PH 101 Something’s Wrong with my What?

  You've waited and waited, now finally Pelvic Health 101 is BACK! On March 19, 2019 at 7pm we will be kicking off our fall semester of pelvic health education classes. We have a lot planned this year, so get pumped. In our first class, we will be introducing you to the pelvic floor muscles, …

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PH101: Something’s Wrong with my What?

On March 16, 2017 at 7pm we will be kicking off our spring semester of pelvic health education class, we call Pelvic Health 101 (PH101). In our first class we will be introducing you to the pelvic floor muscles, where they are, what they do, and how they relate to the health and function of your …

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Pelvic Stability and Mobility, Part II

By Denise Vidal Now that you have mobilized your pelvis, let's try a stability exercise. Using the breath that we discussed in blog #4, 'The Infamous Core', we are going to stabilize the pelvis and isolate our legs from the hip joint. This movement is not only the fundamental movement for most Pilates exercises, it …

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Pelvic Stability versus Pelvic Mobility

By Denise Vidal Just as your feet can be malleable, and your breath can move through your abdomen as well as it can move through your ribcage, the movement of your pelvis also has many dimensions. Specifically, your pelvis has the ability to be stable as well as mobile. An exercise originated by Balanced Body …

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