Pelvic Floor Yoga Intensive

with Tracey Burke | January 18 and 25, 2020 | Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Pelvic Floor Yoga Intensive

Develop awareness and good health for your pelvic floor with yoga exercises, posture, and breath for women and men. Some pelvic issues may be incontinence, pelvic pain, back or hip pain, constipation, IBS and others.

January 18 & 25, 2020 from 3:00 – 5:00 pm

What is Pelvic Floor Yoga?

Every pelvis has a story. Over time you will uncover more stories and layers to help understand your source of strength and vitality. Our stories go unheard by doctors, our culture, and our selves. Pelvic floor yoga will increase awareness and understanding of your pelvic floor.
Pelvic floor yoga uses poses to strengthen and poses to lengthen and relax the pelvic floor. They are nothing new but specific to the pelvis with added awareness, posture and breath you can cultivate tools to bring health and healing.

Why study about the pelvic floor?

A study from Medicine National Institutes of Health says the number of American women with at least one pelvic floor disorder will increase from 28.1 in 2010 to 43.8 million in 2050. (UI to increase 55%, fecal incontinence will increase 59%, and POP-prolapse will increase 46%).

I do my kegels!

Kegels work for some. They may not work for all and you may be addressing only a part of the pelvic floor or you may not be doing them appropriately. Know if you have a hypertonic or hypotonic pelvic floor. Or is the tightness or looseness isolated to front/back or side to side. Understand the coordination with your breath, and core.

Is it for woman only?

No. All genders will benefit. It will give you tools to take ownership of your own health and well -being while you increase comfort, vitality and confidence.

The different layers of pelvic floor muscles are entwined with structures of the sacrum, fascia, perineum and hips and back. If you experience any of these–incontinence, pelvic pain, constipation, menopause, post-partum changes, back pain, hip/knee pain, painful intercourse, hemorrhoids/itching/anal pain, prolapse, frequent urination–Pelvic Floor Yoga can help!

The architecture of the pelvis, with its vaulted circular crests, is at once earthly and celestial. Like canyon walls, the rigids of the pelvis shelter and define the rivers that meander through it. ~Tias Little

About Tracey Burke:

Tracey Burke began teaching yoga in 2004 and founded Wind River Yoga in Dubois in 2005. Her training includes 400 plus hours in teacher training with Richard Freeman, Sundari, and Tim Miller in the Ashtanga and Anusara philosophies. Additionally, last year Tracey earned certification in Leslie Howard’s Pelvic Floor Yoga (TM), which requires extensive training and testing.

Tracey offers space for you to explore freedom of movement and quieting the mind which reflect the practice of yoga within a safe and nurturing environment.

The unfolding of her yoga comes from years of ski instruction at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, horsemanship, and providing healthy nutritious meals as a owner/operator of a guest ranch on the wide open Wyoming range.

Yoga Workshop Cost and Registration:

$100 for both 2-hour sessions

Contact

Teton Yoga Shala
3510 N. Lake Creek Dr.
Wilson, Wyoming 83014-0151
307.690.3054
info at tetonyoga.com
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