Pregnancy Pelvic Floor Exercises

Pregnancy pelvic floor exercises are also commonly called Kegel exercises. They are exercises that you can do to make the muscles of your pelvic floor stronger.

Once you know how to do Kegel exercises, you can do them anytime and anywhere. In the car. Waiting in line at the shops. In the privacy of your own home. The hard part is doing them correctly. This is why I will show you step by step how to master Kegel exercises.

Pregnancy Pelvic Floor Exercises

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Pregnancy Pelvic Floor Exercises - Prevent Embarrassing Leakage!About Your Pelvic Floor Muscles

Your pelvic floor muscles form the bottom of your pelvis. They also support your pelvic organs (bladder, uterus, bowel). Your pelvic floor muscles are the muscles you would use to stop your stream of urine. Keep yourself from passing gas. And stop you from having a bowel movement.

Medically recommended

Kegel exercises are recommended by the experts and we show you the right way to do them.

Anywhere. Anytime.

That’s right. You can do your Kegels at home, in the car, anywhere as long as you know how.

Prevent Embarrassing Leakage

Start your pelvic floor exercises today. And you will be grateful you started now so you can prevent unwanted leakage post pregnancy.

Too Much is Not Good!

Our Women’s Health Physiotherapist explains why too much pelvic floor exercises can cause problems. You need to know this.

Have Confidence in the Way Your Body Functions!

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Kegels are not just recommended, they are required!

You’re exhausted, tired, nauseous. Your body is full of aches and pains. You’re going through some huge changes and your body feels different.

The whole thing can be equally exciting as it is scary. There’s so much to do before the baby comes – and looking after yourself should top of the list!

This is why I have included Kegel exercises into your weekly programs. They are must-do to enjoy a speedier postpartum recovery.

While you are looking after your growing baby, we are looking after you.

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Signs of Pelvic Floor Problems

  • Accidentally losing control of your bowel.

  • Leaking urine when you cough or sneeze.
  • Leaking urine when you exercise, play sport or laugh.
  • Pain in the pelvic area.
  • Poor sensation or leaking during sex.
  • Lessened chance of abdominal separation.
  • Constant urge to go to the toilet.
  • A prolapse.

Signs of Pelvic Floor Problems

  • Accidentally losing control of your bowel.

  • Leaking urine when you cough or sneeze.
  • Leaking urine when you exercise, play sport or laugh.
  • Pain in the pelvic area.
  • Poor sensation or leaking during sex.
  • Lessened chance of abdominal separation.
  • Constant urge to go to the toilet.
  • A prolapse.

Here’s How I Will Help You

  • Less leakage and fewer ‘accidents.
  • Being able to hold the contractions longer.
  • Longer time between bathroom visits.
  • Drier underwear, without the feeling of always being wet.
  • Increased vaginal lubrication.
  • Improved blood circulation to your pelvic floor.

Here’s How I Will Help You

  • Less leakage and fewer ‘accidents.
  • Being able to hold the contractions longer.
  • Longer time between bathroom visits.
  • Drier underwear, without the feeling of always being wet.
  • Increased vaginal lubrication.
  • Improved blood circulation to your pelvic floor.

Pelvic Floor Exercises Sound Confusing?

Yes, at first you may take a while to understand the importance of Kegel exercises and how to do them. But don’t worry, you’re not alone!

Our team are the experts in prenatal health are here to help you. Our team includes Women’s Health Physiotherapists, exercise physiologists and prenatal health professionals who will guide you through all you need to know.

Questions about pelvic floor

By doing Kegel exercises you can help strengthen your pelvic floor muscles. This can help you manage or prevent physical problems such as incontinence. Incontinence is leakage of urine or stool that you can’t control.

Doing the exercises while you are urinating can weaken your pelvic floor muscles over time. They may even damage your bladder and kidneys. Also, doing Kegel exercises incorrectly may cause vaginal muscles to tighten too much. This can cause pain during sexual intercourse.

It will vary for each person by women commonly experience results, such as improved urinary continence, within three to six weeks of regularly performing Kegel exercises.

Yes! And i have a great interview with our Women’s Health Physio why explain why too much is not a good thing.

The symptoms of a weakened pelvic floor include: leaking urine when laughing, coughing, sneezing, or running. Not making the toilet in time. Passing wind when bending over or lifting.

My weekly program includes pelvic floor workout videos, step-by-step instructions on how to correctly perform pelvic floor exercises and interviews from prenatal health experts. My progressive workouts will allow you to enjoy a speedier post pregnancy recovery.

We’re Here for You. Let’s do this!

Care for your health, mind and body with medically recommended pregnancy exercises.

Supportive and guided pregnancy training to strengthen your body from the inside out, for a happier, healthier you.

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