Join our National Pilates Training faculty educator Helen New on a journey on Pilates for Postnatal Rehabilitation.
Pregnancy is one of the most amazing experiences a female human body can experience – but unfortunately the extra load and expansion can leave some undesirable postnatal effects.
One in three mothers will experience incontinence, and up to 50% have diastasis rectus abdominis (DRA) immediately postpartum. Weakness in these areas, together with other hormonal and postural changes and the constant feeding and carrying of a newborn, can lead to a new mother feeling physically and mentally vulnerable.
It’s therefore imperative for movement specialists to be very sensitive to mothers’ needs and be able to prescribe and effectively instruct optimal postnatal rehabilitation exercises.
The workshop will provide participants with increased theoretical knowledge and practical application, including: