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To accompany you through the study of the BANDHAs (from Sanskrit: closure, support, hold together)  and the discovery of the correct functioning of the pelvic floor we propose to recognize first what it is the pelvic floor: where it is located, how it is structured and how it works, from a physiological point of view.

To do this, in this module, we make use of the guidance of a midwife formata  in the methodology:  MOVEMENT 3194-136BAD5cf -bb3b-136bad5cf58d_®.

Like BREATH, the pelvic floor is an essential ingredient for the practice, an incredible ally. When we can recognize it and understand its correct use,   the perineum gives strength, support, protection, openness, balance to the posizioni.

To integrate it into practice, it is important that we know  where it "lives", how we can recall it in connection with the breath, e listen to its connection_cc758905-5cde-3194d the lower abdomen:


  • MULA BANDHA:   conscious, gentle and stable activation of the pelvic floor;

  • UDDIYANA BANDHA:   soft and stable activation of the lower abdomen.

The correct use of BANDHAs , in addition to being essential during practice, is also essential during teaching, to protect ourselves and support others from loads and any imbalances during adjustments.

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