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Movement is medicine!
Find a stretch or movement you love and make it just a tiny bit more beautiful, a little bit more juicy, and a touch more yummy. This isn’t about burning more calories, it’s not about vanity, and it’s not performative… it’s about feeling good in your body, whatever that looks like for YOU. 💃🏻 Listen to what your body is CRAVING and respond. Join me for the movement your body craves on my YouTube channel and via my online programs!
Use your hands for feedback!
— For breathing: inhale and gently expand into your hands. Exhale and feel your body (and even your clothes) pulling inward and away from your hands. — For Kegel-ing, scissor your hands around your body (front and back) and place your fingertips below your perineum. Inhale and gently expand into your fingertips. Exhale and feel your perineum lift up and away from your fingers, toward your head. More pelvic wellness info on my website and YouTube channel!
You can't heal when you feel fried 😰😞
The best thing you can do for your pelvic health is to slow down, get quiet, and meditate. 🧘♀️ This video shows a few different positions you can try. My pelvic floor meditation playlist on YouTube is linked!
Are you a "stuffer?"
When you ignore and stuff away your emotions, they’re NOT GONE. Rather, they clog up your energy and negatively impact your body... including your pelvic floor. 🖤 Yes, it can be scary to feel… But with appropriate support and care, it’s worth it. 🖤 The mental and emotional work of pelvic health matters. I’m here to help! Explore my website and let’s stay connected.
Your body is always talking to you. Are you listening?
Got pelvic floor problems? Learning how to *listen to your body* will help you SO MUCH MORE than Kegel exercises. Meditation helps you learn how to listen… walking in nature without headphones helps you learn how to listen… free-flowing, unstructured dance helps you learn how to listen… even just simple breathing and putting your hand on your body can help you learn how to listen. 👂
One move for TOTAL pelvic floor/core strength!
Questions to ask yourself: 1) Can you feel your pelvic floor and low abs working together (staying lifted up and pulled in)? 2) Are you breathing? 😮💨 I like to really focus on short little exhales during this move 3) Are you feeling symptoms such as abdominal doming, downward pressure, vaginal bulging, or leakage? If so, STOP ✋ and modify. Don’t keep pushing yourself or you’ll make things worse. See a pelvic health PT and check out one of my foundational online courses for at-home support!