Pelvic Floor Connections for Movement Instructors

Pelvic Floor Connections For Movement Instructors

A workshop for movement instructors to explore the pelvic floor, its relevant connections and how to effectively integrate into excellent movement education.

Whilst often "cued" in order to aid stability, the pelvic floor has many connections to breathing, hip function, spinal stability and important body functions.
The pelvic floor is a group of muscles and tissues that must work in a co-ordinated fashion to be efficient. The pelvic floor is often OVER active, or "hypertonic, and traditional cues often activate some parts but not all. Leading to dysfunction.
Cameron has worked in Pelvic pain and Dysfunction for a number of years. Teaching Drs and physiotherapists.