Pelvic Floor Rehab for Women
Have you been diligently doing your Kegels, working under the assumption that your pelvic floor muscles are in need of strengthening? Believe it or not, some of our pelvic floor issues are caused by muscles that are too tight rather than too loose. The health of a muscle isn’t determined by its strength, but by its tone. Range of motion and balance are vital for a healthy pelvic floor. Your Kegels can actually reinforce imbalances!
Whether you are pregnant, postpartum, have never had a baby, or had your last baby 30 years ago, this class will teach you some simple ways to improve your pelvic floor health and function.
Breathing – Learn the role of conscious, deep breathing in pelvic floor (and overall) health and wellbeing. Deep breathing oxygenates your muscles, massages your organs, and relaxes your sympathetic nervous system.
Awareness – Learn how to isolate each of the three layers of your pelvic floor. Discover where your own imbalances are and what to do about them.
Posture – Are your daily habits reinforcing your pelvic floor dysfunction? Learn the benefits of a “neutral pelvis”, how to find your own, and how to apply it to your daily life for improved pelvic floor health. Learn which muscles you need to stretch and which you need to strengthen in order to develop and support a healthy, strong and balanced pelvic floor. It all starts with untucking your tail!
Movement – Learn how to use gentle yoga to stretch and strengthen the muscles of the pelvic floor and core.
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