Who Can Attend
This course is open to physiotherapists and other health disciplines who treat/train postpartum women and personal trainers who want to learn more about the early rehabilitation of women’s abdominal walls including Pilates and Yoga instructors. Course number is limited to 12 people in person (Ottawa – must have no travel restrictions to reach Ontario – once booked at this point, there is no cancelling unless you are sick) and 12 people virtually. To take this course virtually, you will need a ‘patient’. It is best if you find a couple other physios, trainers, or practitioners and all 3 of you take the course together. This way you can collaborate on findings during the lab and help one another with the camera for your virtual assistant. There will one one virtual assistant for 6 students, preferably in groups of 3.
Bloom Integrative Health & Movement Centre
1704 Carling Ave Suite 200, Ottawa, ON K2A 1C7
Day 1 8:00am registration 8:30am start (Eastern Time GMT-4) and 4:30pm finish
Day 2 8:30am start and 3:30pm finish (Eastern Time GMT-4)
For virtual participants: ensure that your time zone makes it feasible for you to do this course. It is not a recording but rather a LIVE event.
Required Text – This Book is Your Handout
Diastasis Rectus Abdominis: A Clinical Guide for Those Who Are Split Down the Middle is required reading for this class. Purchase a copy here. Bring your personal copy of this book to the course – it is your handout. Worksheets will be provided as will a copy of the slides from the course, but this book has everything you need to remember what we did on the course.
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