“Your pelvic floor supports some of the most vital physical processes for a long and healthy life, including breathing, balance, hip function, core timing, and more.
This in-depth workshop with physical therapist and professional yoga therapist Shelly Prosko will guide you in building a foundation for lifelong balance and strength through PhysioYoga.
For both men and women, pelvic health issues such as pelvic pain, incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, and sexual health are often poorly addressed or left untreated. Shelly developed PhysioYoga from her extensive training and experience, resulting in an effective, evidence-based practice that provides easy-to-use tools to maximize pelvic floor health and overall wellness.
During these five days, you will experience an empowering combination of therapeutic yoga sequences, discussions on yoga philosophy, and physical therapy movements that you can continue at home on your own.
You will learn:
Get proactive about moving through the stages of your life with more ease, stability, and security. You will return home feeling great, with everything you need to continue to use what you’ve learned at home for ongoing well-being and confidence.”
**This training retreat is not intended to assess or treat or act as medical advice. Please seek guidance and treatment from your health professional in your area for any unmanaged conditions.*
Shelly Prosko, a physical therapist, professional yoga therapist, and Pilates instructor, is a highly sought-after pioneer in the area of PhysioYoga Therapy, a combination of physical therapy and medical therapeutic yoga.
Since 1998, she has been integrating yoga into her physical therapy treatments to promote optimal healing for people suffering from a variety of conditions, including pelvic-health issues and persistent pain. Her pelvic health PhysioYoga workshops, trainings, and DVDs support physical therapists, various healthcare providers, yoga therapists, and students of all levels to take an active approach toward creating and sustaining health.
Shelly integrates the art and science of yoga and physical therapy in valuable and empowering ways as a presenter at medical colleges and yoga therapy schools, and yoga therapy and medical conferences throughout the world. She gave a TEDx talk and is a contributing writer to Yoga Therapy Today and several blogs