Postpartum Yoga Therapy

for the Pelvic Floor

This four-part series is a crucial piece of holistic postpartum care centered around re-embodiment and re-connection to the pelvic floor through yoga. Participants will cultivate deeper awareness of their bodies, specifically their pelvic floor muscles through understanding their postural and breathing patterns, cultivating connection to their pelvis in movement, and utilizing breath and yoga postures to both strengthen muscles and release tension.

Each class includes an educational component, movement, breathwork, and meditation.

4 classes $40

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Class 1

Development of Pelvic Movement During Respiration

Participants will be able to understand pelvic floor engagement and release during respiration through movements, breath awareness, and somatic movements.

This 30 minute class consists of breath practices, movement, visualization, and a meditation.

Props: 1-2 blankets, 1-3 pillows or bolsters, 1-2 yoga blocks, 1 yoga strap

Class 2

The Synchronicity Between Abdominals and the Pelvic Floor

Participants will be to understand pelvic floor and abdominals function during movement.

Participants will practice stabilizing the pelvis and abdominals to facilitate and support movement.

Integrating breath as an aid in supporting movement.

Props: 1-2 blankets, 1 yoga block, a chair

Class 3

Pelvic Floor Stability for Support and Embodiment

Participants will utilize movement and breath to maintain and develop internal stability of the pelvic floor.

This practice will include meditation and movement that facilitates each participant to feel more supported by their bodies.

Props: 1-2 blankets and 1-2 pillows or bolsters

Class 4

Embodiment and Development of Internal Structural Support

Let’s pull it all together! This class will bring the previous three classes together:

  • Moving with respiration

  • Abdominal stability

  • Pelvic floor stability