Child's pose is a great position of relaxation to cue into the pelvic floor. From this position, imagine your sits bones expanding as you take a breath in. You should feel your belly expand and your pelvic floor muscles expand with this breath in, then returning to the start position (coming back into your body) as you breathe out. Be sure to simply allow for expansion of the muscles, don't try to bear down as when trying to have a bowel movement.
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