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10: Get to Know Your Pelvic Floor with Julie Blamphin
Erin Kinney, naturopathic doctor, naturopathy, functional medicine, food allergies, adrenal stress, genetic testing, hormone testing, nutritional counseling
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Get to Know Your Pelvic Floor

10: Get to Know Your Pelvic Floor with Julie Blamphin

Do you know the state of your pelvic floor? Are you aware of the responsibilities it has?

Julie Blamphin is here to talk about pelvic floor wellness and why it is vital to a healthy lifestyle.

Julie is the founder of Celebrate the Pelvic Floor and is a Pelvic Floor Yoga Teacher.

Growing up in western New York in her mother’s school of gymnastics, Julie began teaching in 1981 with a primary focus on yoga posing. Since her entrepreneurial launch of Stretch Your Spirit in 2009, she inspires through her work with Celebrate the Pelvic Floor. Currently, Julie helps women find joy and stability through yoga, breath work, laughter, and fascia release. 

Julie holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Speech Pathology and Audiology and professional certifications as Sport Yoga Instructor (NESTA, 2009), Yoga Teacher (YogaFit, 2010), Laughter Yoga Leader (Laughter Yoga International, 2014), and Pelvic Floor Yoga Teacher (Pelvic Floor Yoga, 2019).

We are talking about what the pelvic floor is responsible for, how it affects us physically and emotionally, the importance of breath work to help heal pain and more.


In Today’s Episode We Discuss: 


  • What the pelvic floor is responsible for
  • How to pelvic floor relates to your chakras
  • The way your pelvic floor affects your emotions
  • Physical signs that indicate you might need help with your pelvic floor
  • The importance of breath work
  • An overview of brain bladder syndrome and urge incontinence
  • How yoga can benefit your pelvic floor


You may or may not know whether or not you have pelvic floor issues, but hopefully after today, you know what it is, why you need to know about it and how you can make a difference in your pelvic floor. 

I really hope you are inspired to focus on your pelvic floor health after listening to this episode with Julie. Remember, if something is happening in your body, there is nothing to be embarrassed about!

If you’re ready to start discussing your naturopathic medicine needs, head over to my website to schedule a free 15 minute call!


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