In this module you’ll learn about pelvic floor anatomy, role of the pelvic floor and how yoga practices can improve function. The anatomy and yoga therapy component is delivered by Shelly Prosko, Canadian physiotherapist, yoga therapist and pelvic health expert.
You’ll then use principles of yogic education to apply the material to your own work, hear stories from people with a history of pelvic pain, and understand the support that is presently available to them in the community.
Open to all Yoga for Pain Practitioners who have completed Yoga for Pain Foundations Level Training.
Learn to apply yogic models for your pelvic pain patients’ physical and psychosocial wellbeing. You hear from world expert yoga therapist Shelly Prosko who has been integrating physiotherapy, yoga therapy and yoga for nearly 20 years. Threaded throughout is the Yogic Education framework that helps bridge yoga and health care, while helping you to better understand the depth and breadth of your clients’ needs, and how you can help.
You will have a greater understanding of the pelvic floor anatomy, what pelvic floor health can be, and what dysfunction can mean, physiologically and emotionally. We cover yoga techniques and methods for improving pelvic floor health, and refine your skill at using Yogic Education frameworks with specific groups.
Please note: this training is not an accreditation and does not authorise you to teach Yoga for Pelvic Pain. We don’t generally offer refunds if you cancel less than 28 days beforehand. Cancellations earlier than this are refunded at 50%. Attendees must have fully completed Yoga for Pain Foundations Level Training, including implementing feedback from assignments.