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Are you a pregnancy yoga teacher wanting to add some variety and “wow” moments , learn advanced sequencing for your classes?

Do you fear that lady coming in with pelvic pain or hyper mobility?

Learn how to add Pilates based exercises for global strength in pregnancy.

Learn about pelvic floor dysfunction in pregnancy and how to prepare women to birth ?

Learn amazing myofascial release techniques for pregnancy which will take your classes from “that was nice ” to wow that was incredible” and have your clients booking in for the next block straight away !

Review and learn new ways to optimise foetal positioning and help educate your ladies in ways to have an easier birth through moment and preparing the pelvis and body to birth .

Advance Pregnancy CPD is here!

This pregnancy CPD is the second in a series of advanced teacher training courses for yoga teachers or healthcare professionals wishing to learn more about women’s health yoga , Pilates and elements of hypopressives for pelvic health .

This is a 2 day CPD accredited through yoga alliance professionals running as an live online course on Friday 27th January & Saturday 28th January 2023

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Once completing the course you will have the skills to add a variety of sequencing for your pregnancy classes. You will also confidently understand pregnancy issues that mums may refer to or ask your advice about and when to refer into other professionals to help .

This advanced pregnancy CPD will teach you :

⭐ Introducing the pregnant core and how we can use our breath, positioning and stability work to improve pregnancy related discomforts and pelvic floor dysfunctions.

⭐ Pelvic anatomy , ligaments, muscles and how lifestyle advice and yoga and pelvis balancing can help with optimal foetal positioning.

⭐ Preparing the pelvic floor for birthing and how to stretch, release and balance the pelvic floor and pelvis before birth and how this can help improve foetal position and birth experience.

⭐ Myofascial release for pregnant client and how to integrate into your classes

⭐ Rebozo for birthing and improving comfort and position of baby.

⭐ Sequencing for breech babies, sequencing for pelvic girdle pain – integrating some stability work ( e.g.. Pilates and hypopressives for pregnancy )

⭐ Sequencing to help improve back , neck and shoulder discomfort.

⭐ Advice around preventing diastasis.

⭐ Introduction to biomechanics of birthing including forward leaning position, side lying release , lifestyle advice and how to weave this information into your classes.

About Your Trainer

Rosie Taylor Bsc ( hons ), Msc Physiotherapy , MCSP

Rosie has over 13 years experience of working as a physiotherapist. She has worked in the NHS, private practice and for charity sectors. For the past 6 years she has worked independently as a physiotherapist and yoga teacher running retreats all over the world , workshops and seeing musculoskeletal and pre / postnatal women for physiotherapy.   She is also a 500 hr Yoga Alliance qualified teacher, an APPI (Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute) instructor with additional qualifications in Prenatal/Postnatal Pilates, Yoga, Baby Massage and Baby Swim teaching.

Rosie is a  Mummy MOT practitioner ( see ) and has completed training withe POGP in management of female incontinence issues and prolapse. In addition, Rosie has completed specialist raining in Advanced Pregnancy and Postnatal Fitness Prescription with Burrell Education and more recently has qualified as a level 2 hypopressives trainer with the International Hypopressives council. She is also trained in myofascial release treatment for prolapse , having completed training with Anna Crowle . This is a new way of treating prolapse using a biotensegrity model approach , releasing tension and scar tissue in the perineum and pelvic floor , abdomen , hips and then following up with hypopressives , rather than applying more and more tension with traditional kegal exercises.

Rosie also works as a pelvic health and musculoskeletal physiotherapist at Spire Norwich and regularly works as an associate tutor at The University of East Anglia , on the BSc and MSc Physiotherapy courses.

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