Pelvic Floor exercises
Supports and helps control bladder and bowel function. Strengthening the pelvic floor can improve most types of incontinence and in some cases, even resolve it altogetherREAD MORE
Our pelvic floor muscles hang like a sling between your hips to support your bladder, uterus, other organs, and the baby when it is still in the womb.READ MORE
Yoga for the Pelvic Floor
Most people know that Kegel exercises can help with urinary incontinence through strengthening the pelvic floor.READ MORE
Pelvic Floor Exercises for Men
A weakened pelvic floor muscle is the most common cause of stress incontinence in women but can also impact men’s continence.