My workshops are a great introduction to the work that I do and a fantastic way to learn more about your body in a relaxed and open environment.
I’m also happy to run bespoke / in house workshops for any and all groups, including corporate events, community groups, sports clubs, or women’s networks – if you’re interested or want to find out more, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This workshop is for women who are interested to find out more about their pelvic floor. It will be of relevance to every woman, at every life stage, not just Mums.
The talk will go far beyond squeeze and lift, and you will learn about how to get the pelvic floor to do it’s job properly – so that you can be healthy, active and fit. So that for years to come you’ve got a solid, strong and dependable body which does not let you down when you jump, laugh or sneeze!
There will be some practical at the end, (full on active wear is not required), so that you can walk out of the session knowing how to connect with your pelvic floor and co-ordinate it with the rest of your core.
Feedback from a recent workshop:
“Last night, I attended a truly brilliant pelvic floor workshop held by Baz Moffat Strong to the Core. The workshop was both theory and practical. Baz discussed things we knew, taught us things we didn’t and rightly pointed out how little these things are discussed. We talked about what was normal, what wasn’t and how many women simply put up with issues. And how this must stop before issues escalate such that medical intervention is inevitable. What were the main things I walked away with? Talk. Understand yourself. Learn to reconnect with yourself, particularly your inner core. Prevention is key, but it’s never too late. Investing in your health does not mean you’re selfish. Make time for yourself every day. Importantly, I learned about Women’s Health Physios which I knew nothing about. I will certainly be looking to see one, and following up with Baz on my core strength.”
Next date TBC – watch this space
This 3 hour workshop is a deep dive into the core of the female athlete – how to connect with it, train it and look after it so that you can perform and train with confidence and without fear of doing long term damage to your body.
This course is designed for any woman who loves to train and wants to find out more about exercising as a woman. You don’t have to be performing as an athlete but those of you who are training 3+ times a week, lifting weights, doing HIIT / Interval training or impact work will find this really useful.
Over the course of the workshop we will cover:
The Core of the Female Athlete and the prevalence of pelvic health issues
Why Women need to train differently to men
What are the signs that your deep core is not coping and what to do about it
Lifting Heavy (and not so heavy)
Down training and recovery
Baz and Clare Pacey are both leaders in their field:
Baz draws on 20 years of experience as an elite athlete (with the GB Rowing team), a personal trainer, a women’s health coach and 40 year old Mum of two young boys. This knowledge and experience puts her in a unique position to train women keen to train hard but not break themselves!
Clare is one of London’s top Women’s Health Physio’s – she’s worked in the best teaching hospitals and in private clinics across London. Her particular passion is to support women so they can love their training without damaging their pelvic health. Clare has treated many women at every life stage including sports people and women who love to workout.
The workshop will be theory and practical based so please come dressed appropriately to move.
£50 (early bird rate of £40 until end of Feb)
March 10th, 1.30pm, Local Motion, Wandsworth
This workshop is part of the Positive Pause series and will look at why ‘what and when’ you eat affects your body and mind and what the best form of mid-life exercise is, to make sure you are the best you can be in midlife, menopause and beyond.
Registered Nutritional Therapist, Jackie Lynch from Well, Well, Well Clinic, and author of ‘Va, Va, Voom the 10-Day Energy Diet’ will dish up plenty of effective nutrition advice to improve your mood, give you more energy and share bite-size tips to improve your sleep.
Baz will talk core strength and set the record straight on why exercise in midlife is important – from improving bone and heart health, to strengthening your pelvic floor. And, most importantly, the specific type of exercise that women should be doing to stay as healthy as possible, beyond menopause. This session is relevant to all – those who want to get started on the fitness treadmill, and those already on it.
Women’s Health Physiotherapist from the campaigning group #PelvicRoar, Myra Robson, will link nutrition and exercise to health and well-being in menopause, drawing on her personal, and professional experience.
£25 (early bird rate of £20 until 21 Feb)
March 16th, 1.30pm, Bell House, Dulwich