Postnatal Pelvic Floor: Movement Snacks Workshop
Join us for a 90 minute workshop focusing on all things movement! As a physical therapist and yoga instructor, we often get asked “what can I do for exercise now that I’ve had my baby” and “how do I progress back to the activities that I love?” In this workshop we break down safe and creative ways to integrate movement and exercise into your day, to keep you feeling empowered and strong. We will end class with a well-balanced yoga flow. You will walk away with a greater understanding of:
- Creative ways to integrate movement “snacks” into your day without setting aside extra time for exercise
- Optimal pelvic floor and core activation
- Body mechanics such as baby wearing, squatting, and hip hinging to keep your body feeling good for the long-haul
- A general outline on returning to activities such as running, lifting, HIIT, etc.
This course is designed for anyone who is in their pregnancy or postpartum journey, and those who are in their pre-pregnancy journey! The intention of this workshop is to create empowerment for mamas through movement and education.
On Demand Course & Live
Live Workshop Option:
Sunday, April 11th
3:00 – 4:30pm CT
On-Demand (Virtual Access for six months)
Ella is a mother, wellness expert and certified yoga teacher E-RYT 200 and RPYT. Her teachings lead and empower you to move your body and believe in yourself through life, pregnancy and motherhood with the power of yoga. She has made it easier than ever to start or maintain your home yoga practice with her membership based yoga platform, Ella Frances Yoga. She has two children and knows first hand how the yoga practice has transformed her life. When she is not on her yoga mat, you can find her cooking in her kitchen or folding mounds of laundry.
Ella Waite, Founder of Ella Frances Yoga
Hannah is a licensed physical therapist, certified yoga teacher RYT 500, and health and wellness enthusiast. She has always been fascinated by anatomy, posture, and bodywork, and how to create healing and transformation through movement and mindfulness. Her clinical physical therapy practice involves helping individuals with orthopedic injuries, working with pregnant and postpartum mamas, and treating pelvic floor conditions. Hannah is passionate about educating anyone with a pelvis to learn more about their pelvic floor. When she is not on her mat or in the clinic, she enjoys spending time with family, traveling, skiing, cycling, and cooking.
Hannah Strom, Physical Therapist DPT RYT