Baby Bowen and Postnatal Recovery Event

Posted by Eventbrite for Organizers on Wednesday, July 26, 2017

 

Details

This event is a one-hour event that will be in three parts:

First will be Claire Cleaver from The Healing Practice who will talk for 20 minutes teaching Baby Bowen technique. It is a gentle treatment with a series of moves on baby’s back and chest area and can assist and relieve physical discomfort with retained air in baby’s gut, aka wind/colic. Baby Bowen aids with slow bowel movements and unresolved physical issues affecting the baby as the result of a difficult or prolonged birth. Mums will easily learn the specific baby Bowen moves to assist at home for ongoing improvement.

Second will be Kylee Todd from Postnatal and Beyond with another 20-minute talk on how to physically and emotionally heal after having your baby. You will walk away from the workshop with a deeper understanding of your postnatal body. There will be useful tips on how to heal your Diastasis (separation of the abdominal wall) and how to engage your pelvic floor properly and why your breathing and alignment are key factors to healing your core.

Finally, a light morning tea will be provided and a goodies bag filled with healthy treats, nutrition, and self-care information for you to take home and enjoy! Both Kylee and Claire will be available at this time for any questions you may have.

We look forward to seeing you there on our very first joint event!

Claire and Kylee

Next Week: Monday, August 28th at 10.00 – 11.00 am

Where: Timbah Wine bar (no alcoholic beverages served as we are thinking of your well-being and instead will be serving you tea!)

375 Glebe Point Road, Glebe, NSW 2037

 

About Postnatal and beyond

Sports & Recreation · Glebe, New South Wales
Postnatal and beyond is focused on restoration of the core with functional motherhood movement. I also educate women on healing with nutrition/self care.

Postnatal Specialised Recovery

When you are ready to get back into physical fitness, it’s important that your needs are compatible with the right kind of fitness and instruction. You might be advised to see a physio or a specialist in post-birth exercise.

Reasons to join a specialist post-birth exercise and fitness group:

  •  If you have had any kind of birth or afterbirth difficulty, a small group is going to work for you best.
  • Correct and safe approach to exercising.
  • Small group participation means the trainer is available to you.
  • More fun in small groups.

Read more about Kylee Todd and her particular style of postnatal specialised recovery. Or ring her on: 0406 975 934