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August 2012

Thank You Nova Scotia for a Great Course

12 Aug 2012 Posted by pfilates in Uncategorized

Just getting ready to head to the airport for the long ride back to Nevada from Halifax Nova Scotia. A special thank you to the course participants. I am grateful for their participation, their thoughtful insights, and interest in the pelvic floor. I am always so impressed with the quality of professional we are able to attract. I realize this is largely because of our wonderful Canadian Course Coordinator Kim Vopni. Kim and I were talking over dinner last night about the possibility of getting the N.S. PTs organized into a collective to purchase a VESy Lab they can share. New concept but a good fit for this amazing community of women’s health specialists. We will be working on this in the weeks ahead. Thank you Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Love you…. BSC

Read This GREAT Comment

12 Aug 2012 Posted by pfilates in Uncategorized

What a great post. In case you didn’t read it here is another chance. thank you for this thoughtful and interesting post… Published in the April issue of the journal Obstetrics and Gynecology is a very interesting article about the association of Vitamin D levels and pelvic floor disorders such as urinary incontinence. The findings include: 1. Low Vit D (

Do You Want to Take a VESy Session?

02 Aug 2012 Posted by pfilates in Uncategorized

VESy stands for video-emg synchronization. This tool is the most cutting edge method of fitness training for the pelvic floor. Here is how it works…. Clients are taught the 10 Pfilates movements by one of our certified Pfitness instructors. The Pfilates movements were selected based on EMG research done by Dr. Bruce Crawford in 2008-2009. These movements naturally contract the pelvic floor muscles and are used in a way that gets the pelvic floor firing better than traditional “Kegel” exercises. Once our clients understand how to do the movements they are hooked up to 4 channel wireless EMG (electromyography) sensors to monitor the pelvic floor muscles as well as the other muscle groups used to get the pelvic floor firing. Each of the ten Pfilates movements are recorded with video synchronized to the EMG record so we can determine which…