The Felt Sense Method Yoga Convention
Warsaw, Poland – 2011

The Felt Sense Method is a means of dealing with incontinence that is unique, because it addresses the whole person. It addresses the psychological element of incontinence, because this has an overwhelming bearing on how each woman deals with her situation. It recognizes that self-acceptance can be gained through introspection, and it provides gentle assistance on this journey. It provides education on pelvic floor anatomy so that the individual will be more informed about her condition. It guides her in simple ways to help her learn how to contact and contract her pelvic floor muscles. The end result is that the muscle groups become toned and strengthened through site-and-function specific methods of contraction.
It is with much appreciation to the videographer of Yoga Conventions, Warsaw, Poland that we present these videos.


Part 1
  • Set Up to Patanjali’s Invocation and the Invocation
  • Beginning Formalities – Introduction to The Felt Sense Method
part 2
  • Introduction to The Felt Sense Method
  • Set up The Felt Sense Method, chair position
Part 3
  • The Felt Sense Method
  • Tadasana – Set up the knees
part 4
  • Tadasana – detail explenation
  • Tadasana – personal correction pelvic – set up
  • Tadasana – group correction
  • Uttanasana
part 5
  • Uttanasana
  • Urdva Hastasana
  • Uthitta Trikonasana – explanation
part 6
  • Virabhadrasana II 
  • Utthita Parsvakonasana 
  • Hips opening movement of Badha Konasana in standing poses – explanation
  • Utthita Parsvakonasana
  • Prasaritta Padottanasana
part 7
  • Prasaritta Padottanasana – variations
  • Prasaritta Padottanasana – personal detail correction – trunk location
  • Prasaritta Padottanasana – variations II
  • Prasaritta Padottanasana – foot work explanation
  • Prasaritta Padottanasana – knee work explanation
part 8
  • Prasaritta Padottanasana – palms and fingers work
  • Hyper-extended elbows and palms work – explanation
  • Adho mukha svanasana – dog face down pose
  • Adho mukha virasana – Virasana bend forward
  • Uthitta Uttanasana – bend forward
part 9
  • Parsvottanasana
  • Twist introduction- pelvis action
  • Chair Bharadvajasana

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