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Women’s Health Workshop

Weds 15th May 2019 7.30-9.30pm

  • Do you love to run?

  • Do you leak urine, when you run or exercise?

  • Do you have a pelvic organ prolapse or pelvic pain that stops you running?

  • Do you want to prevent pelvic floor issues?

  • Do you want to understand the benefits of strengthening your core to improve your pelvic health?

  • Do you want to learn how to improve your running technique, reduce injury (including pelvic floor dysfunction) and run better?

I am excited to have teamed up with Kent Running Coach, Clare Norris Running and Movement Coach) and Amy Pay (Clinical Pilates Instructor and sports osteopath) to  bring you an interactive evening which will help you understand the importance of training your pelvic floor and core and how this can benefit your running.  We will discuss the pelvic floor, issues surrounding it, as well as the latest research around the core, exercise and running. We will guide you through short practical sessions to introduce you to some simple steps in supporting the pelvic floor, including a clinical pilates session, aimed at teaching you how to effectively activate and strengthen your core, and a running technique session aimed at highlighting simple technique changes to improve your efficiency and prevent injury.

To book tickets please click on this link 

Please dress in light weight clothing and bring either an exercise mat or towel.








I’m really, really excited to bring you this amazing event together with other local health, fitness and wellbeing professionals who are all equally passionate about womens health.

Join us for our Pelvic Floor and Core Health Workshop, for anyone who has ever given birth, on Thursday 20th April at 7.30pm in Oxted, and learn all about how to address pelvic floor issues, reduce and prevent leaking and take control of your own core health.

You’ll be in amazing hands with a team of dedicated women’s health professionals who will be giving you all the tools you need to solve, prevent and insure against core and pelvic floor issues.

Ranee Thakar – Subspecialist in Urogynaecology and Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist at Croydon University Hospital

Emma Brockwell – Women’s Health Physiotherapist (PhysioMum)

Helen Moynihan DipION, mBANT – Nutritional Therapist (Venus Nutrition)

Alix Hubble – Womens Health and Fitness Coach (ChickFit)

This will be an invaluable evening of education (and refreshment) as well as practical and applicable techniques that can be used to improve pelvic health straight away.

To book your tickets at the special early bird rate of £11 (book before 31st March, after which tickets will be £15) just visit

All proceeds will be shared between Homestart, a Charity that provides support to families with young children to deal with challenges such as postnatal depression, isolation, physical health problems and bereavement; and the Caterham and Oxted NCT.

In association with Halos Clinic, Oxted.IMG_0787