Endometriosis Awareness Month – Speaker Series Videos
Exploring Pelvic and Abdominal Sensations
Anna Skura, RMT discusses pelvic/abdominal anatomy as well as provides a hands-on approach to developing pelvic listening. Shifting the conversation away from pain to a pallet of sensations offers an approach to managing endometriosis from an embodied place.
Endometriosis, Pain and Mindfulness
Pelvic Health Physiotherapist Angelique Montano-Bresolin, RPT with Qualified MBSR (Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction) Teacher and Registered Occupational Therapist Jaisa Sulit, ROT talk about the link between mindfulness and pain. This video will help you understand and interpret pain and the role mindfulness plays in changing your experience of pain with endometriosis.
Endometriosis ‘Gut Feelings’
Dr. Alexsia Priolo, ND talks about the relationship between endometriosis and the gut, why many women living with endo also have IBS, and is there such a thing as an endometriosis diet?
Endometriosis and Sex
Sex therapist Adrienne Bairstow discusses the impact of endometriosis on a woman’s sex life, as well as options for what you can do about it.
Angelique Montano-Bresolin is a graduate of the University of Toronto Physical Therapy program and has been practicing as a Registered Physiotherapist for over 20 years with a specialty practice in pelvic health. Her extensive post-graduate training has included courses to assess and treat all genders and ages with concerns such as: incontinence, abdomino-pelvic pain and sexual pain in many populations including: pre and postnatal, post-surgical, post-menopausal and post-cancer. In 2012, she founded Proactive Pelvic Health Centre in Toronto, Ontario.