Start at the beginning with Pelvic Health First Aid

Unravel myths and harness true pelvic power with our essential First Aid Course.

Your path to strength and confidence starts here.

Does this sound like you?

• You've tried the traditional pelvic floor exercises and they haven't worked?

• You've been told the only option is surgery?

• You experience pelvic health pain in your hips, stomach, vagina and back?

• You suffer with incontinence?

• You have a prolapse and have been told you need surgery?

• You struggle with doing the day-to-day activities you used to do like walking, running, jumping on a trampoline with the kids?

• You feel fed up and at the point of accepting this as normal?

It's not all about the pelvic floor

Treating your pelvic floor is not the only way to restore your pelvic health. It is an important part of your whole body that all needs to be restored.

You need Whole Body Balance

All of the joints & muscles need to be brought back into balance so that your pelvic floor can heal & restore itself.

Pain is not normal

If you are experiencing pain please get support from your health care provider. Pain can be many things & can be resolved with breath & release work!

This course offers an introduction to what you should expect from your pelvic floor: what’s normal and what’s not.

We’ll cover some key points to help you identify and assess your current pelvic floor condition and suggest ways to improve any issues you may encounter.

The course also includes a short class that you can do 2-3 times a week to help you rebuild your pelvic floor function.

Additionally, we will dispel myths about the pelvic floor.

So, what is your pelvic floor?

Your pelvic floor is actually a series of responsive muscles. It is not designed to be simply squeezed upon command, then be ready for any activity you undertake.

When you think about it logically, this approach doesn't make sense. You want your pelvic floor to respond when you cough or squeeze; therefore, we aim to train it in a more responsive manner.

We understand the pelvic floor is responsive, but what prevents it from being so?

Several factors contribute, one being birth injury.

Did you know that 70-90% of women experience a birth injury?

Consider your NCT group or your female friends. Reflect on how many of them have suffered from a birth injury.

But do you even know what a birth injury is?

It can be a graze, a tear, or an episiotomy.

Additionally, 25% of women have had a caesarean section, which could also be considered a birth injury and impacts your pelvic floor.

Another significant factor affecting pelvic floor responsiveness is stress.

I work with thousands of women like you who are suffering in silence with pelvic health symptoms that can be healed and restored. Women who have been told the only option is surgery.

It doesn't have to be this way. Join the First Aid Course Today and Say Goodbye to Pelvic Pain and Hello to a Limitless Life

My Story

When I discovered I had separated abdominal muscles, then again when I received the devastating news that I had a pelvic organ prolapse. I felt weak, scared & like my body had let me down, and I had let it down. 

I thought, "How could this be happening to me?" 

After recovering from post-natal depression and slowly creating exercises as a prescription to heal, I began to feel better.

Through trial and error, I discovered the more I moved and the more of me I moved (instead of doing those pull-in and up exercises I had learned as a young dancer & Pilates Teacher); I not only healed my mind, I healed my abdominal muscles and Pelvic Floor.

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