These drawings are by @itsjulieread soooo amazing! I just love them 😍 (so intricate and beautifully drawn) These two pics are your superficial and deeper pelvic floor muscles. These muscles work in direct correlation with your diaphragm hence why the breath and flow of your breath is so important whilst performing them! These muscles are responsible for supporting your pelvic organs (bladder, bowel, uterus~ females), sexual satisfaction and for good sphincter closure function (yes. . . urethral and anal). Good pelvic floor integrity and proper recruitment of these muscles are so important for symptoms such as urge and stress incontinence, constipation, decreased sexual sensation and even Lower back pain. There are special Woman’s Physiotherapists and also Exercise Physiologists that can help! Your pelvic floor issues should not be ignored - Fullstop #pelvichealth#pelvicfloor#anatomyartwork#menhavepelvicfloortoo#blowandgo#nutstoguts#exercisephysiology#exercisephysiolgist
Was able to get this scanned which shows of the detail and color so much better. Off to make prints this week. Will only be making a round of 20 to start, stay tuned. Still desperately trying to get noticed by @worldofpencils but they never share 🤔
Axial in progress... On another note, I am looking to draw more like this. If any of you are current anatomy students and have photo access, I'd love to talk to you. Any medical reference images are always appreciated so send them my way ✌🏻️
I FINALLY got my prints from @kellyraeeasondesigns hung up in my new study/writing room/office and I love them SO much. The heart is my favorite, so I put it in the middle. 🖤😬🖤 thank you, Kelly! You are so talented!!