Jen Warnock, a lovely lady and co-founder of Nest Midwifery, is co-teaching a class on female pelvic floor health at Birthingway College of Midwifery. It is open to the community, not just for Birthingway students, and for women only.
This class will cover anatomy, assessing and maintaining pelvic floor health, including low and high tone, with hands-on practice skills. Special attention will be paid to pelvic floor assessment can be useful during labor and birth and to postpartum moms. To read more about this amazing and under-utilized work, check out Full Moon's Daughter blog post from January 14, where Courtney Jarecki interviewed Dr. Bryan Baisinger about trigger point & myofascial release techniques to help during pregnancy and postpartum.
To find out the money and schedule details for this class, go here and scroll down to see this:
Pelvic Floor Health (PFH471) 1 credit hour. Course-pack $10. Five sessions.
Assessing and maintaining pelvic floor health, including low and high tone, with hands-on practice. Instructor: Pamela Echevario, CPM, LDM, and Jen Warnock, CPM
Date: Monday afternoons on 9/21, 9/28, 10/5, 10/19, 11/2/2009
Time: 1:00pm – 4:00pm