Pelvic Floor Health

Hills Yoga Castle Hill

Pelvic Floor Educational Talk: FREE

Saturday 24 August |  1.00-1.30pm


BOOKING REQUIRED CALL 0406 501 509 or email 

 

This session is packed with powerful information that is vital to your pelvic floor health. You will discover:
 

  • How your pelvic muscles & organs are positioned

  • How you can preserve pelvic floor health

  • How to keep your pelvic floor safe

  • How your pelvic floor is affected by childbirth

  • How real time ultrasound can help you to contract your pelvic floor correctly

  • How your pelvic floor can ensure great bladder control

  • Where your pelvic floor muscles & organs are located

Course:


Included: course, resource booklet & real time ultrasound scans.

Saturday 21 September 1.30 - 6.00pm

This program is suitable for anyone who is interested in long term pelvic floor health. 


 

This short course is evidence-based and designed to improve and maintain the strength and function of your pelvic floor.

During this program you will learn from Kathi Janssens (Discreetly Fit), a highly skilled exercise therapist, a unique and effective pelvic floor muscle strengthening technique with the aid of real time ultrasound. You will also learn important practical skills, so you can encourage effective pelvic floor function and protect it from lifestyle induced stress. 

What you will get from this program:

  • Feel healthy, confident and free in all situations

  • Be active with great bladder control

  • Run, jump, sneeze, cough and laugh unreservedly          

  • Avoid prolapse

  • Teach great pelvic floor habits to your family

  • Healthy pelvic floor during all phases of your life

  • And more...

"I was so impressed, I decided to take the time to tell you about my experience.

WOW! I was blown away by the detailed information I was provided with by Kathi Janssens,

and by her wonderful humorous and sensitive way in relating it. At the conclusion I felt empowered

and better equipped to manage the health of my pelvic floor effectively."

 

Karen Todman