Exploring Your Pelvic Floor

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By Susi Hately, B.Sc. Kin, C-IAYT Yoga Therapist

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Summary

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With this video Susi shows you the pelvic floor contraction

  • Contraction isn’t entirely a lift, the muscles also squeeze the orifices.
  • A visual of hypertonicity and the impact on being able to contract and release.
  • We want a strong and supple pelvic floor, one that is responsive.

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Anatomy for Yoga Therapists: An Online Program

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Coming up July 9 – applying anatomy to the therapeutic application of yoga – not just getting out of pain, but seeing and experiencing a whole new possibility for what your life can look like.

  • Understand the relationship of the shoulder girdle and pelvic girdle and how they rely on each other.
  • Why the piriformis is often wrongly blamed.
  • Why hamstrings that feel tight are often stabilizing the pelvis.

For details and to register – click here.

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Wrist Pain: An Exploration – This post explores how the wrist and shoulder girdle are so closely connected.

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By Susi Hately, B.Sc. Kin, C-IAYT Yoga Therapist

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Summary

With this video Susi shows you the pelvic floor contraction

  • Contraction isn’t entirely a lift, the muscles also squeeze the orifices.
  • A visual of hypertonicity and the impact on being able to contract and release.
  • We want a strong and supple pelvic floor, one that is responsive.

Anatomy for Yoga Therapists: An Online Program

Coming up July 9 – applying anatomy to the therapeutic application of yoga – not just getting out of pain, but seeing and experiencing a whole new possibility for what your life can look like.

  • Understand the relationship of the shoulder girdle and pelvic girdle and how they rely on each other.
  • Why the piriformis is often wrongly blamed.
  • Why hamstrings that feel tight are often stabilizing the pelvis.

For details and to register – click here.

Related Posts

Wrist Pain: An Exploration – This post explores how the wrist and shoulder girdle are so closely connected.

A Novel Approach to Teaching Tadasana – With this post I explain why I don’t think there is any bad posture.

INSPIRATIONAL QUOTES

Insert  Soft and Gentle Quotation

 

Insert Jaw and Pelvis Quotation

 

Insert Small and Slow Quotation

 

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