Fed up with those Oops moments?
Join Caroline Arnold for Pfilates Pelvic Floor Training
As women, we believe it is normal to have those "oops moments" well it's not!
Caroline trained with Dr Bruce Crawford, an American, Board Certified Urogynecologist. He developed the Pfilates method through rigorous scientific testing and shown that pelvic floor issues are a fitness problem, not a medical problem.
Our pelvic floor is made up of many muscles that work together with our diaphragm and abdominals and they need to be trained together, just the same as the rest of our body. The PFilates Pelvic Floor Performance Training program is a synthesis of Pilates, plyometrics, and traditional “Kegels.” These methods have been scientifically tested to determine which exercises are most likely to give you the best success at strengthening your pelvic floor muscles.
The PFilates system is a proven method for developing pelvic floor strength. Clinical data collected over 10 years showed, that after four weeks of doing PFilates exercises, patients had a 33% improvement in pelvic floor strength and a 74% overall improvement in bladder symptoms. Yes, that’s right, those are the average results after just FOUR WEEKS of participation!
Dr Crawford found 10 exercises that have been proven to improve pelvic floor strength. I help you find 2 exercises from these 10 to perform 5 minutes twice a day. What is not to like about that!
Want to banish the ‘Oops Moments’?
We are delighted to announce this fabulous 6 week Pfilates pelvic floor training course with you that will be held via Zoom
For the first 4 weeks you will join Caroline on Zoom for an hour each time where she will cover What is the pelvic floor? Why we have issues What are the 10 exercises you can do to stop those oops moments? Finding the best 2 exercises for you How to adapt exercises to engage all of the muscles
There will then be a two week break for you to continue with your exercise with help, support and access to videos in the private Facebook group followed by another Zoom call to catch up and see how everyone is getting on.
The total cost of the course is £60 and the first session is live on Tuesday 3rd November at 6pm