If you’ve been trying to get relief from incontinence, sneeze wee, over-active bladder and prolapse but not having great results it’s time to take a different approach.
Many women wait as much as 6 years before they do anything
about their symptoms because they are embarrassed to talk about it. I’ve had
women come to my classes who have struggled for decades. It’s never too late to
do something about it.
So if you are going out less and less, sleeping badly because of worrying that you might wet yourself, finding incontinence pads are just not up to the job and are sick of scouting out toilets everywhere you go, please don’t think surgery is your only option.
Pelvic floor issues are in the vast majority of cases caused by over-tightness of he pelvic floor muscles so traditional squeeze and release exercises will only compound the problem.
The key is learning to release tension in the pelvic floor – a tight, tense muscles is a weak muscle. What you need to be looking at is creating length in the pelvic floor muscles and to do this you need to get rid of tension in the pelvic floor and abdominal muscles. You need to lengthen shortened muscles and that includes those in the legs and back and then you need to work on creating strength in the hips and glutes .
As well as exercises, correcting postural habits is key for example if you have a tendency to tuck your bum underneath you, or stick it out behind you, hollow your back or have a rounded upper back these habits will stop you from rehabilitating your pelvic floor effectively. The results will just not last. To get long-lasting results you need to take a whole-body approach, working on releasing, lengthening and strengthening muscles throughout your whole-body so everything can get back in balance and work to it’s best.
Another important element of pelvic floor restore is changing lifestyle habits. And this is what makes this pelvic floor rehab programme stand out. Supporting you to make essential lifestyle habits that are causing more stress to your pelvic floor. Things such as changing the type of shoes you wear, sitting, standing and moving better, sitting less and walking more; as well as taking regular movement breaks during your day are all important and so often left out of traditional pelvic floor strengthening classes.
I have worked over this quarantine period to create an online course that emulates, as much as possible, my in-person classes.
It contains videos and information on alignment, modifying exercises, detailed instructions on how to do each exercise to avoid overstretching or straining your body.
You get daily exercise routines which are between 25 – 30 minutes long, lifestyle tips and alignment points all laid out in an easy to follow way. You can stream the videos on any device at a time that is convenient to you.
Visit the link below to grab this programme today and make a start on regaining a strong and functioning pelvic floor. You deserve to get back to the activities you love.
Click here to get the programme today.