How to Feel Kegel Exercises | 4 Practical Expert Physical Therapy Techniques

How to feel Kegel exercises for women with these 4 practical tips for knowing your Kegels technique is effective.

Physical Therapy Kegels for Bladder Control that STOP BLADDER LEAKS (Video)

Kegels for bladder control Kegel in women including beginners with stress incontinence or urge incontinence Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist Michelle Kenway guides you through Kegel exercises for bladder control including correct Kegels technique, Kegels training positions and how to stop bladder leaks with stress and urge incontinence.

7 Physiotherapy Solutions that Reduce Vaginal Laxity and Internal Size

Learn Physiotherapy ways to reduce vaginal laxity and internal size. Improve vaginal tightness and sensation and know how to measure vaginal size

How to do Kegels Breathing (KEGEL and BREATHE at the SAME TIME)

Are you finding it difficult to do Kegels breathing correctly? Breathing and doing Kegel exercises is often challenging for men and women especially for beginners starting pelvic floor exercises. Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist Michelle guides you with 2 simple steps for Kegels breathing and avoid holding your breath. This Kegel exercise video training is suitable for […]

When to Relax Pelvic Floor Muscles (to Avoid Pelvic Pain)

Are you confused about when to contract and when to relax pelvic floor muscles? Many women make the mistake of constant pelvic floor bracing (contracting) without knowing the importance of relaxing their pelvic floor muscles. Constantly bracing your pelvic floor muscles can cause serious and debilitating pelvic floor problems. Read on now to learn: How […]

5 Simple Ways To Progess Your Pelvic Floor Exercises

Are you getting the results you want from your pelvic floor exercises? Are you frustrated by your lack of progress? Just like muscle strength training in the gym where increasingly heavy weights are lifted to increase the challenge, pelvic floor muscle training needs to be progressed to get the best strengthening effect. These 5 quick […]

10 Expert Physio Techniques that Relieve Pelvic Floor Muscle Tension and Pelvic Pain Fast

Pelvic floor muscle tension can be a debilitating condition that may have far reaching effects upon a woman’s life including her intimate relationships. Physiotherapists seem to be treating increasing numbers of women with pelvic pain caused by pelvic floor muscle tension or overactive pelvic floor muscles.