Beyond Head Down

February 1, 2020, February 8, 2020, February 15, 2020

What IS your pelvic floor?

Learn the what, where, why & how of the pelvic floor with Julie Rauschenplat, Certified Professional Midwife, and Michelle Benoit, Pelvic Physical Therapist.


In this 3 part series, you will first learn the anatomy and location of the pelvic floor, the layers & function of the muscles, normal muscle function vs dysfunction, and connection breath.

Part two will give you the tools to prepare your body for birth while learning how to create suppleness and ease.

The final section of this series sets the focus on your body after baby: Core and Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation.

Each session will include meditation and a short yoga practice.

When & Where

3:00 pm - 5:30 pm


Class #1 - February 1st

Class #2 - February 8th

Class #3 - February 15th

at Yoga One Dilworth


$140 - Early Bird Special

*through January 20th

$175 - Regular Rate

*beginning January 21st

$140 - Yoga One Members

$65 - Individual Class


Your Leaders


Julie Rauschenplat

Julie is a Certified Professional Midwife, Spinning Babies Parent Educator, Lamaze Certified Childbirth Educator, & Registered Prenatal Yoga Teacher.

Click here to learn more about Julie in her bio!

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Michelle Benoit

Michelle Benoit, PT, DPT is a physical therapist with 13 years of experience; in the last eight years she has specialized in pelvic health. She is passionate about educating women about their bodies and helping them return to movement that they enjoy.

She has worked with women with a multitude of diagnoses including urinary incontinence, painful intercourse, pelvic organ prolapse, constipation, GI dysfunction, urinary urgency / frequency, endometriosis, and more. She especially enjoys working with pregnant and postpartum women.

She believes every woman should be supported throughout the pregnancy, birth, and the postpartum period. She loves working alongside pregnant and postpartum women in helping them begin or maintain a fitness routine; in helping them with challenges they may face (pain, incontinence, constipation, etc.); and in helping them safely and responsibly recover after the delivery of their child.