Journey into Effective Self-Care
If there is anything you are responsible for in your life, it is your health first. Without ability to move and function physically, you cannot take care of much else. Your body is always the result of what you have done with it so far. How do you want your body to be in 10 years? 20 years? How much time, money, and effort is that worth? And what about your pelvic floor, do you know what to do? Want to learn some self therapy for that?
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This guide delves into self-care for your breasts and your female pelvis, including "internal" work. It teaches how to use gentle myofascial release approach for these areas specifically and the surrounding body.
I have been a physical therapist over 30 years. In early 2008 I started specializing in Women's Health and particularly pelvic physical therapy. I took the APTA (American Physical Therapy Association) courses and exams , wrote the case study article and earned the CAPP (Certificate of Achievement in Pelvic Physical therapy). When I took a visceral mobilization course, my eyes were opened to the importance of fascia. I noticed there was a Barnes "Fascia Pelvis" course coming and signed up. My life has never been the same since that course. I felt a deep connection to John Barnes' work. I realized my own body could be better than I thought. As I benefited from the work myself and saw my patients get better more than any work I had done before, I became passionate about this MFR (myofascial release). After 25 years of being an employee, I was able to start my own practice in 2013 with great success. During the 2020 pandemic I did more self-care than usual and realized I wanted to share the work I was doing for my own pelvis in a guide for women. Here it is!
This book is from me to all women!
Whether you already have multiple self-care practices or are just wanting to start taking better care of yourself, this guide is for you!