15 Common Mistakes to Avoid for Successful Pelvic Floor Exercises

There are common mistakes to avoid for successful pelvic floor exercises. Unfortunately up to 70% of women perform pelvic floor exercises using the wrong technique if they don’t have individualised instruction. This Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist information helps you achieve successful pelvic floor exercises for the strength and support you require. This list is mistakes […]

26 Vaginal Health Tips Your Mother Never Told You

Did your mum teach you anything about your vaginal health? When I was growing up vaginal health wasn’t talked about openly. I do recall mum telling me (in hushed tones) to wear cotton briefs to help me ‘breathe’. I think that’s about all mum really knew to tell me back then. Women can avoid the […]

Pelvic Floor Exercises Guide to Pelvic Floor Strength Training

This Pelvic Floor Exercises Guide provides you with Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy answers to your FAQ about pelvic floor strength training. What are Pelvic Floor Exercises? Pelvic floor exercises involve contracting and relaxing the pelvic floor muscles. Pelvic floor exercises usually aim to strengthen pelvic floor muscles, maintain and restore pelvic floor support and control. How […]

Breathing Exercises – Diaphragmatic Breathing Exercises Boost Your Core

Did you know that breathing exercises can help your pelvic floor and core abdominal muscles work well? Learning how to do diaphragmatic breathing exercises is simple and can be readily incorporated into your everyday life. Read on now to learn: What diaphragmatic breathing is The benefits of diaphragmatic breathing exercises How diaphragmatic breathing exercises can […]

How to Correct Posture for Successful Pelvic Floor Exercises

Knowing how to correct posture can help you get the most out of your pelvic floor exercises. Incorrect posture can increase pressure on your pelvic floor and this can make pelvic floor problems worse. Here’s your Physiotherapist guide to: Why is correct posture important? What is correct posture for pelvic floor exercises? How to correct […]

How to Modify Abdominal Exercises for Pelvic Floor Protection

Abdominal exercises have the potential to impact upon the pelvic floor, particularly with intense core abdominal exercises and poorly functioning pelvic floor muscles. It can be very confusing to know how to modify some commonly performed intense core abdominal exercises especially when you are participating in a main stream fitness class. This short Physiotherapist video […]

Kegel Exercises Guidelines for Strengthening Episode 3

Kegel Exercises guidelines for how to strengthen your pelvic floor are outlined in this Physical Therapist video. This Kegel exercise video teaches you: How to Kegel with correct technique in upright sitting; and How many Kegel exercises you need to do to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles. Video duration: 5 minutes Kegel Exercises Video Episodes […]

Pelvic Exercises Prolapse Strengthening Techniques

Pelvic exercises prolapse strength training techniques can improve prolapse support and reducing prolapse symptoms. These pelvic exercises prolapse techniques are designed to: strengthen your pelvic floor with a prolapse reduce prolapse symptoms reduce the risk of repeat prolapse after surgery improve prolapse self management. They have been written by Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist Michelle Kenway, author of […]

Pelvic Exercises for Women – How to do Pelvic Exercises Guide

‘Pelvic Exercises for Women’ is a short instructional video for how to effectively strengthen your pelvic floor. Michelle Kenway author of Inside Out teaches you how to locate your pelvic floor, how to contract your pelvic floor muscles and how to exercise on a daily basis for most effective pelvic floor strengthening. Pelvic Exercises for […]

Pelvic Exercises For Pregnancy – Daily Exercise Guidelines

  Pelvic exercises for pregnancy promote better strength, support and control and help you to relax your pelvic floor  for childbirth. These pelvic exercise guidelines teach you how to safely and effectively exercise your pelvic floor for pregnancy and childbirth. They are by Michelle Kenway, Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist and author of Inside Out – the […]