The Bump Room Webinar Series: Pregnancy related pelvic girdle pain- exercises and resources to offer
Third Party Event
|Specialities||Musculoskeletal Therapy, Pelvic Health & Continence, Pilates, Sports Medicine|
Degree in Biochemistry and then graduated from the Royal College of Surgeons with first class honours in Physiotherapy. Post graduate diploma in Primary Health Care, graphic design and an agricultural certificate! CORU Registered PT0209650
• The fearless visionary.• Teaching Bump Room Classes since 2008.• Qualified as a physiotherapist from Royal College of Surgeons in 2005.• Ailish fulfilled her vision of developing a team of physios in The Bump Room who support each other and share ideas in order to deliver the best classes.• Ailish is passionate about the changes and challenges of motherhood. She is a Motherhood Studies practitioner and continues to study the identity shift that occurs in motherhood.• Mother to 3 children: Niamh, Anna and Maria and proud to Mother an inspiring neurodiverse child• Favourite Quote: “It is not the easy or convenient life for which I search, but the life lived to the edge of all of my possibility” Maryanne Radmacher• Fun Fact: Ailish was a lifeguard on the East Coast of America for 2 summers (Think Baywatch!).• 3 words to describe yourself: Loyal, Brave and Open• My Why- Simple, I want everyone to have great lives especially Mothers: they are the glue keeping everything together. My favourite conversations are where I empower mothers to see what’s really important to them in order to create a life of freedom, power and peace. I believe if Mothers are well, all is well.
|How to Book||Online booking|
|Contact Email||[email protected]|
|Date||24 Oct 2023 19:30 - 24 Oct 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.