Through a movement-based approach using non-invasive exercises, bring awareness to an area of the body that is often ignored or misunderstood.
This workshop will cover some basic anatomy and physiology of the pelvis, as well as specific exercises to deepen awareness of the structure and function of the pelvic floor - learning to enhance both its health and function.
Using imagery, movement, breath and postural work to deepen awareness you will experience how to relax, tone and strengthen this region and integrate these practices to work on the body as a whole. We will also learn how those muscles and their function are influenced by posture and how to find more ease and power.
This holistic approach will allow you to incorporate these practices into full body movement, your yoga practice, and your daily life.
This class is open to all and will include physical practice as well as discussion.
$40 before March 8 | $45 thereafter
Lara Kohn Thompson
A licensed massage therapist, perinatal trainer, educator and mentor, Lara has been teaching Yoga and involved with women's health since the early 2000s. Building on a successful dance career in her native France, Lara brings her extensive experience with movement and bodywork as well as a French expertise in Women’s health to both her teaching and her bodywork practice.
While maintaining a vibrant private practice, Lara also offers weekly Yoga classes, Yoga teacher trainings and continuing education workshops for both movement and health professionals. She is co-founder of the perinatal program at Bend and Bloom Yoga in Brooklyn. She is a contributor and trainer for the Integral Yoga Institute, Kula Yoga Project NYC, Wanderlust and most recently, Shakti Yoga in Brooklyn and the Yoga du Marais in Paris, France.