the feet, legs and upper body in promoting and supporting better health for the pelvic floor - the way you stand, walk and move everyday all affect the ability of your pelvic floor to respond to both routine and the special demands that our lives bring to it.
We will reflect on how we feel about that area of the body and how that may be holding us back; and practice techniques to help release and restore your body back to a more stable and nourished state.
You will leave with a set of tools and resources to practice at home and integrate into your daily life.
Remember that leaking and prolapse is not normal and in many cases can be helped.