Kegels + Cocktails is coming to Red Deer, AB!
Connect with so much more than your pelvic floor! Yup, we're going there...down there. Join us for a fun and collaborative evening with Red Deer's finest pelvic health specialists to learn about one of least talked about, but most important aspects of our health: our pelvic floor!
This lighthearted and informative evening will include 5 speakers, prizes + giveaways, appetizers and a signature cocktail! Additional cocktails will be available to purchase throughout the evening.
You'll have opportunities to ask questions and connect with the speakers throughout the evening.
If you own a pelvic floor, you won't want to miss this fun event!
Nicki Julien + Leane Schlacter of Pursuit Physiotherapy Corp.
Nicole Schmitt + Joelle Sypkes of Elle Physiotherapy and Pelvic Health Centre
April Weber of Weber Physiotherapy Clinic
Shelly Prosko of Prosko PhysioYoga Therapy
Shelly is guest lecturing at the College of Medicine, School of Physical Therapy, about the integration of therapeutic yoga into physical therapy as a way to address the use of biopsychosocial care in rehabilitation and wellness care in physical therapy. In-house event for U of S PT students only.Find out more »
Location: Coconut Grove, FL Aum hOMe Shala 9:00 am–6:00 pm each day Space is limited; register early HERE Your pelvic floor plays an important role not only in bladder, bowel, reproduction and sexual function, but also in hip function, breathing, core strategies, standing balance and more. The pelvic floor is also known to be intimately connected to the feet and the floor of the mouth. Pelvic health issues related to these many roles are commonly poorly addressed or often left…Find out more »
Good Morning Pelvic Floor! Explore + Awaken Your Pelvic Floor Join Shelly in this inspiring, fun and evidence informed morning practice to help enhance awareness of, connection to, and performance of your pelvic floor through a variety of awareness and visualization practices that help relax the pelvic floor, optimize its full excursion with the breath cycle, and facilitate its engagement through an evidence informed lens; without holding or over recruiting pelvic musculature, which can create more unwanted tension and reduce…Find out more »
"Your Brain on Pain: Yoga Meets Science in Pain Care"
Join Shelly Prosko, physical therapist and yoga therapist, as she presents this highly sought after experiential PhysioYoga workshop at the Toronto Accessible Yoga Conference!
This session will address the science surrounding pain and changes that result in the brain and nervous systems when pain persists. We will learn how a combination of pain science along with a variety of yoga practices and philosophy, can be safely and effectively used to help people in pain move with more ease, reduce and manage our own pain, and progress towards an improved and thriving quality of life. We will use a self-empowered, biopsychosocial and evidence-based approach to pain care.
This workshop includes a combination of theory and experiential components, including awareness practices, movement, breathing methods, meditation and yoga philosophy integrating Life is Now Pain Care Yoga principles and guidelines. Valuable resources will be shared.
**This workshop is not intended to assess or treat or act as medical advice. Please seek guidance and treatment from your health professional in your area for any unmanaged conditions.**
Use the code: "Shelly" for 10% off your registrationFind out more »
Join Shelly for this 1 day informative workshop on the science surrounding pain and yoga to help people living with persistent (chronic) pain be empowered to move with more ease, reduce and manage pain effectively and safely, and thrive again. **This workshop is appropriate for: Yoga teachers, yoga therapists, health care providers, people in pain or people interested in helping others to reduce and manage pain. Also suitable for those who have taken workshops with Shelly before on this topic;…Find out more »
Join Shelly at the School of Embodied Yoga Therapy as she offers this 3 day yoga therapy course for yoga therapists and healthcare providers interested in integrating yoga practices and philosophy to help people living with pelvic floor dysfunctions and/or to help enhance pelvic floor rehabilitation and wellness care. Details and registration: HEREFind out more »
Join Shelly Prosko, Neil Pearson and Diana Perez for this 1 day pre-congress course at the Canadian Physiotherapy Association Congress in Montreal, Canada. Register HERE Yoga Therapy: An integrative biopsychosocial approach to physiotherapy practice for persistent pain management, MSK and pelvic floor rehabilitation and wellness care. Session Format: Please note that the morning lecture will include the 3 presenters: Neil, Shelly and Diana. Then, the registrant chooses from 3 afternoon breakout sessions: Shelly Prosko leading Pelvic Floor Health and Rehab:…Find out more »
The 2019 San Diego Pain Summit (SDPS) continues to provide relevant clinical education and current pain research delivered by expert clinicians and research scientists surrounding the topic of pain. The keynote for the 2019 SDPS is Dr. Antonio Damasio. Shelly Prosko, PT, C-IAYT, PYT, CPI will be one of the speakers, presenting on: A Case for Compassion in Pain Care: using an integrative yoga approach to enhance compassionate care to better serve the person in pain and the healthcare professional…Find out more »
The Montreal International Symposium on Therapeutic Yoga (MISTY) is a weekend Symposium offering specialized sessions by international based presenters with a medical background who integrate yoga therapeutics in their practice. They come to share Quality Education, Research, Facts, Tools, Experience, Evidence based Yoga. Presentations format are open and welcoming for interactive discussion, creating a exchange of learning for all! FOR WHO ~ Anyone interested in discovering the science behind Yoga ~ Yoga Teachers/Therapists, Teacher Trainers & Students of all levels…Find out more »