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Heal and Restore Your Pelvic Floor

Get your pelvic floor happy again and stop putting up with leaks or pain - learn from a specialist!

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The sections cover:

1. What’s Normal?

There’s a lot of confusion about what the pelvic floor is, what it does, and what causes problems like incontinence. Get your head around the anatomy, the function and the behaviour of this intimate muscle group, and find out what happens when it goes wrong.

2. How to Self Assess

To identify your individual issues, this section tells you how to explore your own pelvic floor, assess your strength, muscle tone, and record it in a useful way – either for your own self treatment or to take with you to a pelvic professional.

3. Bladder and Bowel Patterns

A great section for data geeks – but super useful and often reassuring information you can gather yourself! This section introduces the bladder and bowel diary and shows you how you can measure your pelvic behaviour and analyse the data you gather. This is so important to set a starting benchmark which you can chart your progress against.

4. Exploring your Emotional History

Feeling stressed? Your pelvic floor will be feeling it too. Life throws a lot at us, and over time the pelvis can gather and hold a lot of emotional tension or reactive behaviours. This section encourages you to gently explore the journey your pelvis has been through, from society’s message about sexuality, to childbirth, trauma, menopause and surgery. You may be surprised by the emotions it stirs and give you an appreciation of how connected your mind and your body really are.

5. How to Release and Relax

The accepted wisdom in the public eye is that everything will be OK as long as you strengthen your pelvic floor. This is simply not the case – the pelvic floor needs to be able to release and stretch and relax if it is to give you a good contraction and proper support. This section gives you tried and tested techniques for giving the pelvic floor some TLC, and strategies to use for life to nourish and protect your pelvis for years to come.

6. How to Strengthen

When you’ve mastered the ability to relax, then the strengthening can begin. This section explains how muscles gain bulk, how to monitor your progress, and what tips and tools you can use to make progress and get back to your activities.


Your Instructor


Kathryn Peden
Kathryn Peden
Based in the UK, Kathryn helps women of all ages identify and overcome pelvic problems after childbirth - even many years after childbirth! She believes passionately that the body can heal and return to full function, with the right knowledge and understanding, and with an insight into the INDIVIDUAL issues a woman faces, rather than a one size fits all.

She's the co-author of Menopause, the Change for the Better, and co-hosts the 3-D Woman Podcast.


Frequently Asked Questions


When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.

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