Pelvic HealthPodcasts, Videos & Articles
What do you think of when you think of pelvic health? If you are like most people, you might think of it as something for women, related to childbearing, and something we can’t control as we age. However, the truth is, whether a person is male, female, non-binary, or non-gender conforming, everyone has a pelvis and a pelvic floor. And as with any other part of the body, it is important for us to know what this part of our body does for us, and how we can ensure it is healthy and working well.
Here are some podcasts, articles and videos that will help you to learn more about pelvic health, so that you can help your yoga students. If you want to learn more – check out Pelvic Health Professionals.
Hip or pelvic pain is a common complaint among yoga students, and you may even have experienced it yourself. Shannon Crow (she/her) shares more about what exactly hip pain is and some yoga exercises and movements that can help alleviate it.
What do we as yoga teachers need to understand about the bladder? So many of our students are dealing with urinary incontinence. Studies have shown the benefits that yoga and education can have. Today Shannon outlines why yoga is good for your bladder.
Shannon shares a pelvic symmetry sequence that she has used for years as a yoga teacher and practitioner. It is one that Dr. Sinead Dufour adapted from a sequence that Cecile Rost, PT created. This sequence is often helpful for pelvic girdle pain.
All of your yoga students have a pelvic floor. Shannon Crow specializes in sharing Yoga for Pelvic Health. Today on the podcast she talks about the 5 functions of the pelvic floor and how yoga and physio can help those dealing with pelvic health issues.
Today Shannon talks to Antony Lo, a physiotherapist who specializes in pelvic health and helping those who love to move and do CrossFit.
Today Shannon talks to Mado Hesselink of the Yoga Teacher Resource podcast about how she integrates pelvic health and yoga.
Susie Gronski is a doctor of physical therapy as well as a yoga teacher. In today’s podcast, she talks to us about male pelvic health, yoga and much more.
Melissa Dessaulles explains the difference between stress and urge incontinence, and how yoga and physiotherapy can help in addressing some of these issues.
When we are told to engage or strengthen the core in a yoga class – what does that mean exactly? Lauren Ohayen covers core myths and cues.
Julie Wiebe talks to us about pelvic health during pregnancy, birth and beyond. She talks about how yoga teachers can use breath and movement to help our students in their recovery postnatally.
Casie Danenhauer is a physical therapist and yoga teacher. She talks about painful sex and how we can use yoga, breathing, and meditation. She also talks about how well all of this integrates with physical therapy.
Marie-Josée Forget talks to us about the anatomy, physiology, and function of the pelvic floor. She talks about a weak versus tense pelvic floor and gives her thoughts on Kegels. MJ covers so much information about pelvic health in this episode.
Shannon reveals her own personal experiences of going through three pregnancies and births with no idea about pelvic health, and how finding out more about the topic ignited her passion in the topic. She talks more about the four key elements of yoga for pelvic health – breath, alignment, movement and information – and why yoga makes such a difference.
Dustienne Miller is a physical therapist and yoga teacher who specializes in helping women to relieve pelvic pain, specifically endometriosis.
Kimberly Castello is a yoga therapist, who helps people who are dealing with persistent pain, endometriosis, chronic fatigue and illness.
Today we meet Helena Spears, a yoga teacher who has been using yoga to deal with persistent pain. Helena has Interstitial Cystitis, Fibromyalgia and AS.
Pelvic girdle pain develops in pregnancy or postnatally. Shannon and Dr. Sinead Dufour discuss how our understanding of pelvic girdle pain has evolved, the misconceptions that make treating the pain difficult, and what yoga teachers can do to help their students experiencing pelvic pain.
In today’s podcast, Dr. Sarah Duvall defines pelvic organ prolapse and shares what we as yoga teachers and practitioners need to know about POP.
Today I talk about why supported bridge pose is such a great way to become aware of the pelvic floor and to let it have a little rest. All day we are walking around with pressure on the pelvic floor due to our abdominal organs and gravity. With this pose, we can let...
In this video, I demo a pose that I often use when teaching yoga for Pelvic Health. Give these side plank variations a try to build strength in different variations.
In this video, I demo a pose that I often use when teaching yoga for Pelvic Health. Practice windshield knees and elbow window pose with me.
What is diastasis recti? New research tells us that is is no longer a separation of the rectus abdominus muscles. Dr. Sinead Dufour shares her findings.
In Part III of Shannon’s Pelvic Health Mini Series, Shelly Prosko, talks with us about kegels, mula bandha and all things pelvic health.
This week Shannon is pleased to share insight from another pelvic health expert. Kim Vopni talks about core breath and pelvic health.
Trista Zinn is a personal trainer who specialized in pelvic health and core pre-programming. Trista is the founder of Coreset Fitness.