MagaMama with Kimberly Ann Johnson: Sex, Birth and Motherhood
Cutting-edge, pioneering conversations on holistic women's health, including sex, birth, motherhood, womanhood, intimacy and trauma with doula, certified Sexological Bodyworker, Somatic Experiencing practitioner, and author of The Fourth Trimester, Kimberly Ann Johnson.

  
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Kimberly Ann Johnson: Author, Vaginapractor, Co-founder of the School for Postpartum Care
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Title
EP17: Ellen Heed on the Four Domains of Pelvic Health- Biomechanics, Biochemistry, Trauma/Emotions and Scar Tissue
Description

EP17: Ellen Heed on the Four Domains of Pelvic Health- Biomechanics, Biochemistry, Trauma/Emotions and Scar Tissue

What Ellen Shares:

  • How to assess the origins of pain in the body, and the four domains of health
  • Your unconscious mind lives in your body!
  • How castor oil and self-massage can to help heal your scar tissue
  • How those with elastic connective tissue are drawn toward yoga and veganism … and how that can contribute to tears and injuries during birth
  • How diet (especially eating animal products) influences healing
  • The differences between collagenous and elastic people
  • Her February Touch Skills workshop with Kimberly, where you can learn to feel the difference between emotional tension, biochemical tension & scar tissue in the pelvis

What You’ll Hear:

  • The four domains of health - biochemical (inflammation), emotional (tension stuck in the body), biomechanical (posture, ergonomics, constitution), and scar tissue (1:06)
  • Painful sex origins (1:38)
  • Scars affect our physiology (6:10)
  • Birth has a potential of scar tissue, which can cause pelvic/sexual pain (6:35)
  • One domain of health affects another (7:51)
  • The difference between scars and adhesions (9:24)
  • Chronic emotional upset causes inflammation (9:45)
  • Is your problem scar tissue? (13:02)
  • Scar tissue as a cause of bad posture, and a result of it (15:29)
  • Connecting pain, trauma, and biomechanics with scar tissue (17:28)
  • Connective tissue characteristics: are you chewing gum or a superball? (19:54)
  • Using collagen products to supplement after birth (22:18)
  • Case study: how veganism might influence healing after a pelvic floor tear (22:35)
  • Can your body heal well, without eating meat? (24:28)
  • Our relationship to the world based on our connective tissue (27:00)
  • People who are more collagenous are more extroverted, shoot from the hip, and move toward diarrhea under stress, and do very well on a plant based diet; people who are more elastin are more introverted, take a long time to make decisions, move toward constipation under stress, and tend to build a weak type of scar tissue, unless they have animal protein in their diets (28:40)
  • How do we know when tension is emotional? (34:40)
  • How important it is to have tools in all four domains of health (37:35)
  • Assessment is everything (38:18)
  • 39:25 - 39:47 Audio problem
  • You can feel the difference between emotional tension, biochemical tension & scar tissue (39:48)
  • Touch skills workshop with Ellen and Kimberly - learn how to feel these differences (41:49)
Published
2018-01-16 05:18:47 UTC
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