Psoas, SO Happy: Yoga for Hip Flexors
Being born with a uterus presents opportunities for great joy and great challenge. In this three-part series, you will learn about the anatomy and physiology of menstruation, peri-menopause, and menopause and finally the path of post-menopause (60 years and beyond) and what can be done to stay vibrant, strong, and flexible as we age.
The digestive system is designed to break down the foods and assimilate nutrients that we need to live optimally. Unfortunately, some of us have “our gut in a rut”. Yoga, breath work and mudras can help. This yoga for digestion workshop includes yoga and breath practice for digestive issues.
This 78-minute video download was designed for all levels of male yoga students to increase awareness, flexibility and strength of the pelvis. Everyone loses muscle strength and mobility as they get older, and because daily activities (and fitness programs) don’t usually strengthen the pelvic floor, this part of the body is particularly vulnerable to problems. As a result, many men develop pelvic issues as they get older, including incontinence, prostatitis, sexual dysfunction, and other issues rooted in the musculature of the pelvis. Although strength is important for pelvic health, posture, flexibility and deep breathing are of equal importance. This video starts with an introduction by Dr. Timothy McCall, author of Yoga as Medicine, and offers three short yoga practices to help keep the male pelvis healthy.
Video format: MP4
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online course offered by Yoga U
Learning how to strengthen, stabilize, stretch and soften the pelvic floor is essential to create the correct foundation for each movement in the body. In this online yoga course, Leslie Howard explores ways to develop a strong pelvic floor and discuss why it is important to keep the pelvic and abdominal organs healthy as we age to avoid women’s health issues like incontinence and prolapse. Leslie also discusses why a strong pelvic floor isn’t enough, we must also keep this important part of the body flexible. She discusses why developing and maintaining a healthy and strong pelvic floor involves a lot more than just doing Kegel exercises and demystify mula bandha. These practices are undertaught, misunderstood and if done improperly can lead to more problems.
online course offered by Pranamaya.com
Join popular Bay Area yoga teacher Leslie Howard for a yoga class designed to increase space, flexibility and strength in the hips. Leslie introduces a new way of working in poses that will make your hips a little more happy and a little less cranky!
online course offered by Nest Yoga
This 3 part series of online yoga videos, Yoga to Stretch and Relax the Pelvic Floor is for women who have attended Leslie Howard’s workshop or online course on The Female Pelvic Floor – Keys to Lifelong Health. Leslie has designed these follow up videos classes to help women have their own routine to heal their pelvis.
online course offered by Nest Yoga
This 3 part series of online yoga videos, Yoga to Strengthen the Pelvic Floor is for women who have attended Leslie Howard’s workshop or online course on The Female Pelvic Floor – Keys to Lifelong Health. Leslie has designed these follow up videos classes to help women have their own routine to heal their pelvis.