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The Brain-Body-Pelvic Bowl Connection for our aging pelvic floor.

To some extend most of us need a pelvic bowl yoga practice to address our aging pelvic floor issues.  Let’s face is, most of us have a pelvic floor that is either hypertonic or hypotonic because of compounding daily stress and excessive sitting at work and otherwise. The musculature that supports us at our deepest core is either too tense or too weak. Either end of that spectrum can leave us with issues of incontinence, urge or stress related, or difficulty with our other natural elimination process. They can also cause us to be ineffective in our attempts to move our work out into the world in an empowered and coherent manner.  Even worse, they can leave us in a cycle of always gathering more information, or in the planning and prototype phases, because we don’t have the internal support to bring our plans into manifesting action.

“I am so happy to be learning JeanMarie’s pelvic bowl yoga in my 50’s.  Her approach is not only taking care problems with my menopause muffin and aging pelvic floor, it’s putting a spring in my step.”

Hypertonicity or hypotonicity is more common than our medical system generally speaks about and can really show up during peri-menopause and menopause.  Partly, because it grows slowly over time often under the radar of awareness and, happens for a variety of reasons.  They can happen from the mechanics of daily life, as the result of a difficult delivery, the aftermath of what at the time seemed like an insignificant injury or accident, or as a lasting impression from a complicated childhood.  Both ends of the polarity can leave us feeling discordant in our lives, diminishing our physical, sensual and creative vitality.

In essence, leaving us feeling ineffective.

I developed Yoga Nidra process over the years of being a creative direction consultant to creative catalyzer’s birthing a business or feeling stuck in their creative expression.  It became clear that not having a strong, responsive and integrated brain and pelvic floor was more often than not, most of the problem.

As my clients started using my pelvic bowl yoga nidra process to address their aging pelvic floor issues, they became more creative and effective and started living with a greater sense of ease, vitality and purpose.

That included working with the powerful nature of their Corpus Callosum and their most intimate pelvic floor muscles, creating an inner sense of core presence as a somatic process.  Developing a pelvic bowl with a healthy level of tone contributes to our physical vitality, the ability to stand in the strength within our core, and our sensual vitality, the ability to feel all the nuances that contribute to our deep awareness.  I call it Core Presencing. My clients learned over time that this kind of core presence also takes care of other problems that are commonly associated with feminine aging.

When our core strength meets our core awareness, it results in an enlivening process within our energetic Womb releasing our creative expression and sensual potential.  An enlivening process that naturally awakens our core presence, enriching every aspect of daily life, whether it’s your time of full fertility or the other end, time to explore your creative expression.

Suddenly when you enter a room, everyone turns their head as your vitality, physical and sensual, infuses the space you share.

Are you ready to turn a lot of heads?

Would you like a free sample session to begin The Brain-Body-Pelvic Bowl Connection?  Email me at and I’ll be happy to share.