How A 70-Year-Old Woman Opened My Eyes To The Pelvic FloorJun 16, 2020
A 70-year old woman told me a story that will stick with me for the rest of my life.
I know that the older you get the wiser you become, but as a 23-year-old new mom who studied prenatal exercise with an anatomy background, what she was about to tell me *blew my mind.*
She opened up to me about how her uterus fell out of her vagina and she had to basically be sewn shut.
Let me tell you, my jaw dropped so far past the ground as I stood there stunned.
That was never taught to me in school, in any of my trainings or even with my clients. At that moment, I realized that I didn't know near enough and it's what propelled me to understand more about the pelvic floor.
In this episode, you are about to hear what needs to be talked more about in women's health along with how the pelvic floor is interconnected with every movement we make.
I'm just keeping it real here as I help to clear up any confusion you have about the pelvic floor while bringing more awareness to your body and all that's involved in it.
It's time you stop looking at the body as individual pieces and learn how everything is interconnected through our fascia. I know you're going to learn something about my favorite F word that you are going to want to tell your friends about.
Ladies, we need to start talking about this and the magical role that our pelvic floor plays in our body throughout our journey of womanhood. Head >>HERE<< to start the conversation!
And if you’re looking for more resources I’d love for you to check out my FREE Pelvic Floor PDF >>HERE<< which includes my must-have tips to start engaging your pelvic floor in an effective way. It's a powerful piece to bring awareness to that changed everything for me. Cheers to making those necessary changes ladies!
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).