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Pelvic Yoga the Book: An Interview with Dr. Bonura

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An Interview with Dr. Bonura. Now available on BooksGoSocial. Brief excerpt: Yoga and mindfulness don’t come easily – I have to work to manage my stress and apply my techniques in my own life. I think that’s helpful as a writer and instructor – because I can approach yoga and meditation with a beginner’s mind, Read more »

Yoga for Pelvic Health from YogaUOnline

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Pelvic Floor health is necessary for overall health balance, for maintaining urinary and bowel continence, and for sexual health and well-being. You can strengthen the pelvic floor through pelvic floor exercise. Integrating pelvic floor exercise into a comprehensive yoga program offers further support. View this great resource on pelvic floor health and yoga, from YogaUOnline. Read more »

Pelvic Yoga Exercise: Squat with Pelvic Floor Exercise

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Squatting is helpful for developing pelvic strength and control. In cultures where people regularly squat, they have stronger legs and healthier bowels. Squatting provides lower back support, massages abdominal muscles and organs, facilitates circulation, and prevents constipation.

Pelvic Floor Relaxation: Legs up the Wall Pose

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The pelvic floor tends to hold residual tension on a regular basis. This residual tension prevents you from relaxing the pelvic muscles, which makes them more prone to fatigue. When your pelvic muscles are fatigued, you are more likely to experience problems with incontinence. When pelvic muscles are “too tired,” it becomes difficult to hold Read more »

Pelvic Floor Exercise: Cat-Cow Contract-Release

Yoga Cat Pose

Pelvic Floor Exercise: Cat-Cow Contract-Release Because your pelvis tilts as you lift back and forth, the Cat-Cow pose is an effective posture to flow with Contract-Releases. Cat-Cow is good for opening up the bones of the pelvis and loosening tightness in the pelvic region. In the Cat-Cow pose, the shoulders roll back and the chest Read more »

Pelvic Floor Relaxation: Pelvic Floor Relaxation in Corpse Pose

Pelvic Floor Relaxation Corpse Pose

The pelvic floor tends to hold residual tension on a regular basis. This residual tension prevents you from relaxing the pelvic muscles, which makes them more prone to fatigue. When your pelvic muscles are fatigued, you are more likely to experience problems with incontinence. When pelvic muscles are “too tired,” it becomes difficult to hold Read more »