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Yoga For Pelvic Floors
Leslie Howard, Oakland yoga teacher leads pelvic floor workshops across USA inspiring women to find out all they need to know about ‘down there’. Proper work of strengthening, stabilizing, stretching and softening the pelvic floor helps to create the correct foundation of each ..Read More
It’s hard for some women to imagine the pelvic floor, let alone their core. The core is considered the midsection of your body, from the groin to the shoulders. The muscle groups included in your core lie deep within the body and include the pelvic, abdominal, back and chest muscles. These..Read More
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