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Session:  Pelvic and Back Health for Career Longevity, Returning from Injury and Postpartum
This workshop will provide a strong, basic understanding of the anatomy and function of the pelvic floor, and how it works with the rest of the inner core. Connect with your pelvic floor and learn how to integrate it into your functional activities. This will enable you to perform effortful activity more safely, reducing the risk of low back or hip injury, and protecting against the development of genitourinary symptoms such as incontinence. The relationship between the pelvic floor, trauma, and emotions will be discussed. The physical practice in this workshop is simple and accessible to persons of various physical capabilities.

Nov 9, 2020 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Michelle Fraser, BA, BScPT, FCAMPT, CYT, Med
PT Orthopaedic and Pelvic Health Physiotherapist, Certified Yoga Instructor @Fraser Pelvic Health
Michelle is a pelvic health advocate and educator who works with persons of all genders experiencing pelvic floor dysfunction or interested in understanding the complexities of pelvic health, with specific interest in the intersection of menopause, trauma, global health, and of the LGBTQ+ community.  She is on a mission to empower people in Canada and internationally to take charge of their pelvic health, which can often be a life changing experience for anyone who has suffered pelvic health dysfunction.   In addition to being an orthopaedic and pelvic health physiotherapist, Michelle is a certified yoga instructor, enriching her finely tuned treatment methods with yogic philosophy and the benefits of mindful movement.  Her office is located within Octopus Garden Yoga Studio, in Toronto, Ontario. She helps physiotherapists understand how to evolve towards LGBTQ+ positive and trauma-informed practice. fraserpelvichealth.com