Kegels and Cake ®
My September Pelvic Floor Workshop is at The Box, KP Club, Pocklington.
Come and join us for a fun relaxed afternoon learning about you and your Pelvic Floor.
This workshop is for women who are interested to find out more about their pelvic floor. It will be of relevance to every woman, at every life stage, not just Mums. New mums, not so new mums, mums who have waved their babies off out of the nest and those who have never had children.
The talk will go far beyond squeeze and lift, and you will learn about how to get the pelvic floor to do it’s job properly – so that you can be healthy, active and fit. So that for years to come you’ve got a solid, strong and dependable body which does not let you down when you jump, laugh or sneeze!
There will be some practical at the end, (so just wear comfortable clothing, but full on active wear is not essential), so that you can walk out of the session knowing how to connect with your pelvic floor and co-ordinate it with the rest of your core.
How do I book?
Simply book your place for only £17 by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or directly here;
All women with a pelvic floor welcome.
Feedback from a recent workshop:
” A very informative evening. Lot’s of things to think about, thank you”
” Excellent and very informative in a relaxed atmosphere- recommended”
“Informative and left me wanting to know more”
“Very informative evening.Put across in a relaxed way, thank you”
Release and Let it Go.
Forget ‘stretching’, let’s RELEASE AND RE-ALIGN!
Aches, pains and changes to one’s posture are a standard part of the Pregnancy to Post Natal life phase and indeed the life of any woman and any women simply ‘put up’ with muscular aches and pains when there are simple, time effective, self-care solutions available to everyone. Poor sitting and standing postures build unwanted pressure through the Core and keep muscles in a position that’s unhelpful when we want our bodies to function, pain-free and optimally.
How would like the opportunity to lie down, stretch and massage out those tight muscles?
Join us for our Release Workshop where you can learn simple, time effective, self-care solutions available to ‘release’ muscular tension that draw on self-massage, myofascial movement, Yoga and Pilates traditions.
It also involves simple meditation strategies and essential Pelvic Floor and nervous system down-training which, we all know, is just as important as ‘doing the work’.