Leila Stuart, international yoga therapy trainer and co-author of Pathways to a Centered Body with Donna Farhi
The title perfectly describes this intelligent and cohesive yoga therapy approach to pelvic health. Cheri artfully combines modern science, somatic exploration and the deeper aspects of yoga in a comprehensive program that surpasses mere physical relief. Her step-by-step guidelines also gently lead to empowerment and deep inner healing.
Zahabiyah Yamasaki, M.Ed, RYT, Author of Trauma-Informed Yoga for Survivors of Sexual Assault: Practices for Healing and Teaching with Compassion
Written with compassion, gentleness, nuance, academic rigor, and through her own practices of embodiment, Cheri has written a one of a kind book on the intersection between pelvic health and yoga therapy that empowers bodily autonomy, consent and trauma-informed practices. This is a comprehensive guide for yoga therapists and healing professionals and fills a much needed gap in our society's understanding of the unique and sensitive needs of women's health. A truly affirming and breath-taking guide for all women seeking embodied wisdom and on the journey of learning that their lived experience is their greatest teacher.
Carolyn Vandyken, PT Registered Physiotherapist, Physio Works Muskoka, Pelvic Health Physiotherapist, Educator, Advocate, Researcher, Co-Founder of Reframe Rehab
Designed for yoga therapists, Ryba's brilliant text is a must-read for ALL clinicians who interact with humans with a pelvic floor to embrace, engage, and normalize the core of our being in a biopsychosocial-spiritual way. Knowing is not enough; Ryba brings the felt experience of embodied connection to the pelvic floor.
Amy Wheeler, Ph.D., Former President of the International Association of Yoga Therapists
Pelvic Yoga Therapy for the Whole Woman is a remarkable book that has the potential to change the landscape of women's pelvic health. It seamlessly bridges the ancient wisdom of Yoga with modern holistic healthcare. Physical Therapists, Medical Doctors, Yoga Therapists and other healthcare professionals will learn something new and have realizations about the connection between body, mind, breath and personality in an entirely new way after reading this book.