Your Weekly Lesson

Day 14

Transverse and Pelvic Floor activation with overhead reach belly breaths. One of the most misunderstood components of pelvic floor health is the role of the pelvic diaphragm. This is the deepest area of your pelvic floor and it serve to support the internal pelvic and lower abdominal organs. There is a natural co-contraction between the deep corset (Transverse Abdominis) muscle and the deep pelvic floor diaphragm muscles.

Take a moment to stand up and practice of few of these overhead reach belly breaths where you focus on exhaling, zipping up and elongating the core and pelvic diaphragm. The overhead reach can help the respiratory diaphragm also encourage the movement we want.