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Studio 113 operates 1 on 1 classes from our studio in Mickleton

Group classes are held at Honeybourne Village Hall, and sometimes at other venues in the area, whilst certain group and one-on-one sessions are available on Zoom  01386 662306 / 07534 473553

Adore your pelvic floor
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Pelvic floor health is essential for both men and women, impacting a variety of bodily functions and overall well-being. The pelvic floor is a group of muscles that span the bottom of the pelvis, supporting vital organs such as the bladder, intestines, and uterus in women. Maintaining strong and healthy pelvic floor muscles is crucial for preventing issues like incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, and enhancing sexual health.

Importance of Pelvic Floor Health

The pelvic floor muscles play a critical role in bladder and bowel control. Weak pelvic floor muscles can lead to urinary or faecal incontinence, a common issue that can significantly impact the quality of life. For women, particularly during pregnancy and postpartum, maintaining pelvic floor strength is vital to support the added weight and stress on the pelvic region, reducing the risk of prolapse and aiding in recovery after childbirth.

Pelvic Floor Exercises

Pelvic floor exercises, commonly known as Kegels, are designed to strengthen these muscles. These exercises involve contracting and relaxing the pelvic floor muscles, similar to stopping the flow of urine midstream. Regular practice of Kegels can help both men and women improve muscle tone and function, leading to better control over bladder and bowel movements.

Benefits for Men

While often associated with women’s health, pelvic floor exercises are equally beneficial for men. They can help manage symptoms of prostate problems, improve bladder control, and enhance sexual performance. For men who have undergone prostate surgery, pelvic floor exercises are particularly important for recovery and regaining urinary control.

Incorporating into Daily Routine

Incorporating pelvic floor exercises into a daily routine is straightforward and can be done discreetly at any time. Additionally, exercises like Pilates and yoga, which emphasise core strength and stability, also support pelvic floor health.

Seeking Professional Help

For individuals experiencing pelvic floor dysfunction, consulting a healthcare professional or physiotherapist specialising in pelvic health is recommended. They can provide personalised exercise plans and treatments to address specific issues.

Overall, maintaining pelvic floor health is essential for preventing discomfort, improving quality of life, and ensuring proper function of the urinary and reproductive systems. Regular exercise and awareness of pelvic floor health can lead to long-term benefits for both men and women.

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