Going into the tissues themselves, with your own hands and nobody else can be absolutely revolutionary. It was during Pelvic Floor Teacher Training that I was first invited to go home and explore myself internally. The thought had just never occurred to me before. It was also in this training that I learned the concepts of hypertonicity and hypotonicity, or pelvic tone dysfunction due to too much tone, or not enough tone, both signifying a structural weakness. I theorized by analzying my symptoms at the time that I had hypertonicity, but it wasn’t until I did some internal pelvic mapping that I was able to confirm it. This presented a vital mind-body connection for me, and was a catalyst for the next decade of my training in learning how to guide others and to eventually work internally with women.