AT MasterClass: Pelvic Floor Health Through a Global Lens with Julie Hammond
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- February 26 – 26, 2022
- Online lecture
- This course is intended for Online Course.
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Part of the Anatomy Trains Australian Women’s Health Symposium Live Online
Each two hour MasterClass will be presented live over zoom – we encourage you to join us live! We will have exclusive contests for those who attend live, with fun prizes awarded to the winners. However if you cannot attend live, you can relax in the knowledge that each webinar will be recorded, and the recording will be made available for you to enjoy for 45 days.
Early bird price of $50 USD held until
Jan. 21st, 2022. Jan. 26th, 2022. $75 USD thereafter. Purchase is made in USD, exchange rates apply.
Viewing and Treating Pelvic Floor Health Through a Global Lens, presented by Julie Hammond
Treating pelvic floor/ diaphragm dysfunction should be a multidisciplinary approach with collaboration between health professionals. It involves exercise but not just strengthening exercises, awareness, proprioception, interoception, relaxation. There is always an emotional component that goes with pelvic diaphragm dysfunction that also needs to be addressed. The most common form of incontinence is stress urinary incontinence, which is involuntary loss of urine due to increased pressure from coughing, sneezing or exercise. Pelvic diaphragm dysfunction is often attributed to weakness of the pelvic diaphragm, but this isn’t always the case, there can be weakness or underactivity, there can also be muscle tightness and spasm and overactivity, or it could be due to pelvic dyssynergia where the muscles in the pelvic diaphragm lose coordination.
In this presentation I will explain the beautiful anatomy of the pelvic diaphragm before looking more globally at the bigger picture. A pelvic diaphragm dysfunction isn’t just a pelvic diaphragm problem and often we need to look above and below to give support and take away compression. By understanding your pelvis and its starting point you can then make changes to help strengthen your pelvic diaphragm or learn how to relax it. The workshop will consist of theory and practical applications to fully integrate the information and research that will be discussed.
This workshop is for manual and movement therapists as well as anybody who has an interest in understanding this amazing anatomy.
Saturday, February 26, 2022 Australian Western Standard Time (AWST)
3:00 – 5:00 AM EST US / 4:00 – 6:00 PM AWST AU
About Julie Hammond
Julie Hammond lives in Western Australia with her husband and 3 children. She is Director and lead teacher of Anatomy Trains Australia and has been a bodyworker for the 22 years. She is a certified Anatomy Trains Structural Integration practitioner, organised the first Australian Fascia symposium in 2020 and cofounder of Balancing the Diaphragms. She has a passion for women’s health and due to her love of anatomy, she has participated in many dissections. With a special interest in the feet, pelvis and jaw and is fascinated with the connection between each of these parts of the body and the influence they have on each other. She is currently looking at the connection between pelvic floor health and arch support, or lack of, and how she can help women improve the function of the pelvis from the ground up. She is currently studying medical science.
|Dates||Feb 26 – 26, 2022|
3:00 – 5:00 AM EST / 4:00 – 6:00 PM AWST
|Tuition||Early bird price of $50 USD held until Jan. 21st, 2022. $75 USD thereafter. Purchase is made in USD, exchange rates apply.|
|Cancellation Fee||For cancellations up to 24 hours before the start of the course, full tuition credit to applied towards a future workshop or product. Cancellations within 24 hours before the start of the course, no refunds.|
|Contact||Francesca at 888 546-3747|
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