Dr. Robyn Benson
“The pelvic floor might not be something that the mind immediately thinks of when it comes to health and wellness, but that part of your body plays a big role!”
Dr. Robyn Benson is a Doctor of Oriental Medicine (DOM) who brings an innovative and game-changing approach to today’s health care. Robyn offers the most advanced and cutting-edge therapies, procedures, and products designed to renew, restore, and revive health called A.R.T.: Amplified Regenerative Therapies.
Dr. Benson, author, speaker, and self-care and Regenerative Medicine* expert, is known by many to be THE health detective with life-changing solutions! She has been the owner and founder of the Santa Fe Soul Center for Optimal Health (now Regenerative Medicine) for close to two decades.
For almost 30 years, Dr. Benson has applied her considerable knowledge of acupuncture, platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy, herbs, IV therapies, and her love for healthy travel to help patients resolve acute and chronic health challenges and to achieve optimal and sustainable health without the use of pharmaceuticals or surgery.
As we age, many of us notice how quickly muscle tone diminishes, and weight hangs around longer. While routine exercise is something we’ll practice to keep our fitness in check, the muscles of the pelvic floor are often forgotten.
Whether or not you’ve experienced the effects of a weakened pelvic floor, we’re all aging, so you’ll want to start training these muscles no matter what! Strengthening pelvic health is key to the prevention of incontinence later on. In fact, all women over the age of 30 should be protective of their pelvic floor muscles.
Not only is it crucial to regularly work at strengthening the pelvic muscles, but you must also be sure that you’re working them correctly! Many people spend too much time exercising only to find out they haven’t even been using the right muscles. Don’t make this mistake. Join me to learn how to properly locate your pelvic floor to ensure your hard work pays off.
Title: Strengthen Your Pelvic Floor
- What is the pelvic floor?
- What can loosen pelvic floor muscles?
- How to locate your pelvic floor.
- Specific pelvic floor muscle exercises and the benefits.
- Ways to achieve perfect posture.
Resources for a Younger Lifestyle:
Enjoy these top YOUNGER podcasts to listen to starting from the most recent to some of the early great ones:
- Episode #3: Don’t Make Working Out Just Another To-Do with special guest Debra Atkinson:
- Episode #19: Reignite Your Pelvic Floor with special guest Isa Herrera.
- Episode #22: What It All comes Down To Is the Body Wants to Heal Itself with special guest Betsy Greenleaf, MD.
- Episode #53: Healthy Posture and Its Connection to a Healthy Life with special guest Dr. Krista Burns.
- Episode #81: Women Are Reclaiming the Feminine with special guest Regena Thomashauer, a New York Times Bestselling Author for her book, Pussy: A Reclamation.
“The pelvic muscles stretch like a hammock from the tailbone to the pubic bone, and from one sitting bone to the other.”
“One of the main functions of the pelvic floor is to support your lower abdominal organs, such as your bladder.”
“Because pelvic muscles are hidden from view, they are often overlooked as an important muscle group to exercise—but keeping those muscles strong is important!”