Pelvic Health Bodywork

“Root Medicine is the wealth of healing resources that a woman learns in the process of restoring the physical and energetic balance to the root of her body.”
Tami Lynn Kent, “Wild Feminine”


Suzi Zobrist, LMT, offers an innovative new bodywork modality for women’s health and pelvic wellness. Using an integrative approach, Suzi supports women who are experiencing birth, trauma or surgery-related pain in their pelvis or pelvic floor. She addresses the four domains of healing (biomechanics, biochemical, emotions and scar tissue), to heal the root cause of pelvic imbalance.

Pelvic Health Bodywork sessions bring strength and vitality to your core, help resolve imbalances in the pelvic bowl, provide relief from prolapse, pelvic pain, postpartum muscle imbalances, incontinence, diminished libido, general disconnect, and enhance the well-being of your sensual and sexual core and ability to receive pleasure.

Pelvic Health Bodywork is preventive self-care and a restorative treatment. It can improve symptoms experienced with a variety of female specific health complaints, as well as provide support during the multitude of transitions that a woman encounters throughout her life. This holistic perspective addresses the challenging and complex physical and emotional issues women are experiencing today.

Pelvic Health Bodywork includes hands-on visceral work and fascial release, breathwork and visualization tools, client education about self-care protocols, trauma counseling, support for lifestyle and nutritional changes, movement practices and active relaxation tools.

Your Pelvic Health session begins with a detailed intake history and treatment goals. We will introduced/review pelvic anatomy, followed by an assessment to evaluate, and identify holding patterns in the body. Treatment sessions restore balance, and enhance vibrant flow in the pelvic bowl. Clients receive a workable treatment plan that addresses the root causes of their symptoms and identify the obstacles to healing.

Pelvic Health Bodywork Sessions are most effective done in a Series.

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  • Clear pelvic congestion and support pelvic wellness
  • Restore pelvic muscle imbalance and engagement
  • Address pelvic pain and menstrual imbalances
  • Support sexual health and wellness
  • Facilitate pelvic connection and proprioception
  • Provide preventative support during the transition to menopause and long term vaginal health
  • Prepare for conception, birth and support postpartum healing
  • Help heal from traumatic birth experiences and pregnancy losses
  • Restore pelvic presence post-surgery or as a result of pelvic trauma
  • Encourage self care and root wisdomSYMPTOMS ADDRESSED BY PELVIC HEALTH BODYWORK:
  • Pelvic pain
  • Pelvic organ prolapse, rectocele/cystocele
  • Birth trauma
  • Painful menstruation, PCOS, endometriosis
  • Loss of sensation or numbness in pelvic bowl
  • Decreased sexual function and libido/orgasm
  • Abnormal PAP tests
  • Infertility and difficulty conceiving
  • Vaginismus
  • Vulvodynia
  • Irritable bowl syndrome or constipation
  • Fascial and scar tissue adhesion
  • Decreased range of motion and movement in the pelvic bowl
  • Frequent urinary tract infections or urine leakage
  • Episiotomies, birth tears, cesarean section
  • Surgeries
  • Pain or imbalance in pelvic bowl after an IUD
  • Injuries
  • Decreased health and vitalitySuzi Zobrist has been following the root of her own healing from ovarian cancer the last 15 years. This led her to explore sacred sexuality, scar tissue remediation, womb wellness, yoni steaming, pelvic floor rebalancing, trauma healing and traditional Ceremonial practices. Suzi hopes to inspire and help empower Women to restore pelvic health and revitalize their sexual essence. Her Primary influences for Pelvic Health Bodywork are; Holistic Pelvic Care™ with Tami Lynn Kent, STREAM (Scar Tissue Remediation Education & Management) with Ellen Heed and Kimberly Ann Johnson and Sexological Bodywork.

    Pelvic Health Training:

  • Holistic Pelvic Care™ – Tami Lynn Kent
  • Certified Sexological Bodyworker – Association of Certified Sexological Bodyworkers (ACSB)
  • STREAM (Scar Tissue Remediation Education & Management) – Ellen Heed & Kimberly Johnson
  • INNATE Traditions Postpartum Care – Rachelle Garcia Seliga
  • Vaginal Steam Facilitator – Peristeam Hydrotherapy Institute
  • Functional Nutrition for Chronic Pelvic Pain – The Integrative Women’s Health Institute
  • Pelvic Floor Yoga Teacher Training – Leslie Howard

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