Join our expert speakers to find out about your pelvic floor. How it works, how best to look after it and how best to fix the common issues that many women experience.
For the price of entry to our webinar you have access to two professionals in their field as well as hearing from Diana who has first hand experience of how damaged pelvic floors can affect your life. So come along and ask the questions that matter to you.
Osteopath, Alex Bidlake-Corser from The Penn Clinic, Hatfield
will talk you through the important parts of your pelvic floor. Osteopath and Clinic Director of The Penn Clinic in Hatfield, qualified from the European School of Osteopathy and holds a Masters degree in Osteopathy.
During her studies Alex developed a focus on preventative care and now enjoys treating a broad range of patients - from babies through all decades to the elderly, using the approach most suited to the individual.
Alex is an ad-hoc lecturer at the London School of Osteopathy. Delivering lectures to masters students to prepare them for their final exams. Prior to the birth of her son, Alex was on the clinical supervision team at the London School of Osteopathy where she tutored senior students in their last 2 years of training to prepare them both for their exams and for life as an osteopath after qualification.
Alex is passionate about research and believes it should under-pin every clinicians' clinical reasoning. She was a member of the Sutherland Cranial College's Research Sub-committee for 2 years.
Alex is currently undertaking a PG Cert at the University College of Osteopathy in London to gain the title of "Specialist Paediatric Osteopathic Practitioner". She is pursuing this qualification to reflect her 8 years of experience working with children and babies.
Grace Lillywhite, Owner of Centred Mums, will be discussing how kegal exercises are not the only thing you can do to exercise their pelvic floor and how just your daily breathing can help.
With the knowledge Grace has accumulated from her continuous professional development, her years of experience working with postnatal women and her own body after having 2 children, she has developed a programme of teaching techniques to improve pelvic floor and abdominal function. She has successfully rehabilitated Diastasis Recti, pelvic floor dysfunction, Pelvic Girdle Pain, sciatica, sacroiliac joint problems, disc issues and general back pain in the pre and postnatal period.
Grace has also taught teacher training workshops for the Pilates Foundation and I was recently honoured to be asked to become part of the Faculty for The Center for Women’s Fitness.
Grace's training has included attending many amazing workshops including; Burrell Education Advanced CPD in Modern Pregnancy Functional Exercise & Birth, How to Teach Active Birth two day course with Janet Balaskas, Pelvic Floor Health & Dysfunction (The Center for Women’s Fitness) and The Pelvic Floor with Judi DiFiore to name a few.
We are honoured to welcome Dianna, a Mum and qualified Nurse Midwife.
Dianna sustained a third degree tear with her first baby. She tells us her honest story of her experience and how it affected her emotionally as well as physically.