Episode 86 - Internal release work with Fiona Hallinan

Melanie Speaks with wise woman Fiona Hallinan from ‘The pelvic space’ about internal release work. Fiona has over 30 years of experience working with women as a midwife, nurse and pelvic space therapist. Internal release work involves physically interacting with the pelvic space by accessing it through the vagina. Fiona talks about how her work now as an internal release work therapist evolved and developed and we tap into this learnt skill which is moving from oral tradition into mainstream maternity care. Fiona believes that every woman would benefit from internal release work and the more people have this skill the better. 

You can look further into Fiona’s work and register for her upcoming training workshops at

www.thepelvicspace.com.au and follow her @thepelvicspace_


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