Postural & Emotional relationship to the pelvic Floor

Updated: Jan 18

As I work with my clients for emotional imbalance which I call Emotional Indigestion. In many cases, I end up with anatomical and mechanical issues of the pelvic floor. The pelvic floor is another diaphragm. Actually they work together in breathing. When they are not coordinated well in breathing, it creates emotional indigestion very similar to a psychological problem. If so, working and therapy psychologically with your brain may not be enough to improve your feeling.

All most every clients who suffer from any of GAPS ( either a Gut and Psychology syndrome) has one or more pelvic floor anatomical and mechanical disfunction. Therefore, I suggest you to try and refunctioning your pelvic floor mechanism before you try any of psychiatric medication.

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