When it comes to pelvic floor work, sometimes less is more. Less stress, less strain, less worry. More release, more connection and more whole body movement!
This simple movement session includes just that. It's not about being perfect, or forcing yourself to do everything. A little bit every day is the way to make sustainable change!
This session focuses on your pelvic floor, specifically. For more movement options check out my home page for the other videos:
Session #2 pelvic floor, breathing and your core
Session #3 your pelvic floor and your hip muscles
Session #4 it starts from the ground... pelvic floor and feet!
What else do you get in each video?
- Anatomy for everyone. A quick overview of what's where so you can picture how the moves make sense.
- What's the WHY? A short explanation of the goals and intentions behind the moves and what you might experience so you can really get to your own personal WHY!
Alison has been teaching Pilates and movement for almost 20 years. A dedicated Pilates instructor with an eye for detail, she enhanced her skills and understanding of bio mechanics and functional alignment during her certification as a Restorative Exercise Specialist with Katy Bowman and the Nutritious Movement Institute.
Alison is fascinated by how bodies work and has taken part in two fascial dissections with Tom Myers of Anatomy Trains. Her experiences have added nuance and detail to her understanding of how truly it's all connected!
Alison has an approach to movement and health that includes exercise-specific movement, natural everyday movement, somatic body and brain exploration and a deep conviction that how our brains and bodies get together makes all the difference to how we feel. Combining functional, exploratory details and alignment with fluid, intuitive movement and an emphasis on acceptance and fun leads to sustaiable change that helps you feel better for life!
Diana M Yoga & Pilates Teacher
"You are a great translator and communicator Alison, so warm and relate-able but also clearly very very knowledgeable too. A rare mix."
Mel P Pilates and Restorative Movement Teacher