JACKSON, Wyo. — Four Pines Physical Therapy will sponsor a donation-based three-part yoga workshop focusing on the management of pelvic pain for men and women.  Four Pines PT has been offering therapeutic interventions to men and women who suffer from abdominal and pelvic pain for over 20 years and feel that a multidisciplinary approach is best.

Join instructor Kyla King and learn:

  1. What the pelvic floor is and why its health is vital to your overall health.
  2. How to connect with your pelvic floor and how to determine the support it needs.
  3. What a Kegel is (and is not) and how to engage the muscles of your pelvic floor properly to bring health and balance into your pelvic bowl. 
  4. How to safely and accurately engage your core to create stability and strength in your pelvic floor. 
  5. How to ease pain in the pelvic floor through breathwork and physical yoga postures.

The three-part workshop is Saturday, Oct. 22, Oct. 29 and Nov. 5 from 4-5:30 p.m. Each session will be followed by a 30-minute Q&A session. Classes will be conducted at Teton Yoga Shala, behind the Aspens Market.

This workshop is for all individuals looking to connect with their pelvic floors, especially those suffering from pelvic pain, organ prolapse, incontinence or recovering from pregnancy/birth. Wear comfortable clothing that you can move easily in and bring a water bottle. Notebooks are encouraged!

Space is limited, register here.

About Kyla King

Kyla King. Photo: Courtesy

Kyla King has been practicing yoga for 19 years. She received her 200hr. teacher certification in Yoga on the Inside in the spring of 2020 from her teachers Kristin Bosteels and Eddie Modestini. After years of suffering from knee pain, she was able to move through her pain with the help of her yoga practice. King recently has dedicated herself fully to the study of yoga, specifically on how it can be practiced to support individuals suffering from physical pain. She has studied with Leslie Howard on using the physical poses in yoga for pelvic floor issues including general pelvic pain, incontinence, organ prolapse and recovery from pregnancy and delivery. It is her wish to address the pain of others by helping each individual to build a deeper understanding of and connection with their own bodies.