pelvisfloorsideSo, when it comes to training the pelvic floor muscles nowadays as Ante/Postnatal Specialists, unless you’ve had your head in the sand, I think you’ve noticed a shift away from Kegel exercises, and more of a directional turn towards incorporating movement into what it is we prescribe.


Kegels, those isolated exercises which involve a ‘squeeze and release’ or ‘draw up and hold’ of the pelvic floor muscles may work for some clients.  However, if we can find a more effective way of training the pelvic floor to help more and more pre and postnatal women with pelvic floor dysfunction, it’s kinda like a win-win, isn’t it?


So, the main 3 things to be aware of regarding training the pelvic floor muscles are:

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