Yoga for Pelvic Girdle Pain

2-hr Online Training with Shannon Crow

Yoga for Pelvic Girdle Pain 2-hr Training


  • 2-hr Yoga for Pelvic Girdle Pain Training
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Cost: $47 USD

Note: This training is included in the Pelvic Health Professionals Membership.

So if you are like me (frugal and always looking for a great deal), then it is actually less to join the membership
AND you get a full month’s access to everything else inside of Pelvic Health Professionals.

Yoga for Pelvic Girdle Pain with Shannon Crow

 Let’s Stop Saying the Pelvis is Unstable and Weak

The pelvis is strong and stable. There’s a lot of misinformation saying otherwise. That is why I have put this training together. As a yoga teacher who specializes in pelvic health and also as someone who has lived with pelvic girdle pain for over 20 years I have learned a lot along the way. 

The most common complaint that yoga students talk with me about is ‘hip’ or low back pain. We need to really understand the newest research on PGP and pain science to help our yoga students / clients. 

The language and cues we use matter just as much as the pose or breath practice we share.

The Pelvis is Strong and Stable


What is Pelvic Girdle Pain?

PGP is defined as pain in the pelvic region. This pain is often located at the front (pubic symphysis) or back (sacroiliac joints) of the pelvis.

Our yoga students often call this hip or low back pain.

You might also hear PGP referred to as:

  • SI Joint Pain (Sacroiliac Joint Pain) 
  • Sciatica (Sciatic Pain)
  • Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction (Lightning Crotch)
  • Unstable Pelvis
  • Pelvic Joint Syndrome
  • Tailbone Pain
  • Hypermobility of the Pelvis
  • Sacroiliacitis
  • Sacroiliac Syndrome
  • Pre/Postnatal Pelvic Pain


In this training, you will learn the cues, language, poses, breath practices and information needed to help any yoga student who is dealing with pelvic girdle pain. We will also cover referrals (shout out to our pelvic health PTs) and what is (and is not) in our scope of practice as yoga teachers.


Yes, it’s important to know the difference between sciatic pain and sacroiliac joint pain even though as yoga teachers we don’t diagnose or treat these common issues. AND at the end of this training, you will walk away with a solid plan for how to work with your yoga students no matter what pelvic girdle pain they are experiencing.