Kegel Exercises Video Series for Beginners

Kegel Exercises Video Series

Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy Guided Kegel Exercise Video Series

Kegel exercise video series guides you step by step through:

  • Feeling your Kegels
  • How many exercises you need to do
  • Best positions for your exercises
  • Progressing your Kegel exercises
  • Kegel exercises after prolapse or hysterectomy surgery

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This complete series is for beginners progressing through to more advanced pelvic floor strengthening.
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Kegel Exercises Guidelines for Strengthening Episode 3
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Kegel Exercise Video Series Content

The online Kegel exercises video series consists of 5 episodes of guided pelvic floor training with:

  • What is a Kegel Exercise
  • How to Feel your Kegels
  • How to Kegel with Correct Technique
  • Beginners Kegel Workout
  • Advanced Kegel Workout

Benefits of Kegel Exercises for Women

Kegel exercises can help women in a number of ways:

  • Training stronger pelvic floor muscles
  • Relieve pelvic organ prolapse symptoms
  • Promote recovery after prolapse surgery or hysterectomy
  • Improve bladder and bowel control problems
  • Improve sexual sensation and arousal
  • Manage rectal prolapse

How to Feel Kegel Exercises?

Kegel exercises feel like a squeeze and inwards lift of the three pelvic floor openings; the vagina, urethra (urine tube) and anus (bowel opening).

When starting out some women feel a definite pelvic floor whereas women with pelvic floor weakness often have difficulty feeling or maintaining a definite muscle contraction.

Try these kegel exercise techniques to help you feel your pelvic floor muscles contracting:

  • Stop or slow the flow of urine (use as a test and only once a week)
  • Imagine you need to stop gas from passing
  • Sit on an exercise ball to feel your exercises
  • Sit on a rolled up towel to feel your exercises
  • Use your fingers to feel your pelvic floor muscles
  • Use a hand mirror to see your pelvic openings tighten.