PF: My Philosophy | 43:23

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  1. Joanna Landreth-Smith says:

    What do you mean by the patient connecting to your touch….moving from diaphragm to pubic bone?

    1. Lynn Schulte says:

      It’s important to make sure the patient is able to connect to your touch. Some people are disconnected in their body and will not feel your touch. I give a demo of this in a session in the pelvic floor course and show you how to address it which is what I teach you in my Advanced Postpartum course.

    1. Lynn Schulte says:

      Once you get to the demo session in this course I show you how I address it. It’s more involved than I can teach you in this course and it’s taught in the Advanced Postpartum course.

  2. Amanda Holland says:

    I did not recall any information on the sacrum (Q’s 1 & 2) in this video. Did I miss it?

  3. Tracey Cumberland says:

    Could you share your intake form please? I’d like to know how to word theses questions sensitively and correctly and also not to miss important questions such as trauma history.
    Also, the questionnaires that you’ve mentioned previously that you give to clients, are they available for this course?
    Thank you

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