Integral Pelvic Therapy®

“INTEGRAL PELVIC THERAPY® OFFERS A SOLID BASE AND INTEGRAL APPROACH,

CONNECTING THE MEDICAL AND EMOTIONAL/SPIRITUAL WORLD,

TO ENSURE PELVIC HEALTH FOR EVERY WOMEN

IN A SAFE AND ACCESSIBLE WAY”

What is Integral Pelvic Therapy®

Integral Pelvic Therapy® (IPT®) is a form of bodywork for women, with the aim of restoring balance in the area of the pelvis. Working as an IPT® practitioner and midwife, Daphne sees many women with various problems in their pelvic floor. Varying from women who have little to no contact with their sexuality, have a numb feeling or experience pain during sex. Women with a lot of tension or a too weak pelvic floor. IPT is also suitable for women with chronic inflammations or a prolapse of the bladder or uterus.

Integral Pelvic Therapy® has an integrated approach to the above-mentioned problems, which makes it possible to work in a more solution-oriented way. Women report an enlarged feeling in their pelvic bowl after one session, a decrease of symptoms, are more in contact with their body and are better able to set and feel boundaries. Many women experience more pleasure from their sexuality and are even capable of experiencing other forms of orgasms.

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Become an Integral Pelvic Therapist with the Practitioner Training

Become an Integral Pelvic Therapist with the Practitioner Training

There is a gap in healthcare providers in providing help to women with women-related problems. We believe that Integral Pelvic Therapy® (IPT® in short) can play a key role in closing this gap. It is a form of therapy that is not yet very well known. But, what we found out in the development of this treatment, it is super effective!

We have followed training courses here and there and had to dig a lot in the literature to gain knowledge. It would have been so nice to find a thorough education to not have to figure everything out! Hence the idea to develop a training for doctors / obstetricians / body workers / birth assistants.

In 2018 we have started a test-round to learn what works and what not, where we need to adjust and where we can go even deeper. The test-round was a big success and has learned us a lot! Seven strong women have completed the training and can now call them themselves IPT Practitioner.

In 2019 we will start with the official training to become an Integral Pelvic Therapy- Practitioner.

Interested?

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