PELVIC FLOOR 101 FOR ATHLETES

pelvic floor training/education for lifting, postpartum core and functional training 

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SAVE THE DATE: SATURDAY, SEPT 29 3PM-4PM.
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The Pelvic Floor muscles are an underestimated yet important function for men and women in daily, functional movements and training. 

The pelvic floor is a layer of muscle that supports the pelvic organs (Bladder, bowel and uterus) and spans the bottom of the pelvis stretching from the tailbone to the pubic bone. Though highly associated with females and postpartum core, the pelvic floor is just as an important muscle for males especially in lifting and functional training. 

On Sept 29th, Pelvic Floor specialist Julie Bagshaw from Vital Physiotherapy and Wellness will be leading a lecture and discussion on increasing strength by learning about your pelvic floor and about possible dysfunctions you may not even be aware of! In this seminar you will learn:

  • Signs of pelvic floor dysfunction & what to do
  • Postpartum core re-training
  • Should you be doing kegels (Hint: they are not right for everyone!)
  • How to leverage and protect the pelvic floor during heavy lifts & double unders
  • How to properly stretch/strengthen your pelvic floor

The seminar will be $5+Tax for members of the Academy of Lions (Must have an active membership) and $10+tax for non-members. Proceeds for this seminar will be going towards the New Mom Project, a charity organization with a mission to support marginalized families with basic baby necessities for a great and loving start. 

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 Julie Bagshaw  She is known as a passionate and caring pelvic physiotherapist with experience treating a broad range of orthopedic conditions. She has now fully dedicated her time towards her passion of helping individuals with pelvic floor conditions.  She has advanced training in treating rectus diastasis, incontinence, prolapse, pelvic girdle pain, labour and delivery preparation and pregnancy related dysfunction. Julie has further focused her training in the areas of pediatric pelvic floor conditions and managing pelvic floor dysfunction for high intensity athletes (e.g. crossfit, bootcamp).

Julie Bagshaw

She is known as a passionate and caring pelvic physiotherapist with experience treating a broad range of orthopedic conditions. She has now fully dedicated her time towards her passion of helping individuals with pelvic floor conditions.

She has advanced training in treating rectus diastasis, incontinence, prolapse, pelvic girdle pain, labour and delivery preparation and pregnancy related dysfunction. Julie has further focused her training in the areas of pediatric pelvic floor conditions and managing pelvic floor dysfunction for high intensity athletes (e.g. crossfit, bootcamp).