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Excellent class and instructor; I learned more from Kerry re: Pelvic floor than I did from a doctor and a pelvic floor specialist. the handouts are excellent and usable to incorporate in daily life.

A.D., Student

It was so nice to find a dedicated environment in which to discuss pelvic floor health! This workshop definitely helped me understand that PF health is about much, much more than endless Kegels…

C.L. Student, Student

I didn’t realize how much a healthy pelvic floor makes for a healthy life and well-being. I learned so much!

A.S. Student

Yoga for Pelvic Floor

The muscles of the pelvic floor form a gentle support for reproductive and excretory organs, and provide an inner network connecting the legs and the spine. Pelvic floor muscles can be overly loose or even too tight. The stress of childbirth, changes that occur with menopause, and health or sexual history effect these important, yet little known muscles and their ligaments.

Participants will learn the anatomy and to access and relax these deep muscles through mindful breathwork followed by yoga poses that realign and tone the pelvic floor. This course may alleviate symptoms associated with pelvic floor imbalances such as back, hip, sacroiliac issues, painful intercourse, incontinence or digestive complaints. A toned and balanced pelvic floor nurtures hormonal wellness, allows for healthy function of reproductive and excretory organs, and provides important postural support.

2023 Dates Coming Soon

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In many European countries, postpartum or pelvic PT is the STANDARD OF CARE and provides important support for women following childbirth.

An estimated 13 million Americans struggle with incontinence. This number is likely under-reported.

Realigning and toning the pelvic floor can be helpful for postpartum support, menopausal women, prostate issues, incontinence, and pelvic pain

Learn the Science. Practice the poses.

This Intro Workshop includes presentation/discussion and practice. The 4-Week series puts key principles to practice. Attendance in both is recommended, though not required.  Previous yoga experience is suggested.

Enrollment in the Series includes the following:

  • 4-Weekly Classes of Asana that support Pelvic Floor
  • Informational handouts
  • Q & A sessions – submit your questions in advance or ask during our weekly classes


Intro Workshop, $35

4 Week -Series – $60