yoga – prenatal – hypnobirthing – pelvic floor – diastasis recti – hormonal balance
A very effective method to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles and improve or prevent disorders including prolapses.
Your organs (bladder, vagina, anal canal, womb) are normally held in place inside your pelvis with various muscles, tissues and ligaments.
Because of pregnancy, (difficult) childbirth, lack of exercising or bad habits in some women the pelvic floor muscles weaken. Ageing can also be a factor, as with the natural loss of the hormone oestrogen, the tissues and ligaments loose their flexibilty. In some cases even causing some prolapses. If the uterus drops into the vaginal canal, causing the condition known as a prolapsed uterus.
When you are afraid to sneeze, cough or sometimes it is very urging to get to the bathroom it is very uncomfortable. Incontinency and sensitive bladder are not just common after pregnancies, a lot of young women also suffers due to bad life habits.
As we get older, almost everybody experiences conditions deriving from weak pelvic floor. Haemorrhoids (piles) are very common also, mostly developing because of bad eating habits, little or bad physical activity and you are standing or sitting a lot during the day with a bad posture.
If you would like to prevent pelvic floor issues and get strong muscles in the lower abdominal zone. Or you already have pelvic floor issues:
If you are suffering from symptoms caused by week pelvic floor, you can actually change your life with special exercises. You can live without fear and feeling uncomfortable by regularly doing these special exercises and developing healthy habits. You soon will experience improvements.
Due to Covid station I only teach the workshop on a one-to-one session, which is about 2 hours long. It can be online or face-to-face. Please call me and we arrange an appointment. 99329229
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