Pelvic Floor Series Part Four
Meet your coach: Dr. Anna Hammond, DPT
We've explored the effects of breathing, abdominal engagement, and hips on the pelvic floor.
Now let's look at how spinal and shoulder mobility affects the pelvic floor.
When we have an area of the body that doesn't move as well as it should, it can create a tug-of-war in the body.
If we can allow these areas to open, we can better access our core and create back-body expansion.
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