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Healing After Birth: a workshop on bowel & bladder wellness
Healing After Birth: a workshop on bowel & bladder wellness

Saturday 13-15:00, Fall 2023, Date TBD, €99



Healing After Birth: a workshop on bowel & bladder wellness

This workshop is for postpartum mamas who experience leaking or discomfort or other bowel or bladder issues. Learn how to (re)connect with your pelvic floor and sneeze without fear. 😉

Time & Location

Saturday 13-15:00, Fall 2023, Date TBD, €99


About the event

Discover how pregnancy and childbirth can affect your physiology, bowel and bladder function, and pelvic floor health with Britt van Hees, pelvic floor expert. This comprehensive workshop covers the physiological changes that occur during pregnancy and birth, and provides tips and techniques to manage common issues such as incontinence (leaking urine), constipation, and pelvic pain. Whether you're dealing with bladder control issues, struggling with bowel movements, or simply looking to improve your pelvic health, Britt offers practical advice on exercises and lifestyle changes that can make a difference. Don't let pregnancy and childbirth take a toll on your body - arm yourself with the knowledge you need to take control of your pelvic health today.

Who is this workshop for?

This workshop is for moms who want to improve their bowel and bladder health and become more confident in their pelvic floor.

What will you learn?

After this workshop, you will learn how changes in the pelvic floor impact bowel and bladder function from conception through postpartum (and beyond).  Specifically, we cover the:

  • Anatomy and physiology of the pelvic floor as it relates to peeing and pooping
  • Impact of pregnancy and birth on your bowel and bladder function, including issues such as incontinence, constipation, pain and pelvic organ prolapse
  • Techniques to improve awareness and control of your pelvic floor control, contracting and relaxing those 'downstairs' muscles
  • Behavior and lifestyle modifications to improve bladder and bowel function
  • Practical tips and advice for managing bladder and bowel issues during daily activities, such as exercising, lifting, and caring for your newborn
  • Answers to your questions about the pee, poop and pelvic floor during pregnancy, birth and postpartum

What should you bring?

Wear comfortable clothes you can move in and bring a yoga mat (if you have one). Please consider having little ones stay at home, if possible. This way you can fully engage in the workshop and get the most benefit from the valuable information and activities we have planned. Give yourself the gift of undivided attention.

About your teacher:

Britt is a Doctor of Physical Therapy (Samuel Merritt University). She is passionate about pelvic health, with 10 years' experience treating patients with pelvic floor dysfunction, and teaching in university classrooms and community outreach programs. Britt also holds specialties in orthopaedic and manual therapy as a Certified Functional Manual Therapist (Institute of Physical Art) and Board-Certified Orthopaedics Clinical Specialist (American Physical Therapy Association). Additionally, she obtained her Research Science Masters (Vrije Univeristeit) in the study of pelvic floor neuromuscular control along with a grant to publish her work.

Britt lives in Amsterdam with her husband and young daughter. She uses her expertise and friendly approach to make the pelvic floor knowledge accessible, relevant and fun. Britt is passionate about empowering women, especially mothers, to thrive in their pelvic health today and for the future.

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