Flourish in the 4th Trimester
New Online Course now available: ‘Flourish in the 4th Trimester’
We are happy to announce this new course collaboration, ‘Flourish in the 4th Trimester’ program with Pelvic Health Hub. This new online course is now open for registration. The 4th trimester is the period immediately after delivery up to 12 weeks postpartum. During this time, the body continues to undergo many changes on so many levels yet it is also an important period for bonding with your new infant. Sometimes, the 4th trimester can feel overwhelming or in the current climate, feel isolating as we continue to struggle through a pandemic.
This program will help provide a ‘digital village’ for you and your baby so that you have the support you need and a better understanding of what to expect during these first few weeks and months after childbirth. You don’t need to navigate this time all by yourself. This course will provide community, the science, and practical strategies to help you flourish in your 4th trimester. You’ll complete this course feeling empowered to be the best parent you can be.
If you are an expecting birth parent and:
- Have questions and are stressed about what the postpartum period will be like
- Have the desire to be proactive and prepare your mind and body before baby is born
OR are a new birth parent and:
- Feel isolated and second guessing your ability to be a “good enough parent”
- Are unhappy with the way your body looks and feels
- Feel ‘tired of being tired’ and in pain
then this course may be of benefit to you. Learn from five health experts to help optimize your body, mind and spirit in the early postpartum. To learn more about the curriculum, click here.
**This course is most ideal to take within the last trimester of your pregnancy or into the 4th trimester itself. Much of the education and strategies discussed will provide you with evidence based solutions and education to help you flourish in your 4th trimester.
Angelique Montano-Bresolin is a graduate of the University of Toronto Physical Therapy program and has been practicing as a Registered Physiotherapist for over 20 years with a specialty practice in pelvic health. Her extensive post-graduate training has included courses to assess and treat all genders and ages with concerns such as: incontinence, abdomino-pelvic pain and sexual pain in many populations including: pre and postnatal, post-surgical, post-menopausal and post-cancer. In 2012, she founded Proactive Pelvic Health Centre in Toronto, Ontario.