Healthy Pelvis 101

Meet your pelvic floor + its neighboring muscle groups to learn how they function. Understand what happens if these muscles are not taken care of!

Great for people who are not actively experiencing pelvic floor challenges such as incontinence and chronic pain or who are not currently pregnant or have recently given birth.

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Your pelvis will thank you.

Now... Where Are My Pelvic Floor Muscles?

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Equipment: A large ball or rolled towel

Where’s my what now? We all know (or should hopefully know) what the vagina is, but if we are going to talk sex, we need to understand what else is down there. Part of the reason why sex feels good is the pelvic floor muscles which engorge with blood, contract and relax, and give us the ability to orgasm.

Ah, I see we have your attention.

In order to achieve some of our bedroom goals, those muscles need to be able to elongate, shorten, and pretty much go the distance. So how do we find them? Watch this video to better understand your nether regions so that you can befriend those babies and figure out the best ways to reduce discomfort and increase pleasure.

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