Brand New Online Series on Integrative Techniques for the Pelvic Floor and Core!

We are thrilled to announce the launch of a brand new series of online courses, Integrative Techniques for Pelvic Floor & Core Function. This three-part series instructs on low-tech, non-invasive techniques to address pelvic floor dysfunction that draw from Yoga, Tai Chi, Qigong, Feldenkrais and conventional rehab therapies, with a goal of guideing clients toward improved health and function. These courses were developed and are instructed by Bill Gallagher, PT, CMT, CYT and Richard Sabel, MA, MPH, OTR, GCFP. Throughout each course in this series, Bill and Richard will walk you through various exercises that you are encouraged to perform at home, in order to better prepare you to guide your own patients through the same exercises in your setting of care.


Part A lays the foundation for the series by covering anatomy, core concepts related to "habits of the mind," and the physiology of breathing as it relates to the pelvic floor. Part B will begin by covering modifications of yoga poses to address soft tissue tightness, functional movement, and pelvic dysfunction. The pelvic clock in supine from Part A will be reviewed, and techniques for the facilitation of a client’s understanding of the pelvic clock will be presented. Part C concludes the series with integrating the pelvic floor muscles into everyday functional movements such as standing, lifting from a squat, bridging, and going up steps, as a means to maintain the suppleness (strength and flexibility) of the pelvic floor. These courses can be taken sequentially or in any order.


Don't miss Bill and Richard teaching their live seminar as well. The two course, Integrative Techniques for Pelvic Floor & Core Function: Weaving Yoga, Tai Chi, Qigong, Feldenkrais and Conventional Therapies will be held this September in New London, CT!

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