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PRESENTATION: Pelvic Floor for a Strong Core

Expert Education Series with Aly Walford

We are pleased to host this free and in-person event.

Join Physiotherapist and Pelvic Floor Specialist, Aly Walford from the Banff Sport Medicine Clinic, in this hands-on interactive session on improving and maintaining pelvic floor health.

What to expect

In this session, you will learn more about your deep “inner core” muscles and how they interact with each other. We will also discuss what happens when these muscles are not working together efficiently, causing several common pelvic health complaints related to exercise.

Pelvic floor physio isn’t just about kegels. We will cover topics like alignment and breathing, and practice how to implement these strategies into your fitness activities.

Please come prepared with clothes that allow a bit of movement, and feel free to bring some questions!




Sunday 16th October, 2022 at 10 am.


In-person at CrossFit Canmore.

Cost: Free

This is a free event, however, please register to RSVP.

If you decide to provide a donation, thank you!

Please know that your donation will go directly towards future education initiatives.

More about our Expert:

Alison (Aly) Walford - BSM Physiotherapist

Aly completed her Bachelor’s of Science and Master’s of Physical Therapy at McGill University. Since graduating, she has taken courses in manual therapy, biomedical dry needling (IMS), pelvic health (Treating & Training the Female Athlete), and ACL rehab to name a few. Aly is a certified Pelvic Health specialist and treats women 18yrs+ with a number of complaints, such as incontinence, prolapse, pelvic pain, diastasis, and return to sport post partum.

A passionate runner and member of the Canadian National Ski Mountaineering Team, you can often find Aly out playing or training in the mountains year round.

As a Physiotherapist, Aly is a strong believer in teamwork and an active approach. She works with her patients to help them navigate through their injury, recovery, and return to activity/performance. 

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