How often do you think about your pelvic floor (apart from right now)? Probably not enough. If you are planning pregnancy or in the midst of it, let Susan help you prepare your body (tell you the stuff no one else will).
Why we love this course
In addition to stuffing your face with chocolate (because you are eating for two and don’t let anyone tell you otherwise…), washing tiny white baby bodysuits and trying to stock up on sleep (doesn’t work like that, soz) part of you preparation in pregnancy should be to focus on your pelvic floor. It’s usually the last thing you think about and it might not have even been something you were told about but it’s IMPORTANT. Trust us on this (we have 4 kids between us here at Discoco).
In her fabulously supportive and informative course the super qualified antenatal educator, Susan Bradley, will help you prepare yourself and your pelvic floor for labour and birth, and move into the postnatal period with confidence.
The course that tells you all the stuff no-one talks about when you are pregnant – but you need to know! With pelvic floor exercises, how to reduce the chance of tearing (ouch!) or an episiotomy and how to recover postnatally too. This is all the stuff your midwife doesn’t have time to tell you and your friends don’t want to talk about. But it will help you feel more confident, and have a happier pelvic floor – for the rest of your life. With a blend of evidence based information, practical exercises and tips, and real-life stories from other women.
This is a practical, empowering and nurturing course. Susan, where were you 6 years ago, we neeeeeeded you?!
You should book this course if
You are planning a pregnancy or are currently pregnant or have had a baby in the last 3 months.
What's the format?
- 8 self-paced modules
- Video content and downloadable material
- Guided visualisation to prepare for labour
- Guided relaxation to help you reconnect postnatally
- All your questions answered online by Susan
- A series of printable guides & tracker sheets to keep you on track
The best bits
- Friendly expert advice
- Learn at your own pace
- Online support from Susan
- Bonus material
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