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Secret Women’s Business – An information Session about the Pelvic Floor and Bladder runs for 3 ½ hours. There are options to do a Saturday afternoon workshop from 1-4.30pm or Monday evening 6-9pm. Workshops currently running from Menai and Harrington Park. Group bookings available if you have 10 or more ladies who would like us to run a private workshop!
What will you learn?
You will learn all about the pelvic floor, how it works and the basic anatomy. You will learn all about the bladder – why it sometimes empties inappropriately or leaks at the wrong time, and how to fix it. You will learn all about the bowel and what is normal and why it can play such an important role in damaging our pelvic floor and aggravating our bladder. We learn about the different types of prolapse, what happens with surgery and why strengthening is critical to ensure surgical success. And of course we will learn how to keep the pelvic floor strong during everyday activities, correct abdominal technique and core training advice and demonstrations.
Who should attend?
Secret Women’s Business is appropriate for all women. It gives strategies to care for your pelvic floor to keep it healthy, or to bring it back to tip top shape.
Attending these information sessions are women who are post baby, peri or post menopausal women, pre and post surgery, women with varying degrees of prolapse, those with stress incontinence or bladder issues, bowel constipation or incontinence, and women either pregnant or planning a baby… to name a few! For those women without issues, it is a great way to educate yourself to stay strong and healthy.
Cost: $110 Physiotherapy receipts will be issued on the day for private health fund rebate
Or $180 includes a private physiotherapy consultation with a women’s health physiotherapist to tailor management strategies specifically to your needs. Program booklets and afternoon tea included.
Workshop Presenters are Physiotherapists: Natasha O’Brien, Amy O’Mara and Rachael Wiltshire