Yoni Yoga

Yoga to help strengthen & stretch your pelvic floor muscles

Stay tuned for next Yoni Yoga coming this fall!

What is Yoni Yoga?

First off – what is a yoni?  Yoni is sanskrit for “womb” or “vagina.”

A crucial but often ignored key to vaginal health is a strong & flexible pelvic floor.  When these pelvic floor muscles are out of balance (overly tense or weak), it can cause all sorts of menstrual, bladder and sexual issues.

Yoni Yoga has specific breathing exercises and yoga poses designed to help identify issues & restore balance to your pelvic floor muscles.

This workshop & yoga class will cover :

  • How to strengthen & stretch your pelvic floor muscles (we will go beyond just kegels)
  • How to tap into your body & figure out which exercises YOU might need more of 
  • How to incorporate what you learn about your pelvic floor into your yoga practice

Every body, every pelvis & every yoni is unique. The information we cover together at the beginning of class will help you further customize this yoga class for your specific pelvic floor needs.

What do YOU need?

  • Confidence you won’t leak at the gym?
  • Relief from severe period cramps?
  • Pain-free sex?
 
Whatever it is, know that you are not alone.  These issues are common, but they don’t have to be! Come gather together as we connect, learn, find balance & celebrate the power of the Yoni!

This class might be for you if you experience:

  • Painful Periods
  • Painful Intercourse
  • Bladder Leaks or Urgency
  • Constipation
  • Trouble inserting tampons or cups
  • Pelvic Floor Weakness or Tension
  • Tight hips, low back or hamstrings

Common Questions

Do we use a yoni egg in this class?

No, this is not that kind of yoga class.  This class will feel similar to a traditional yoga class but with an added focus on pelvic floor awareness, breathing & poses.  The information you learn could help you decide if certain pelvic floor exercises, like yoni eggs, are right for you.

Can I take this class if I’m pregnant? 

This class is not designed for pregnancy but is a great option for postpartum. Please reach out if you’re currently pregnant & I can refer you to a prenatal yoga specialist.

Do we need to bring anything?

All yoga props will be provided for you.  If you’d prefer to bring your own props we will be using the following: 1 yoga mat, 2 yoga blocks, 1 yoga strap, 1 massage ball, 2 yoga blankets.

Please bring your own water to stay hydrated during class.