The learning centre should be studied carefully to make sure you get the most from the next section

Topics Covered

- Pelvic Floor Anatomy

- Abdominal Muscles

- Diaphragm & Breathing

Welcome !

  • 1 in 3 women will experience pelvic floor dysfunction at some stage in their lifetime
  • Symtoms can range from bladder & bowel control problems to pelvic pain and organ prolapse
  • You can succesfully cure pelvic dysfunction using new exercises developed by Chartered Physiotherapists
  • You can learn more about these methods with our DVD and through this site - CLICK HERE
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Exercise

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Breathing Techniques

Lie down with your knees bent upwards ...

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Abdominal Control

Palpate your tension point ...

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Pelvic Floor Release

Allow your stomach muscles to fully relax and FLOP your stomach out...

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What Is Pelvic Dysfunction ?

The pelvis is the centre through which we move, we sit on it, we need it for bladder and bowel control, it houses our organs, it carries a pregnancy, a baby will pass through it and it is a strong emotional centre in our bodies meaning that we can hold it excessively without even knowing. Is it any wonder it is susceptible to injury ? Read more..

Will this website help me?

If you have Pelvic Dysfunction and are asking whether these techniques will help - the answer is probably Yes ! This site teaches a new technique where we focus on releasing the pelvic muscles before strengthening. Why ? - Consider any of the muscles in your body that may be just slightly tight, you will always need to lengthen a muscle before strengthening it. It is the same for your pelvic floor muscles - Frequently after childbirth (or even before), a pelvic floor contraction just does not feel optimal and we can only regain full range through release first and then strengthening.Read more..