with Marissa Farrell
The InHara Practice (or as some call it – The Vagina Workshop) is a transformational practice developed by Marissa Farrell and designed specifically for women for healing her creative center and invigorating her life.
The word Hara stands for the soft abdomen in Japanese. The InHara Practice is a system of movement for women to reconnect with the most primal portion of her body, within her pelvis.
During this 4-wk workshop, women will move through a specific sequence of “exercises” to connect with, tone, invigorate, and juice up the abdominal walls and pelvic floor. Immediate results have been: a stronger center and lift to a sagging pelvic floor. Long term results have included: re-lifting of prolapsed pelvic organs, vibrant sexual health, greater knowledge and confidence in your sexuality, and a renewal of the upward fountain of your creative drive. This program is for all women, at any age and at any stage of her life.
Marissa is a yoga teacher at Laughing Dog, specializing in pre/postnatal yoga. She is also a Childbirth Educator and Doula. She has trained in extensively in core practices to tone pelvic floor and decrease diastasis (abdominal wall separation that naturally occurs in childbirth and many times does not close up. It also can occur thru improper core training).