If you’re not massaging your vagina, you’d better start, stat!
Isa Herrera is a licensed physical therapist and an expert in integrative pelvic floor therapies in the field of women’s health. She’s helped over 14,000 women in her practice since 2005, using a variety of healing modalities.
In this episode, we’re talking about how to identify and correct simple pelvic floor imbalances to reduce menstrual pain; also known as cramps, why you should be massaging your vagina on a regular basis, techniques for helping to prevent menstrual pain, and so much more!
- How to identify menstrual pain and what it’s telling us
- How your uterus can become misplaced
- Why you should be massaging your vagina on a regular basis
- Why doing kegels is the last thing Isa would prescribe for menstrual pain
- The importance of dealing with your pain instead of masking it with pain medication
- How emotions factor into menstrual pain and why those emotions can’t be ignored
- Techniques for helping to prevent menstrual pain
- How a pain diary and a body work diary can be beneficial