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The Voice and the Pelvic Floor: An Integrative “3D” (Three Diaphragm) Approach
This short-format remote course will introduce you to foundational concepts needed to be able to use vocal techniques to treat the pelvic floor and core. The course includes several hours of didactic information followed by interactive lab activities conducted via Zoom.
The respiratory diaphragm has long been linked to pelvic floor health and functioning, but the voice has not. That is now rapidly changing as research emerges to link all three diaphragms, not just physiologically, but from a neuropsychological lens. Singing is a sport, but one needn't to be able to sing to access the power of the voice in pelvic floor therapy. Phonation and vocalization are ideal, alternate but essential pathways to treating pelvic floor dysfunction and promoting pelvic floor health. In fact, perhaps the most critical part of your own success as a therapist depends on your voice, so this course will benefit you in two ways: 1) Teaching you how to find your voice and use it as a therapeutic modality – effectively, safely, and efficiently. 2) Teaching you how to use vocal interventions to impact not just pelvic, but overall health and well-being.
Apr 2, 2023 10:00 AM America/Los_Angeles
NA - Registrants Attend this course via Zoom