Touch For Birth

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Integrative Pelvic Bodywork Presentations

This power point talk explores the issues that contribute to the epidemic of women's pelvic floor difficulties, and describes internal and external manual therapy for rebalancing and health. We examine symptoms related to pelvic floor issues beyond incontinence and prolapse, including sciatica, low back pain, and other musculo-skeletal complaints, and explore integrative pelvic care modalities that include external work as well as inter vaginal and inter-rectal work.  We practice sensitizing awareness of our own pelvic floor musculature, learn how to assess for proper pelvic floor balance and tone, and explicate when to refer to a pelvic floor specialist.

Holistic Pelvic Care™ Presentations

This talk explores and explains Holistic Pelvic Care™ as a model of pelvic rebalancing.  Developed by Tami Kent, P.T., the work addresses physical and energetic imbalances that block or limit a woman's creative aspirations and core vitality. The technique involves gentle intravaginal massage along with focused emotional attention which helps realign the pelvis physically and energetically. Ultimately, the intent is to restore the pelvic bowl as the woman's creative center.


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Conferences

Leslie presented 4 topics at the BEST conference: November 15-16, 2012 Portland, Maine
http://www.thebestconnect.net/birth_and_breastfeeding_conference

Presentations

 

Invite Leslie Stager, RN, LMT to teach in your community or be a presenter at your conference.

Leslie has presented at Oregon Health Sciences University, Oregon School of Massage, and will be at the BEST conference, Portland, Maine November 2012.

Leslie Stager RN, LMT is pleased to provide presentations on the following topics to conferences, doula groups, or birth centers & hospitals. Presentations on other topics may be available upon request and subject to sufficient development lead-time.

 

Birth as a Rite of Passage

Traditional cultures have elaborate preparations and ceremony to support individuals transitioning from one life station or role to another. How can we use this knowledge in relation to women's experience of birth and motherhood in America?

Nurturing Touch for Perinatal Women: Five Techniques to Reassure, Relieve, and Re-align

Learn simple techniques that can easily be taught to and practiced by birth companions, doulas, and midwives, and OB's who want a more holistic practice!

Research-Based Evidence of the Benefits of Touch for Mothers and Throughout the Perinatal Cycle

Plenty of research supports the common sense knowledge that nurturing touch has numerous benefits for pregnant, birthing, and postpartum women and their unborn and born infants. Learn the latest about how massage and touch can significantly alter biochemistry and the maternity experience. Includes a segment about Cranial Sacral Therapy for newborns. 60 minutes