Pelvic Floor – More then just a Muscle

The health of the back improves notably when an awareness of the body and the delicate pelvic cavity area, attained through a course of pelvic exercise applied with knowledge. Once awareness of the activation of the perineal muscle has been achieved, integration of the other muscle layers at the pelvis base, seem natural and offers a broader movement.

Those looking to take care of the back or the abdominals in relation to the spine, or similar approaches, can find new useful encouragement, new concepts and various prospects to render exercise more efficient and curative.

A conscious participation of the musculature of the pelvic floor helps to make hips more mobile and acts as a container for the abdominal organs during abdominal exercises when mobility of the coccyx or tailbone is developed and the vertebral column returns to being used in its original length: ‘from the top of the head to the tailbone‘.

The coccyx (Tailbone) is fundamental for developing pelvic floor tone. The pelvic floor is an important muscle with the support it offers to the organs of the pelvis cavity and starting at the Tailbone.

In this workshop we explore the anatomy of the pelvis cavity, the kinesiology of the three muscles, the pelvic floor is made off. We explore the movement of the pelvic floor in relation to different exercises and possibilities to train the muscle.

This approach of ‘Embodied Anatomy’ allows us to explore and experience individually. To support the process of owning own-anatomy of Body and Mind for a better health.