Importance of Core Strength and Pelvic Floor Muscles for women – Free Talk
Saturday 3rd September 2022
Online on Zoom, Online Events
Are you in your 30’, 40’ or 50’s?
Do you feel the need to urinate frequently?
Do you have lower back aches?
Do you feel something coming out of your vagina?
Do you feel a small ball stuck inside your vagina?
Do you look pregnant several years after delivery?
Does your navel jut out?
Do you feel embarrassed to talk about it with others?
If the answer to these questions is yes, then this talk is for you
Diastasis Recti – A lot of women suffer from a condition called Diastasis Recti after delivery. Your six pack abdominal muscle called Rectus Abdominis is joined on its two sides by a soft tissue called the Linea Alba. During pregnancy this Linea Alba stretches to accommodate the growing fetus and joins back post delivery. Due to a weakness in the muscle, many times this does not happen, causing a separation in the Rectus Abdominis. This separation is called Diastasis Recti. Because of this a woman may look pregnant several years after delivery, as your stomach does not go in.
Uterine Prolapse – It is the dropping down from its position or exerting pressure on the bladder of the uterus, causing you to urinate frequently, or the descent of the uterus into the vaginal canal, due to a weakness in its supporting muscles, or even its protrusion through the vagina.
Cystocele – Bladder Prolapse is called Cystocele.
Umbilical Hernia – A lot of women have umbilical hernia, for which they are advised surgery. When an organ or a tissue bulges out through an opening (generally a weak surrounding muscle wall) this is called Hernia. When it happens in the stomach it’s called umbilical hernia.
Join Sharmila Kannan, to understand our bodies better and to understand how our dietary choices can impact even these conditions and find solutions with a change in diet and yoga.
Date: Saturday, 3rd September 2022
Time: 6:00 pm – 6:45 pm IST + Q & A (8.30 am USA, 1.30 pm UK, 4.30 pm UAE, 8.30 pm Hong Kong, Singapore & AWST)
This is a free event but registration is must.