Pelvic movement can be hindered by various everyday factors such as occupational hazards, repetitive movements, dehydration, trauma, or emotional stress in the front of the hips. Traditional Pelvic Rehabilitation, which often relies on stretching and strengthening, has frequently been found lacking in effectively addressing these issues.
At Feel SOMA, we adopt a more nuanced and comprehensive “reconditioning” approach. Instead of pinpointing a single tissue as the source of discomfort, we focus on all the tissues involved, including nerve, muscle, bone, skin, fascia, blood, and lymph. This method recognises the interconnected nature of these tissues and emphasises the importance of neural communication, movement patterns, and fluid flow.
Our program is designed for those who may not have access to tools like rollers or balls that typically aid in changing tissue response. Instead, the emphasis here is on specific movements, known as fascial mobilisers, that directly target regions of the fascia and bones that can become restricted, especially in the pelvic area. These low-speed, low-force movements enhance neural response, improve mechanical patterns, and increase fluid flow, allowing the tissues to reset and integrate in a more natural and inclusive manner.
This holistic approach goes beyond mere symptom treatment, delving into the root causes of pelvic issues. It’s a practical and well-rounded strategy that resonates with Feel SOMA’s philosophy of enhancing overall well-being and body awareness, making it a sensible choice for those seeking a more effective and body-conscious solution to pelvic movement challenges.
Program Duration – 10-15 mins
When – Easy and effective way to prepare tissues in any environment; before, during or after sessions.
Program Flow – follow the Preparation section, do both sides of the body, then repeat on the side that feels more restricted.
Terminology – We use innovative techniques that may differ in name and location. The instructional videos and coaching will assure you of a positive experience.
SFM – Fascial Mobilisers are our way of moving the tissues, we don’t stretch. 45-60 secs each
Progress Meter – upon completion of viewing a video, wait a few seconds for the next video to automatically appear. This will then update your progress meter after each viewing. Manually clicking on the next video will disrupt the progress meter.
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