Online Pelvic Floor CEU Class
3hr Course for Wellness Professionals
Who needs pelvic floor training?
From bodybuilders, yoga students and postpartum women to the aging client, everyone benefits from pelvic floor training.
Strengthening the pelvic floor is more than just kegels and incontinence; it’s also essential for low back and hip stability.
Then strengthen your pelvic floor.
Does your client have to run to the restroom before their workout or before they perform heavy lifts, dynamic yoga positions or plyometrics? Do they need regular adjustments to put their pelvis back inline? Does their back ache after standing or travel? Then you know your client needs pelvic floor training without even having to ask.
Not only will pelvic floor training enhance your client’s overall mental and physical functioning, but a strong pelvic floor will also prevent low back, hip and SI joint pain. Protect your client from future injury by correctly strengthening their pelvic floor. The next time they take a 5 hour plane flight, burst out into laughter or swing a golf club without worry, they will be incredibly grateful for your expert training! Pelvic floor work needs to be a part of every functional exercise program, so let’s start training it today.
$60 Investment in Learning
20 New Exercise Incorporated in the Class for Immediate Application
Email Questions to: Sarah@CoreExerciseSolutions.com
Course is certified through the PMA and NASM.
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What people are saying about Sarah’s Pelvic Floor CEU class.
Sarah is very organized and informative. Her research is thoroughly and critically examined. I appreciated her corrective exercises and learned much about my own body. Her approach to exercise and movement will change the industry.
Maryellen Gibson, Pilates Instructor, RN
Sarah has incredible knowledge, experience and enthusiasm, as well as a great desire to help others learn to best care for clients.
Alice B. Smith, OT
In Pilates we always cue the pelvic floor, but we don’t talk about how to integrate it with full body dynamic movement. This workshop was extremely helpful in explaining how to do that.
Katie Sovenyhazy, www.PilatesofCharleston.com
Having taught movement for over fifteen years, I am amazed at how much I always learn from Sarah. She is by far my favorite anatomy workshop facilitator. After this workshop specifically, I am breathing in a more full and grounded way and feel more attuned to my pelvic floor and diaphragm.
Katie Ashley, yoga teacher, Pilates instructor, Mentor and Writer at www.KatieAshley.org
I love the Eastern Medicine Philosophy in Sarah’s pelvic floor class and how she shows the interconnections between every part of the body.
Fun, dynamic lessons on how to move your body in safe, smart ways and how to improve your knowledge of the pelvic floor and ability to transfer to clients more efficiently.
Kim Miles, Owner The Mindful Body Pilates Studio www.themindfulbody.com
I really appreciated the hands on demonstrations, which were soundly and effectively presented though research studies and science. I learned a lot!
Caroline H. Brennan
I love Sarah’s clinical study turned practical application approach. She breaks down scientific jargon into client related issues and exercises. Plus her hands on approach effectively cues clients toward quick physical goals.
Sarah Carmical, CPT www.PerfectlyFitCharleston.com
Sarah’s knowledge of the body never ceases to amaze me. She was able to instruct about the pelvic floor in a way that I will be able to translate easily to many of my clients in a personal training setting, enabling them to be more effective in their workouts. Without fundamentals such as this, gross motor patterns are not nearly as effective and may eventually result in injury and imbalances.
Meredith Nelson, Med, ACE, AFAA, TPI, Owner or Prime Time Fitness www.PrimeTimeFit.net
Sarah is very easy to understand. She breaks down difficult concepts into easy to digest parts. Lots of food for thought after her class!
Tia Stanley, Pilates Instructor, CPT www.CenteredTraining.com
Sarah’s Pelvic Floor Class is functional, dynamic and integrates the whole body, truly connecting the pelvic floor, diaphragm and deep core.
Jocelyn G. Nugent, Pilates Instructor and Studio Owner
Training the Pelvic Floor Course Syllabus
- Students will learn assessment tools and corrective exercises to immediately implement in their fitness programs.
- Students will take away a deeper understanding of how the pelvic floor functions with the kinetic chain and why we need more than just kegels to build lasting strength, especially for development of an automatic response.
- Students will understand how the diaphragm, core and hips play an important role in pelvic floor strength.
- Learn how to communicate pelvic floor training to clients in a professional manner while making it fun and easy to understand
- Identify basic pelvic floor anatomy and surrounding structures that influence the pelvic floor
- Gain an overview of the kinetic chain and how it turns on or off the pelvic floor
- Explain the influence of the core on the pelvic floor and identify exercises to train the core for pelvic floor firing
- Learn the best core training exercises and which exercises have a negative effect on the pelvic floor
- Understand the positive and negative effects of different postural positions on the functioning of the pelvic floor
- Learn the optimal postural positioning for pelvic floor firing and common limitation clients might have in adapting to that posture
- Demonstrate key exercises to enhance postural adaptation
- Explain how the diaphragm influences the pelvic floor
- Demonstrate a correct breathing pattern and timing with the pelvic floor
- Learn the best exercises for promoting correct diaphragm function and contraindications to certain diaphragm intensive positions
- Learn the importance of balloon training for the diaphragm and how it stresses the pelvic floor
- Understand the influences of the hip musculature to pelvic floor firing
- Learn how to identify weaknesses in the hip musculature and proper execution of corrective exercises to promote correct hip muscle firing
- Review technique on all exercises covered to ensure optimal execution