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Do you want to learn more about the full-body approach to pelvic floor rehab, because you’re doubting your abilities to be able to explain to clients that everything from the foot to the neck is connected…?
Have you heard that Kegels aren’t suitable for all clients but need more clarity on when Kegels are ok, and when they’re not?
Ever wondered why no matter what exercises you prescribe, some pelvic floor clients get relief from their symptoms really quickly, whereas other clients don’t?
Want to simplify your approach to pelvic floor rehab and build your confidence with this client group, so that you’ll never be unsure of which movements to do with what pelvic floor clients when, ever again?
The best thing for me was the realisation that I had got it so wrong about pelvic floor/dysfunction! The Your Pelvic Matters training has been a revelation and a learning curve/journey that I have taken willing clients and class members on too and the feedback from them (and me) is thank you for opening my eyes and feeding my brain Claire!
Claire’s easy-to-follow, step-by-step approach for clients makes teaching this important client group seamless. The support from Claire through my teaching journey has been incredible and I can’t thank her enough! I would highly recommend Your Pelvic Matters to anyone interested in teaching clients to improve their pelvic floor health.
What I’m really enjoying about the Your Pelvic Matters program is your attention to detail of the subject matter, Claire. You spell out the most complicated of theories in the most effortless and easy-to-understand ways. Thank you so much – it gives me so much more confidence when passing on this newfound knowledge to clients.
Last week we got through the whole of your suggested first class lesson plan, Claire. But this week, just 3 exercises, so it felt a bit like I hadn’t done enough but the feedback was great! In fact one client said she liked how it was less things to do because she’d done a previous course with someone else and got overwhelmed with all the stuff. Whereas she felt able to do the work with this course!