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Saturday, March 16 • 2:00pm - 4:00pm
The empowered pelvic floor FILLING

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The pelvic floor is getting a lot of press lately. But unfortunately there is a lot of conflicting information out there. Should we do Kegels or not; should we strengthen or relax these muscles, and what role does our yoga practice play? As a board-certified women’s health physical therapist, Dr. Pauline Lucas has created this informative, fact and fun filled experiential workshop for ladies only. We will discuss the anatomy and function of the pelvic floor, how pregnancy and childbirth changes things-even years later (it’s not normal to wet your pants or feel like your female organs are falling out afterwards!), and how we can create a strong and also relaxed pelvic floor through the use of various yoga poses and breathing techniques. We explore “Kegels” and when to practice or avoid them. Nothing is off limits in this workshop as we discuss details about sexual health, bowel and bladder function-and dysfunction-and how yoga can help. No worries, our clothes stay on. ☺ 

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Pauline Lucas

Pelvic Health PT, Yoga Therapist, Women's Health Coach, Phoenix Yoga and Meditation and Mayo Clinic
"My life's work is to be a bridge builder-by sharing the wisdom of yoga with the world of conventional medicine, and the science of medicine with the world of yoga." Pauline Lucas is a Doctor of Physical Therapy and a Board Certified Women’s Health Clinical Specialist and Health... Read More →

Saturday March 16, 2019 2:00pm - 4:00pm MST
Ballet Room
  Experiential Workshop / Training, Yoga Therapy
  • What to Expect 40% lecture, 40% asana, 20% meditation
  • Participant Instructions Please bring your mat, a pillow, 1 or 2 blankets (anything you need to rest comfortably on your back), and notebook and pen if you wish to take notes.