Pelvic Health in Pregnancy and Beyond
FREE EDUCATIONAL EVENT
PLS YOGA, and Dr. Amanda Shipley are pleased to invite you to the first of a series of education events on pelvic floor health in pregnancy and beyond, held at Renew Pelvic Health. On February 19th (rescheduled from January 29th), please join us for this free education and information session on pelvic health, yoga therapy, and pregnancy. Topics covered will include
a brief overview of optimal pelvic health, from before our journey into pregnancy and well beyond it
modifications to traditional poses, from a pelvic perspective, for the child-bearing body and labouring body, including yoga practices that support good foetal alignment
basic yoga breathwork and postures to improve non-beneficial conditions and symptoms of dysfunction (including pain, incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, etc.)
yoga as a pathway of care for pelvic disease and dysfunction
the basics of core conditioning for healthy pelvic systems and structures
Suitable for pregnant and postpartum women, but also health practitioners and fellow yoga teachers, who want to support their patients and clients with this information. Spread the word, but space is limited; RSVP is required. For more information, to register for the event (or to receive information about future events, including an upcoming session for (peri-)menopausal women), please fill in the contact form, below. We look forward to hearing from you!
Patricia Schmidt is the founder of PLS YOGA. She is an RYT500hr YA certified yoga teacher, and IAYT Level 1 Yoga Therapist; she specialises in the application of yoga to support pelvic health and wellness. She holds the highest level of training available for yoga for pelvic health, and additional qualifications in yoga for cancer survivors, yoga for prenatal and postpartum women, yoga for hypermobility, and yin yoga.
Dr. Amanda Shipley is the pelvic physical therapist and owner of Renew Pelvic Health in Candler Park, Atlanta, and host of the podcast Kumbay’all: The Whole Woman’s Resource. She is passionate about facilitating wellness in women with pain or dysfunction in the abdominal/pelvic region as well as those who have bowel, bladder, and sexual dysfunction. She helps women treat and prevent these issues using a holistic approach involving manual therapy, guided exercise, and patient education as well as encouraging optimal nutrition, stress management, and self care.
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Renew Pelvic Health
1392 Mclendon Avenue NE
Atlanta, GA 30307
Date and Time:
19 February, 2019; 7-9pm
RSVP required to attend