Reduce PMS Symptoms Naturally with Light Stretches

Passive stretching routines can help to reduce PMS symptoms

If you have a uterus then you have likely experienced the intense discomfort of menstural cramps, tightness, and gastric distress. I am regularly felled by PMS and stretching often helps.  

This passive stretching routine addresses cramping for PMS relief. It targets the hips, lower back, and pelvic floor. And you can do it in bed (preferably while eating chocolate) for extra relaxation.

I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.

Happy Bendings!

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