Understanding Pelvic Floor Movement

By Katie Hunter Drop, push, bulge, squeeze.  These words are used regularly when talking about pelvic floor function but what do they actually mean? We often talk about how the pelvic floor muscles become dysfunctional and can cause daily symptoms of pelvic pain, bladder and bowel urgency and frequency, incontinence, prolapse, and sexual dysfunction. Today, I would […] Continue Reading

Posture and the Pelvis: Part One

By Britt Van Hees “In all nature structure determines function” - William Herbert Sheldon, father of somatotyping “Form and function are a unity, two sides of a coin” - Ida P. Rolf, biochemist and fascial genius “Conjunction junction, what’ […] Continue Reading