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Introduction to Yoga in Pelvic Rehabilitation: Online – July 2024

Introduction to Yoga in Pelvic Rehabilitation: Online – July 2024

Shelly Prosko
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Participants who register for this course have the option to attend the course live and/or watch the recorded sessions later. The recording will be available to all registrants for a 2-week period after the course/each session. This allows participants who may not be able to attend the live sessions to still benefit from the course content.

To facilitate attendance tracking, please indicate on your registration form if you won't be attending live.

Course Description:

As pelvic health professionals, we are in a unique position to use yoga therapeutically. Yoga is becoming increasingly recognized by healthcare organizations globally and integrated into university rehabilitation programs, as growing research suggests it can be used as an effective and safe form of complementary therapy for numerous populations, including people with a variety of pelvic health conditions.

This 2 hour course with Shelly Prosko, physiotherapist, yoga therapist and educator with over 26 years of clinical experience, serves as an introduction to the therapeutic use of yoga in pelvic rehabilitation.

The knowledge and understanding you will gain in this course is essential to inform your clinical reasoning of how, why and when to apply any yoga techniques learned. It will also optimize the impact that these accessible yoga principles and practices have been shown to have on patient outcomes in those struggling with various pelvic health issues.


  1. Define and describe yoga and yoga therapy with a clear understanding of how yoga offers a whole-person, biopsychosocial-spiritual practice.
  2. Understand common misconceptions surrounding yoga.
  3. Gain a general understanding of key yoga principles that any clinician can use as an accessible adjunct in pelvic rehab to support people with a variety of pelvic floor related conditions.
  4. Gain a general understanding of key yoga practices that any clinician can use as an accessible adjunct in pelvic rehab to support people with a variety of pelvic floor related conditions.
  5. Outline why integrating yoga therapy into pelvic rehabilitation can serve as a sustainable approach for clinicians to help prevent burnout and promote career longevity.

Registrants of this course will receive a 20% off coupon code for the Integrating Yoga into Pelvic Pain Care course running October 2024. Coupon must be used by September 17, 2024 to take advantage of this discount. 

        Audience: Pelvic health rehabilitation and wellness professionals including PT/OT and other rehab professionals, movement/fitness professionals, yoga professionals, or any health practitioner who works with people with pelvic pain and who have an interest in integrating yoga principles and practices into pelvic pain care for a more mind-body-spirit or whole person empowered approach.

        Prerequisites: None

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        Introduction to Yoga in Pelvic Rehab July 2024


        Date/Time: July 17, 2024, from 7:00pm-9:00pm ET (Toronto). Please convert to your local time zone.

        Delivery Format

        Live attendance is not mandatory for this online course. Enjoy a 2-week window to access and review the course recording, which is sent out on the next business day. We understand that life can be busy, which is why we offer you the freedom to access the course recording(s) during the time-limited viewing period.


        Shelly Prosko, PT, C-IAYT

        Shelly is a physiotherapist, yoga therapist, educator, author and pioneer of PhysioYoga with over 20 years of experience integrating yoga into physiotherapy within a variety of specialty areas including helping people with chronic/persistent pain, pelvic health issues and professional burnout. She guest lectures at numerous yoga therapy and physical therapy schools, presents at yoga and medical conferences globally, contributes to academic research and writing, provides mentorship to professionals, and offers onsite and online courses and resources for yoga and healthcare professionals. She considers herself a lifelong student and emphasizes the immense value gained from clinical experience and learning from the patients she serves, the professionals she teaches, and the colleagues with which she collaborates. Shelly has written book chapters in yoga therapy and integrative rehabilitation textbooks and is the co-editor/author of the textbook Yoga and Science in Pain Care: Treating the Person in Pain. She maintains a clinical practice in Sylvan Lake, Canada and believes compassion is the foundation of pain care, healthcare and overall well-being. Please visit to learn more.