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Pelvic Floor Day

This event is open to all.
If you are a teacher/educator, you can request CEU.
If you are not a teacher, this is vital information regarding posture, any movement you do, pelvic floor issues such as urge and stress incontinence as well as Pelvic pain.
Back pain, sacro illiac joint issues and core stability

Where

108 S. Market St., Talent OR, US 97540

Type of Event

  • Workshop

Yoga Styles

Levels

When

Oct 25
2015
09:00 amto16:00 pm

• Anatomy of Pelvic floor
• Anatomy of respiration and relationship with the pelvic floor
• The role of posture and the pelvis
• Postural exercises and practical tools to address the different pelvic
positions
• How to distinguish between a Hyper and Hypo tonic pelvis and a combination
• Illnesses, ailments, issues with Hypo and Hyper pelvis
• How to address posture, yoga poses and exercises with each individual
person and pelvis
• Practice for each category of pelvis
• Restorative yoga for the pelvic floor
• Breathing techniques and poses for specific Pelvic floor

CEU available upon request.

Price

$160

Full Description

One of the main focuses of my work as a yoga therapist is the pelvic floor muscles, an area that is usually overlooked but that nevertheless can have a profound effect in people’s health.

Weak and tight pelvic floor muscles can cause problems like pelvic organ prolapse, incontinence, lower back pain, and pain during and after intercourse, among many others.

I specialize in increasing the flexibility and strengthening those muscles.
I concentrate in postural alignment of the pelvis in our everyday activities (walking, standing, seating…) and I use specific hatha yoga poses according to my client’s needs.

Pelvic floor muscles:

~ Allow conscious control of urinary sphincters and provide support to the organs that lie on it. They are also important in sexual health in both men and women.

~ Provide support for the baby during pregnancy and play an important role during birthing.

~ Work with in coordination with abdominal and back muscles to stabilize and support the spine.