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Yoga for Inner Strength

Beginner II
(174 Reviews)

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Melissa begins with core activation, helping you understand and engage the pelvic floor, then teaches you how to incorporate it into a hatha yoga class. It's crucial for stabilizing, protecting and strengthening your lower back and ensuring that you are using your body in a safe, efficient and optimal way.


  • Block


  • Strength
  • Spine
  • Core Strength


  • Hatha Yoga
March 23, 2023

Just the awareness I needed. Been doing yoga for 30+ years but I get sloppy so thanks for this !

June 21, 2022

This was a lovely class, but I wanted to bring up that the terminology used to refer to different people's pelvic floors is not trans inclusive. Everyone's pelvic floors are important, whether a man, woman or non-binary person. Do Yoga With Me has such a thoughtful way about practicing yoga, trans inclusivity should be something this company aims for.

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Fiji McAlpine
June 23, 2022

Thank you so much for pointing this out!! We are constantly trying to find ways to be more inclusive and to meet the needs of all, would you be willing to actually help me with designing some classes/descriptions in a way that would be more inclusive? I would so appreciate your input as I am always learning! email me directly at [email protected]

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