Pelvic Exercises gives women access to quality health professional information to empower them to stay active and exercise safely for their pelvic floor health, and overall physical strength, fitness and wellbeing.
Why Pelvic Exercises was Founded
Many women worldwide are unable to access health professional exercise information.
Pelvic Exercises was founded by Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist Michelle Kenway who recognised that many women need better access to quality health professional information about pelvic floor safe exercise and pelvic floor health.
Michelle set about making this information freely available to women through her news media articles, online videos and her internationally acclaimed pelvic floor safe exercise program Inside Out
The popularity of Michelle’s articles and videos has helped to develop a worldwide community of like-minded exercising women, exercise instructors and health professionals who recognise the importance of pelvic floor safe exercise for women.
About Michelle Kenway
Michelle Kenway is an Australian Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist.
She is a lecturer, writer and exercise instructor for women. Her long-term experience as a private practitioner and hospital-based consulting Physiotherapist have provided her with unique understanding of the health and fitness challenges confronting women through their various life stages.
In addition to her experience working and exercising with women, Michelle has post-graduate Physiotherapy qualifications in Women’s Health and Exercise for Women. Her postgraduate studies have furthered her understanding of evidence-based exercise particularly in relation to pelvic floor safe exercise for women.
Michelle lectures and presents to community groups and is proud to be associated with the Continence Foundation of Australia. She was one of the first physiotherapists involved in the Pelvic Floor First Australian Government funded safe exercise initiative. Michelle currently lectures to fitness professionals about pelvic floor safe exercise delivery in mainstream fitness for their professional accreditation on behalf of Pelvic Floor First. She has also lectured widely to Australian medical specialists and physiotherapists on the importance of pelvic floor safe exercise for women.
Michelle conducts weekly exercise classes for women to promote physical rehabilitation, strength training, bone health and safe pregnancy exercise. Her many exercise participants have included women with a range of physical challenges including; pelvic floor problems, post-operative pelvic floor surgery, osteoporosis, long-term musculoskeletal problems, general health problems and illnesses including breast cancer, diabetes and arthritis.
In addition to her professional experience, Michelle is also a mother of two boys so she understands the physical challenges and demands placed upon the body with motherhood and beyond. She particularly enjoys staying active exercising outdoors with her family.
Michelle is committed to providing all women with access to quality professional information and support to help them exercise appropriately for their own body regardless of their age or stage of life.