Did you know that 1 in 3 women and 1 in 7 men in the UK suffer from pelvic floor issues? Most suffer in silence. Adore Your Pelvic floor addresses these issues.

These issues can start at any age. They are most evident with the changes that take place as we age and during menopause or in post-partum mothers

It can also take up to 7 years to get help through the NHS.

Knowledge is power and our pelvic floor courses and seminars are accredited with CIMSPA,
supported by women and men’s health physios and follow the NHS guidelines.

Join me for a course that involves 4 online sessions that will set you on your way to pelvic floor health.

This course is supported with a booklet and exclusive access to the Adore Your Pelvic Floor closed Facebook group.

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Pelvic floor health is crucial for overall well-being, particularly for women but also important for men. The pelvic floor muscles support vital organs like the bladder, intestines, and, in women, the uterus. Strong pelvic floor muscles help maintain proper organ function, prevent incontinence, and enhance sexual health.

Practicing pelvic floor exercises, often known as Kegels, can strengthen these muscles. This is especially beneficial for women during pregnancy and postpartum to support recovery and prevent pelvic organ prolapse. Men can also benefit from pelvic floor exercises to manage symptoms of prostate issues and improve bladder control.

Pelvic floor health contributes to core stability and overall physical strength, impacting activities from exercise to daily movements. Regularly engaging in exercises that focus on this area, such as Pilates or targeted physiotherapy, can improve pelvic floor function, reduce discomfort, and enhance quality of life

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