We start May 29, 2023!
Intensive 4-week series to experience how pelvic floor yoga can help you.
Join us live online
Yoga is the journey of
self, through the self, to the self
Let me teach you the secrets of pelvic floor yoga. We will explore a wide range of techniques and modifications that you can use in your daily life. You'll become the expert in what works for your body's needs, and can apply these lessons to any class you take in the future.
Join us and learn how to stretch, relax, and strengthen your pelvic floor.
Pelvic Floor Boot Camp Series
Each Session will be 60 minutes:
45 minutes of exercise followed by 15 minutes of Q&A
Sessions are Mon/Wed/Fri | 6 pm - 7 pm pst | Broadcasted on Zoom
Are you ready?
YOU ARE NOT ALONE!
24% of women experience pelvic floor dysfunction in their lives and it impacts all genders. Unfortunately, people tend to suffer in silence because they don't know what to do. They give up on fitness and their health suffers. Fortunately, there are exercises that may help you get fit without worsening your symptoms.
Pelvic floor yoga is specifically designed for your muscle concerns. Every pose is focused on your body's needs, so that you can safely relax and strengthen your pelvic floor while you work the entire body. Use the breath and hip adjustments you learn in class and apply them to real life, and you'll feel like a new person.
"I have cystocele and rectocele, and gave up running and jumping for many years. Within about six months of yoga with Tracy I was able to start playing tennis with my kids."
"MAGIC... I didn't realize that I had a weak pelvic floor until I started taking Tracy's Online Yoga Programs. I have taken several online lessons with Tracy which have totally changed my post menopausal Life."
"Tracy's classes are a breath of fresh air for my day. Her pelvic floor expertise is woven throughout the classes, keeping us aware that small changes can reap great results."
BOTH! Every class will give modifications to poses that will help you focus more on stretching or relaxing, depending on what your body needs.
If your doctor has cleared you to exercise, you should enjoy this course. The instructor has been living with prolapse since 2011, and always gives modifications to prevent you from feeling extra pressure while you're exercising.
All of our yoga classes focus on deep breathing while stretching the pelvic floor. On the days when you feel up to trying some of the strengthening focused modifications, the poses will always be followed by movements designed to release any tension you might be holding in the pelvic floor. I'll also let you in a secret - most of the stretching poses subtly build strength, too, so you can get stronger by just sticking with the relaxing options.
Kegels actually are not good exercises for many people, so we don't use them. This style of yoga positions the pelvis in a way that supports your organs and protects the pelvic floor. We also use breathing techniques to help move the pelvic floor through its full range of motion, which is important for everyone's pelvic health. Occasionally, you'll hear an optional cue to "lift the perineum," but only for a few breaths in the class. This is as close as we ever get to a Kegel, and it's rare that we even go that far.
Yes! You can watch our videos on any device that has internet access.
We do not require anyone to keep their cameras on during class. We strongly encourage it so that the teacher can help you modify and prevent injury, but we respect your decision to turn off your video if you are feeling uncomfortable.
We use Zoom to broadcast the sessions. You will receive the private Zoom link via email after registration.
The sessions will be Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 6 pm pst, and will last 60 minutes. The Pelvic Floor exercise/yoga portion will last 45 minutes and will be followed by 15 minutes of Q & A time so you can be further educated.