Pelvic Floor Embodiment Exercises
If you feel held hostage by your pelvic floor issues you are not alone. The emotional impact of that feeling can keep you trapped.
Learning new possibilities for both pelvic floor healing and your relationship to it can bring back feelings of resilience and happiness.
Help for tailbone pain and pelvic floor dysfunction
Did you know it is possible to relieve tailbone pain and pelvic ﬂoor dysfunction naturally with a series of gentle movements?! There is a new model for pain relief and physical and mental health that is revolutionizing the way we think about natural health and healing.
Embodiment and Somatic movement can help your tail and pelvic ﬂoor regain normal and natural function. In this video, we look at how the immobility of your tailbone is often a source of pain. An immobile tailbone also makes it hard to have a healthy pelvic ﬂoor, heal from injury and gain true pelvic ﬂoor strength.
How to do Kegels without strain or tension
Tightly gripping your pelvic ﬂoor can interfere with the elasticity your pelvic ﬂoor really needs.
This video offers an exercise that lets you do a "soft" Kegel by ﬁnding the exact center of your pelvic ﬂoor and using a slow, smooth, sustained movement to lift instead of grip. Feel your entire pelvic ﬂoor lifting. Lower with the same smoothness and you will develop the balance your pelvic ﬂoor needs.
How to avoid pelvic Floor pain, incontinence or prolapse with everyday movements
Women experience pelvic ﬂoor pain, incontinence and prolapse. These conditions can be made worse, or even created, by too much muscular tensing or by having too little muscle tone. This exercise shows you how to both loosen up and how to strengthen by the natural movements of your breathing and healthy bending.
Is it possible to relieve your pelvic distress naturally with a series of gentle movements?! There is a new model for pain relief and physical and mental health that is revolutionizing the way we think about natural health and healing.
Balance your pelvis to stop pelvic ﬂoor dysfunction
You have multiple joints in your pelvis. Picturing these joints lets you know what is actually happening in your body. That is the ﬁrst step to recovering the natural movements of healthy functioning.
The revolutionary science of somatic movement or embodiment uses the power of accurate imagery to free tension and holding in your body. You can feel more youthful and resilient.
The joints at the pelvis function to connect the two halves of the pelvis together and also to connect the pelvis to the rest of the body.
The Mountain Pose (Tadasana) from the pelvic floor
Pelvic ﬂoor muscles are deeper than abdominal muscles. It is natural for pelvic ﬂoor muscles to activate when your sit bones come together. Somatic Embodiment and movement allow you to feel stable yet easy in your posture.
Somatic Embodiment and Yoga Therapy are new models for posture, movement and pelvic ﬂoor health that are revolutionizing the way we think about natural health and healing.