(This workshop will be held in English)
Bring your friends, sisters, mothers and daughters to this workshop and start 2016 with a healthy pelvic floor!
Who can benefit from this workshop?
– Pregnant women
– Elderly women
– Any woman having the below mentioned problems
– Any woman who would like to maintain a healthy pelvic floor
– Any woman with a pelvic floor 🙂
Pelvic floor disorders are surprisingly common!
1/3 of women suffer from one or more pelvic floor disorders. (of which 80% of these women had given birth)
These disorders include things such as;
– stress incontinence (peeing a bit when you cough, sneeze, laugh, or exercise),
– overactive bladder (having a frequent urge to pee or having to get up to pee at night),
– prolapse (when the organs of the pelvic floor, such as the bladder, uterus, and bowel, begin to fall out of place),
– bowel incontinence (having a hard time controlling when you pass gas or have a bowel movement).
They are usually caused by lifestyle, childbirth, aging or obesity, and can occur in both women and men.
And the common problems that are related to the health of the pelvis are:
– lumbar spinal problems
– sacroiliac, hip or sciatic pain
– bladder weakness
– digestive, menstrual and sexual difficulties
The pelvic muscles begin at perineum and are complex arrangement of muscles that hold all of the lower organs. Strengthening and stabilizing the pelvic floor muscles helps to create the correct foundation of each movement in the body.
In this class we will identify, locate, assess and learn to soften, stretch, strengthen and exercise the muscle groups of the pelvic floor.
Our class will begin with some easy to follow anatomy and discussion, which will be followed by movements to bring awareness to this often ignored area. After that we will continue with specific exercises and asanas to increase the flexibility, strength, and coordination of each of the pelvic functions. Handouts will also be provided.
Date and Time:
31st of January 2016 (15:00-18:00)
Next one is on 13 March 2016 (15:00-18:00)
Investment for your health:
To register please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org