The Bump Room Webinar Series: Pregnancy related pelvic girdle pain- exercises and resources to offer

Third Party Event

Venue Online (zoom)
City N/A
County Tipperary
Contact Hours 1.5
Event Type Lecture
Specialities Musculoskeletal Therapy, Pain Management, Pelvic Health & Continence, Pilates
Presenter Details Ailish is the co-founder of The Bump Room and has been teaching bump room classes since 2008. Ailish is a specialist in how to deliver effective and content rich classes that flow and meet the needs of the pregnant women. Currently, over 8000 women have attended bump room classes. Ailish strives to create collaborative learning within the team to improve the systems and the experience for the women. Ailish believes passionately that physiotherapists are already perfectly skilled and placed to deliver safe and effective classes to this special population. She has completed a number of coaching courses to elevate her communication and mentoring skills.
Refreshments Included No
Free Event No
How to Book Online booking
Booking Link
Contact Person Fiona
Contact Email [email protected]
Date 8 Mar 2023 19:30 - 8 Mar 2023 21:00

Currently the research on Pelvic girdle pain is non-specific about the type of exercises to include. This can lead to uncertainty when dealing with it in a class setting and a reluctance for women to continue to exercise. We know 1/10 in women will develop chronic pain as a result of pregnancy related pelvic girdle pain.

In this webinar, you learn:

✅ The current evidence-based knowledge about pregnancy-related pelvic girdle pain.
✅ To reframe your narrative about PGP to align with the clinical evidence (words are powerful!)
✅ Specific and inclusive exercises to use as modifications for women experiencing PGP in a class setting.
✅ List of resources to direct women towards.


This webinar is delivered across Zoom.

✅ Recording is sent after webinar and available for one month.
✅ PDF of webinar slides available after webinar.

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