Embody your pelvis for birth.
Join us for a specialized class to optimize pelvic balance and stabilization for birth.
We will discover the relationship of the pelvis and the baby in birth and the role of the pelvic floor and how to make more space for the baby. We will explore movement and positions to make more space for baby and release, lengthen and tone for birth.
This is part movement, part lecture and discussion. Please dress comfortably.
The Final Push: Protect your Perineum for Birth!
Understanding 2nd Stage of Labor.
Chantal Traub - Doula and Childbirth Educator
The early postpartum period: caring for your body and soul after birth and what to prepare ahead of time for the first 6 weeks postpartum.
Chantal Traub of Pushing Power™, doula, childbirth educator and pre/postnatal yoga teacher and MUTU™ Systems Trainer
Meema Spadola, postpartum doula and lactation counselor.
17 Bleecker Street.
New York, New York
This is a community free event.
In honor of International Girls and Womens Day!
Improve your knowledge and awareness of how your pelvis and pelvic floor play a role in optimal core function.
6-7pm: I’ll be discussing how pregnancy, birth and postpartum can effect our pelvic floor + core and how our daily posture, movement patterns and alignment matter towards our overall well-being.
7-8pm: Shop and Socialize.
Champagne, wine and small bites will be provided,
as well as, 20% off the entire store!
Pushing Power™ + Naboso™ present:
From the ground up: Your feet, pelvic floor & core - How being grounded can help you trust and tune into your body!
With the foot as the only contact point between the body and the ground. Sensory input from our feet help connect to our body’s center of gravity, our core, and can help keep us centered during labor and birth.
Join Chantal Traub, Doula and Childbirth Educator and Dr Emily Splichal, Podiatrist in this groundbreaking discussion of how to prepare body and mind for birth with sensory input through the feet.
This is a fee event.
Monday, February 4th 2019
17 Bleeker St, NYC
Giving birth can be one of the biggest events of any woman's life, and it may also bring up a lot of anxiety and fear, especially around pushing and tearing.
In this class, seasoned doula and childbirth educator, Chantal Traub offers her knowledge and experience to help to guide to push effectively and protect the pelvic floor.
Whether an epidural or natural physiological birth is planned; Understanding of how the pelvis and baby interact, the birth related anatomy and learning pushing positions and breath, will increase feeling confident and prepared.
Treat yourself and your pelvic floor to this class that focuses your pushing power in labor!
Join Downtown Women OB/GYN Assoc. and Chantal Traub for this essential class.
568 Broadway, suite 404 New York, NY 10012
Email email@example.com for registration and details.
Giving birth can be one of the most significant events of any woman's life, and it may also bring up a lot of anxiety and fear, especially around pushing and tearing.
In this workshop, we will learn to connect the breath and the pelvic floor. We will find the landmarks in the bony pelvis in ourselves and determine how the pelvis and the baby interact during birth.
Understand the essential role of the muscles of the pelvic floor and how they help the baby rotate and get into optimal position.
Discover what 2nd stage of labor is and what happens during pushing.
Review alignment and postural habits to encourage optimal fetal positioning & minimize pain in labor.
Learn strategies to shorten the pushing stage and review positions and breath for pushing. How to prepare for Pushing and how others can help you.
Whether an epidural or natural birth is planned; this workshop will leave you confident and prepared!
The Pelvic Floor + The Pregnant Push: A Workshop For Childbirth Educators, Doulas & Fitness Instructors
Birthworkers, you're invited to join Chantal Traub, maven doula & childbirth educator, and Lindsey Vestal, pelvic floor therapist for their groundbreaking workshop focusing on the 2nd stage of labor and the pelvic floor!