How Does Posture Affect My Pelvic Floor

Focus will be on how the pelvic floor is integrated with the abdominal muscles, deep muscles of the hip and back, diaphragm up to the vocal folds and how all these muscles work together to provide strength and stability to the body and optimal function of your pelvic floor and that proper alignment is one of the primary mechanism for this to happen.


- Anatomy of the what makes up the “core” physiology of how everything functions together

- Poor alignment and how that can affect pelvic floor function

- Necessary components to have optimal alignment -

Postural and alignment demo, opportunity for participants to feel it themselves


Those with or without dysfunction that may include back pain, neck pain, pelvic floor dysfunction, but also those who have always questioned, “does posture matter?” Can include all people, including other practitioners.


This class is not for women who have too much pain to stand, or underlying conditions where one should get medical attention or seek out individualized physical therapy assessment first (i.e. scoliosis or balance deficits, sciatica).


Corey graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in 2004 and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy with distinction in 2006 from Simmons College in Boston. Corey is one of the five percent of physical therapists nationwide to become a board certified orthopedic specialist (OCS) in 2010 with the American Physical Therapy Association.