The body’s primary stress container
A 2 hour introductory talk for everyone…
Presenter: Karin Locher
Date & Time: 15th February, 6-8 pm
Cost: AED 250
Venue: Osteopathic Health Centre, Al Wasl Road, Umm Suqeim 2, Dubai, UAE
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The concept of a weak pelvic floor quickly conjures up dreaded images of incontinence, prolapses, a lack of sexual senses and floppy lower abs. There is no wonder it has become one of the primary focuses to ‘tighten and tone’. But what constitutes a muscle that is not working, or feels weak? And what is the best way to bring it back into a healthy state? Contrary to what you might think, a weak muscle does not mean a loose muscle, one that needs tightening up. Weakness comes about when a muscle has lost its communication to the rest of the body, its sensory feedback, usually induced by a stressful environment or stressful circumstance.