How to Engage Your Pelvic FloorOct 29, 2020
Mama, let me deal it to you straight: You have to stop gripping your pelvic floor!
Although I believe it's important to have a strong pelvic floor, I don’t think women know how to properly engage their pelvic floor.
*Yes, ladies, I'm talking to you!*
>>For example, many women are still doing Kegels, but they don’t understand the harm that it's causing their pelvic floor.<<
I have made my opinion on Kegels very clear in my podcast episodes like >>this one<< especially when it comes to healing the postpartum body.
So I'm going to save you time by sharing my step-by-step guide on how to engage your pelvic floor in a way that will BENEFIT your body. Read on!
Here's how I teach my clients to properly engage their pelvic floor:
- Close your eyes, connect with your breath, relax your hips and envision your pelvic floor spreading.
- Breathe deep into your pelvic floor, sides of your ribs and into your back.
- On your exhale, lightly draw your pelvic floor together, zip up through your low belly and lengthen tall.
- On your inhale, let everything relax.
There you have it, my friend!
If you’re looking to learn more about your pelvic floor, download my FREE Pelvic Floor Guide for more of my tips, techniques and information on how I use the pelvic floor to heal your body postpartum.
With this powerful information that's not talked about enough womans health and the Pelvic Floor Guide as your compass, you’ll be able to get rid of incontinence, body pains and heal diastasis recti.
The material contained within is provided for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice. You should seek prompt medical care for any specific health issues and consult your physician before beginning a new regiment or purchasing any product(s).