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Your Pelvic Floor and Core; Pregnancy, Labor, and Beyond, June 23, 2021

Your Pelvic Floor and Core; Pregnancy, Labor, and Beyond,  June 23, 2021

Your Pelvic Floor and Core; Pregnancy, Labor, and Beyond, June 23, 2021

US$75.00
This course includes
59:45 of Course Material (View)
Lifetime access after purchase

Join us for this online class to discuss and learn about the pelvic floor and core during pregnancy, changes in your body, preparing  the pelvis and pelvic floor for Labor and Delivery, and those early days of new parenthood!

June 23, 2021, 6:30-8:30 PM

This class is for first time parents, as well as for those who have delivered previously. We will discuss how the pelvic floor and core work together and provide exercise tips to help develop a supple and toned pelvic floor for labor. Labor, delivery positions and breathwork will be discussed and practiced. 

We will also provide tips and techniques for pelvic floor and abdominal support and care in the early days after the baby  is born, and techniques to assist you in mobility and comfort in your early postpartum days. 

Handouts and a recording of the class will be provided to you after the class. 

Class participants will receive a $20.00 discount on their next appointment with Embody Physiotherapy, whether during pregnancy or after the baby arrives (discount valid for 4 months after the class)

Questions? Email rebecca@embody-pt.com

The instructors
Rebecca Meehan
Instructor
Rebecca is the co-owner and founder of Embody Physiotherapy and Wellness, LLC. After two decades of practicing in orthopedic physical therapy and pelvic health, her passion for holistic wellness, prevention, and integrative health led her to obtain her certification in Medical Therapeutic Yoga and to study Bones for Life, and the Franklin Method. She obtained her yoga certification form the Professional Yoga Therapy Institute and has since taught other healthcare providers through the training. She believes in finding solutions that bridge the gap between rehabilitation and movement out of the clinic for her patients, both through physical therapy and the yoga courses she teaches. Rebecca is a participant with the Birthworkers of Western PA, the American Physical Therapy Association, the APTA Section on Women’s Health, and the Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Association. She holds a degree from the Medical College of Virginia, VCU. When not working with clients, Rebecca enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, bicycling, and grounding herself through cooking and gardening.
Course Material included in this course
  • Course Zoom Link
  • Zoom link
  • Exercise links and support
  • L& D prep exercise, info and early post partum
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