Pelvic Floor Health
Updated: Nov 12, 2019
The pelvic floor is a very important area of the body as it is where our centre is and it has many functions. To have a strong and stable pelvis is essential for the rest of the body to work correctly. However there are certain times in a woman's life when changes in the body can affect the pelvic muscles. Sometimes we can actually have weakened and overtight pelvic muscles leading to a dysfunction.
After completing Carolyne Anthony's Pelvic Floor Health & Dysfunction course in 2015, Sara now offers specialist exercises to help with pelvic floor issues, weaknesses and disorders. Usually done through a series of 1-2-1 sessions Sara will tailor exercises to suit your specific needs.
Do you suffer with either of the following?
Leakage of urine during coughing, sneezing or laughing?
Difficulty during birth?
This may mean you have a tight or weakened pelvic floor.
Problems and dysfunction of the Pelvic Floor can come about through:
Improper body mechanics whilst lifting heavy objects
Pregnancy and Childbirth
Excessive high impact sports
Straining when using the loo
If you'd like a chat, a consultation or a 1-2-1 please contact Sara: firstname.lastname@example.org