Perhaps the most important part of being a woman is developing resilience. Just like our pelvic floors we have to be flexible and strong. Yet, as women we are often overloaded, juggling responsibilities and trying to preserve our well being through gripping, pushing and then collapsing.
Treating our pelvic floors with the respect and nurturing they need, builds our emotional resilience as well as the resilience of the pelvic floor. Understanding how the “jellyfish” of your pelvic floor operates and how it operates in relation to your respiratory diaphragm and your jaw and tongue can mean the difference between feeling core support or not!
In this mini-workshop we will:
Through gentle, natural, sequential movement coupled with targeted relaxation and strength you will:
- Discover the continuum of movement a healthy pelvic (and central diaphragm) enjoys.
- Explore variations in movement between your respiratory and pelvic diaphragms determining which types of movement address your pelvic issues.
- Understand key muscles and fascia that support your bladder, rectum and uterus and your hips.
- Prevent or slow lower organ prolapse and help repair diastasis.
- Help relieve difficult urination or incontinence.
Sunday, January 31 1-4 pm on Zoom $40