Anatomy of Incontinence and Bladder Retraining with Sherry Zak Morris

Anatomy of Incontinence and Bladder Retraining with Sherry Zak Morris

2 Seasons

This 4-part video series will delve into how our body functions and what can go awry in the urination process. If you have experienced episodes of involuntary urination, leakage or dribbling... this information is for YOU! Learn why this happens, and most importantly, what YOU can do to improve and remedy the situation.
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Anatomy of Incontinence and Bladder Retraining with Sherry Zak Morris
  • Episode 1 - Incontinence and Bladder Retraining with Sherry Zak Morris, C-IAYT

    Episode 1

    This Introduction will give you a sneak preview into what we will be sharing over the 4-part video series. Let's learn together, let's be candid together.. and let's get empowered to do something about it! We Can Do It!
    Stay tuned for more coming soon exclusively on www.YogaJP.TV.

  • Episode 2 - Anatomy of Incontinence - What kind do you have? with Sherry Zak Morris

    Episode 2

    We will cover the different types of incontinence as each have their own symptoms, causes, triggers and remedies. Get ready for some fun and candid discussions as we take a deep dive into this important part of your physiology.

  • Episode 3 - Bladder Retraining Goals & Strategies with Sherry Zak Morris

    Episode 3

    So you know you have Incontinence and Bladder Control issues.. what can you do about it? In this episode we discuss the reason why behavioral changes and strategies are a must in order to gain control of your bladder functioning. We will talk about how to use a Bladder Diary to decipher the spe...

  • Episode 4 - Part 4: Exercises for Your Pelvic Floor with Sherry Zak Morris

    Episode 4

    In this episode we discuss how and why strengthening the musculature around the pelvic floor is so important. Using the analogy of a "trampoline", you will understand why organs can prolapse and muscles can degenerate. But... there's hope! Things can get better! Just make sure to do the recomme...