The Female Pelvis

The Female Pelvis for Yoga Teachers & Movement Professionals

The Female Pelvis

for Yoga Teachers, Pilates Instructors, Fitness Professionals & Embodiment Coaches

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Date: Thu 16 September

Time: 1300-1500 BST (UK Time)

Venue: Online via Zoom

Cost: £30

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"A really informative workshop, with lots of information to get more curious about & that you can apply to everyday life and to your yoga classes for you & your students.

I would definitely recommend this opportunity to get aweare and curious about how your own pelvis moves in relation to your body and to be able to facilitate that info & movement into your class planning."

Jen Sedgwick, Attendee, Female Pelvis Workshop June 2021



"Loved this truly supports the practise of self love ...the more we understand ourselves to more compassion we can show ourselves .The course gives us a better understanding of how we can care for ourself better during each of the different season." Attendee Menstrual Cycle Therapeutics with Jane Dancey & Julia Davis





Course Outline:

This specialist 2hr workshop is for yoga teachers, pilates instructors and fitness coaches who would like to have more knowledge and experience in creating female pelvic friendly class content which allows a woman to connect and create awareness to this very powerful but often bypassed part of the body.

The female pelvis is the seat of feminine power, creation and deep cyclical wisdom. It has a huge influence on a woman’s physical, emotional and sexual wellbeing, and takes centre stage in her experience of life - from first sexual explorations, through puberty, pregnancy & childbirth, to perimenopause and menopause. 

Yet so often this part of the body is shrouded in mystery, shame, disfunction and disconnection and this comes at a great loss. Disconection to the pelvis not only influence physical pelvic conditions but can also play out through the rest of the body, affecting posture and movement, and also has repercusions  with a woman’s relationship to her sexuality, sensuality and sense of self.

So many women experience pelvic issues in silence - incontinence, prolapse, pelvic pain, painful sex, lack of libido, lack of sensation, painful periods, vaginal atrophy, pcos and endometriosis to name a few. 

It doesn’t have to be like this and yoga is a wonderful place to explore and promote connection and wellbeing.

Through trauma-informed and sensitive practices a woman can cultivate pelvic awareness, connection and health, bringing balance and wellbeing to this powerful part of herself. 

In this workshop you will 

  • Find out why the pelvis is paramount to a woman’s mind and body wellbeing.
  • What can happen when there is pelvic disconnect and how as movement facilitators you can make a difference.
  • How a woman’s life stages can have an impact on her pelvic wellbeing.
  • Explore practises to create connection, intimacy and wellbeing using a mix of movement, breathwork and visualisation.

There will be time for experiential learning, sharing and  for questions to be addressed.

This session will be recorded for future reference to those attending the workshop


Jane Dancey

About the facilitator:

Embodiment Coach, Somatic yoga teacher, Senior Embodied Yoga Principles Teacher Trainer, female pelvis educator, perimenopause yoga specialist, menstruality educator, Rites of Passage facilitator,  and mum to one teen girl. Supporting women through all stages of life from puberty to menopause and beyond.

Jane runs The Embodied Female Pelvis Course where she supports women of all ages to cultivate health, vitality and reconnection to this powerful part of themselves.

She offers workshops, courses and coaching sessions around pleasure, power, purpose and sexuality, coming from a gentle and trauma-informed perspective, using embodied and somatic movement, breathwork and visualization.

Her work is influenced by Tami Lynn Kent, Emily Nagoski, Diane Richardson, Uma Dinsmore-Tulli to name a few!