YOGA THERAPY for PELVIC HEALTH

Format
class
Presence
Online
Who for Whom
one to one
Growth type
personal
Regularity
session
Duration
90m
Age Restriction
0+
Language
English
Price
$100 USD
Practitioner
This is a one time session of 90 minutes, a collaboration between You & Me. We’ll look at your pelvic condition, alignment, daily habits that might excerbate, what patterns you have and what you can do to create pelvic health. WHAT YOU’LL GAIN \* Understanding whichmuscles, bones and ligaments are involved \* Learn to strengthen, relax and activate the muscle properly \* Gain body awareness for pelvic stability and congruency \* A PDF for a daily practice to increase stability \* Improve physical and muscular integrity A brief description of the muscles will help you understand how they al work together and why and imbalance leads to incontinence, back pain, less pleasure during sex.

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Yoga teacher, Yoga therapist, Ayurvedic Wellness Educator and Writer at Shira Cohen Yoga My passion is guiding you to physical health, and emotional and mental wellbeing, through Yoga therapy, meditation, Ayurveda and emotional literacy. So that together we’re a world of empowered people, able to co-create an intelligent, naturally healthy world.

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Shira Cohen
Apr 28, 2021

Hey Taysha!

If you have lower back, sacral, hip, pelvic or SI joint pain, pelvic floor muscle imbalance is often a likely cause, or contributor. Muscular and ligamental imbalance, such as weakness, tightness or both, pulls fascia, organs, joints and bones out of place.

Pelvic floor muscles hold all our vital organs, support our spine, connecting lower and upper body. Imbalances in pelvic floor health cause 25% of lower back pain, 50% of constipation and 80% of incontinence can be helped by pelvic health.

These imbalances affect the rest of the organs, spine, shoulders and neck causing aches in joints, nerves and muscles.

I hope this answers your questions. Feel free to tell me why you think you might need this.

Taysha Duckworth
Apr 28, 2021

Wow, this is super interesting! But how would a person know that there are issues with their pelvic health? And what does typically cause those issues?

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