RULE 1: PRACTICE PELVIC FLOOR YOGA ON AN EMPTY STOMACH (BEST IN THE MORNING BEFORE BREAKFAST) OR 3-4 HOURS AFTER A SMALL MEAL
During pelvic floor practices, we work with internal organs and perform visceral self-massage (and like any massage, it’s better done on an empty stomach). Food and water in the gastrointestinal tract might provoke vomit or worse, problems with your esophagus.
RULE 2: DO THE FULL SET OF EXERCISES IN A COMPLEX
You can not do one pelvic floor yoga practice and ignore other parts of the pelvic floor training that help you to prepare the body for it (e.g. breathing, Uddiyana, etc.). Pelvic floor training is a set of practices each of which is performed one after another. It is important to properly prepare your body for pelvic floor yoga in order to effectively work with the internal organs and abdominal muscles, and not to cause any harm.
RULE 3: DO NAULI ONLY WITH THE RIGHT TECHNIQUE
Pelvic floor practices are serious and must be shown to you by a professional to ensure that you’re approaching the training with the correct technique. The dangers of missing this step could be hemorrhoids, vaginal flatulence (farting sounds from the vagina), and worsening problems with women's health.
In all my client sessions, I pay 100% of my attention to the technique of each of my students and share all the tips & tricks to ensure the correct execution of the pelvic floor exercises.