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Leslie Howard, a San Francisco-based yoga teacher, specializing in all things pelvic. Her own struggles with healing her pelvis led her to intense study of the anatomy, physiology, cultural messaging, history and energetics of this rich place. Her teaching is informed by over 3000 hours of yoga study with senior Iyengar teachers, notably Manouso Manos. She considers Ramanand Patel as her most important influence and mentor. She leads workshops and trainings nationally and is co-writing a book about awakening the female pelvis.
In my workshop I’m really truly introducing a lot of women to their pelvises whether they have a problem, don’t have a problem, whether they think they’re too loose in their pelvic floor or too tight in their pelvic floor. You need to know what’s there, you know, you need to know how to move it. You need to know how to stretch it and strengthen it.Cast Page
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