Pelvic Floor Health
12.30pm to 1.30pm
Broomgrove Community Centre - TN34 3PY
£18 (6 week course)
Adults - Older people
For Menopausal Women
If you can’t sneeze, laugh, or cough without leaking a little urine, you’re not alone. Problems with the pelvic floor are common and can happen to anyone. But the good news is that including pelvic floor exercises into your fitness routine can help strengthen your pelvic floor muscles.
This educational six-week course is for menopausal women and will increase your knowledge of your pelvic floor health to help reduce current symptoms.
This course will include floor-based and seated exercises to strengthen your pelvic floor and core muscles. All equipment is provided.
Together we can reduce the taboo around pelvic floor health!
This session is led by an Active Hastings Instructor, please remember they are not a healthcare professional, therefore, they will not be able to diagnose and treat pelvic floor issues, but they can inform you on how to look after your pelvic floor.
If you are a Broomgrove resident the cost is £3.50 for the course please bring proof of your address to the first session ie a utility bill.
With thanks to funding from the Levelling Up fund.
Booking is essential, please use the EEQU booking platform to register and book your space.
Session provider details
Telephone 01424 451051
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