Stress, Pelvic Health + Pain with Robyn Synnott – June 1st, 8pm EST *postponed*


DATE: Monday, June 1st 8pm EST

A downloadable recording will be available until 6pm EST the following day.

Stress, Pelvic Health + Pain

These are crazy times. We are all experiencing stress in one way or another…or multiple ways. This webinar will give you a greater understanding of how your body functions in stress and in safety. We will go through what our body’s instinctive reactions look like and how it can be different for everyone. You will learn about the connection between persistent or chronic pain and stress.  You will also gain an understanding about how our pelvic floor muscles react to stress and what this feels like. Finally, you will come away with some options to help your body move through stress to find safety or relaxation again. You will learn to ways calm your nervous system.


Robyn Synnott is a Women’s Pelvic Health + Orthopedic Physiotherapist and Yoga Teacher. She is currently seeing clients virtually and when not in the middle of a pandemic, she operates an in-person practice in Burlington, Ontario.   

Robyn Synnott aspires to help women learn to trust and appreciate their body, to empower them to take charge of their health, and to focus their treatment on what is most important to them. She strives to approach all her interactions with a trauma-sensitive perspective. She also has a passion for helping women to feel confident in themselves and their innate abilities in pregnancy, birth, breastfeeding, and parenting.  She uses a biopsychosocial-spiritual model of care that truly values the importance of the body, mind, and spirit and includes integrative medicine that addresses lifestyle factors that might be contributing to each clients concerns. 

Robyn is one of a select few Canadian physiotherapists that have gone through advanced skills training in labour and birth, and breastfeeding support. She has extensive training in persistent pain. Robyn has clinical experience in myofascial release and osteopathic techniques such as craniosacral therapy. 

 She enjoys spending time with her husband, dog, and son, as well as yoga and hiking in her spare time.  She loves to garden and cook.