Pregnancy and Exercise - Workshop

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Pregnancy and Exercise - Workshop

Postby BeattitudeFitness » Tue Jan 22, 2019 10:14 am

Women’s Health Workshops We are excited to announce that, from January 2019, we will be hosting a number of specialised health and fitness workshops and seminars at our club. The workshops are designed specifically around women’s health with a focus on safe exercise during particular stages of the women’s lifecycle, such as pregnancy and after birth, and aim to provide the right support and education to ensure successful rehabilitation from many common health concerns that women face.We have partnered up with the lovely Helen Keeble, a specialist pelvic health physiotherapist, who will be running these workshops.
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When: Thursday 24th January 2019
Time: 7:30-9pm
Location: Beattitude Club, 669 Garratt Lane, Earlsfield, SW17 0PB
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Many women put a stop to their fitness regime when they fall pregnant as it’s not easy to find information about how safe it is. Knowing how to exercise safely during pregnancy will give you the confidence you need to be consistent with your fitness, so you don’t have to give up everything you love after all. It’s actually a really great way to prepare yourself for labor and childbirth and is very beneficial for, not only your health, but the baby’s too!
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 What will you learn in the workshop? 
  • The up to date scientific guidelines that are recommended
  • The holistic and realistic approach
  • Why is it good to exercise during pregnancy?
  • How to exercise during pregnancy
  • The dos and don’ts of exercising in pregnancy
  • What might stop you from exercising during pregnancy?
  • What positions are safe to exercise in
  • Physiological changes that happen to the body during pregnancy and their implications on exercising
  • How to handle a diastasis during the pregnancy and after delivery
  • What can you do if you notice some urinary leakage
  • What can you do if you get some low back pain or pelvic girdle pain
  • When to consult your GP/midwife/physiotherapist
  • When and how to return to exercise once you’ve had your baby according to delivery type eg c-section vs vaginal birth
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You will also have the opportunity to ask an experienced women’s health physio, who specialises in women’s health in sport, any questions you have during the session.
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To register your interest and book on follow this link
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A few spaces left on the workshop.
 
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