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Yoga for general wellness and chronic pelvic pain: In-office and virtual private sessions.

Anne Taylor has been teaching yoga for 17 years and is a 500-hour Yoga Alliance certified vinyasa instructor, as well as an IAYT yoga therapist. Her approach is informed by traditional yoga theory and Western neuroanatomy. Anne's program will keep you safe and make you feel good.
All experience levels welcome! Anne believes yoga is for every body, and will always offer ways to modify or intensify based on your personal goals or limitations.

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Kathryn Ahuja, PT, DPT on the benefits of practicing yoga to treat pelvic pain and dysfunction:

“PT Patients with chronic pelvic pain (CPP) ask, ‘Is there anything else I can do?’ They have often been living with pain for a long time and are eager to feel better as quickly as possible. The truth is that there is no fast lane to healing CPP. Healing should integrate the biomechanical, psychological, and social factors, which can all play a part in your symptoms. Yoga can be a very effective way to address each of these players and move you towards increased freedom and function.”

“Practicing yoga poses called asanas is an effective, safe way to get you moving again. Standing poses like warrior II (Virabhadrasana II) and crescent lunge (Anjaneyasana) simultaneously lengthen and strengthen the muscles of your legs and hips. When these muscles regain their function, it can help your pelvic floor muscles to back off any chronic holding patterns.
Backward bends like cobra (Bhujangasana) or camel pose (Ustrasana) help restore the natural curves of your spine while lengthening any tension in the abdominal muscles. This may make it a little easier to keep your body in an upright posture throughout your day.
Supine stretches like butterfly (Baddha Konasana) or happy baby (Ananda Balasana) can help ease tension in the muscles of the inner thighs (adductors) while you are supported by the floor. When these muscles relax, there can be a noticeable reduction in pain since trigger points in the adductors can refer to the genitals and pubic bone.
Depression and anxiety are common comorbidities for people with CPP. Yoga can help to shift your mood which may also have an effect on your perceived pain.”

Virtual Flow Yoga for Pelvic Pain: Mondays at 7pm (EST)

Join Anne Taylor in a 1-hour weekly virtual group yoga class designed for pelvic pain relief—all experience levels welcome!

The flow style sequence will include breathing exercises (pranayama), strengthening & stretching poses (asana) & a short meditation (dhyana). This combination has been shown to reduce pain & improve quality of life in research studies.


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Private Sessions and Packages

Save by purchasing 5 or 10-session packages for both in-office and virtual private in-office and virtual sessions!

Please call us for in-office sessions pricelist. 

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