Pelvic Floor Tune-up Program
Empowering you to understand and take control of your body
Congratulations on making the decision to learn about your pelvic floor and how you can regain control over your body so that you can live your life to the fullest without pain, constraints or embarrassment.
This program will allow you to have rich conversations about a topic that is just starting to surface as a reality for over 40% of women in North America. We will take the time to dive into how mindset, lifestyle habits, functional movement, corrective exercise, therapeutic self-massage, proper core bracing as well as breathing techniques can help you get your pelvic floor, your body and life back on track.
My program has a strong educational component to help you understand why you may be struggling with incontinence and or pain. Even more importantly, you will understand why you will be encouraged to implement some of the suggested tips, strategies, lifestyle modifications, mind-set shifts, exercises, and massages.
This is NOT a quick fix, give me a magic pill kind of program that gives temporary relief. This IS a program that will empower you to track down the source of the problem, learn how to take care of it and get rid of it…. for good.
Are you ready to make a huge difference in your life? Are you ready to get rid of pain? Are you ready to have a success story like these ones?
Jackie, I have to tell you that last week was the 1st time in forever that I had a 7-panty week! I usually go through 35 to 40 panties per week because of incontinence! I don’t have to bring a change of clothes to work anymore!
OMG I can now have sex without it hurting!” When I start to feel pain again, I know that I need to re-focus on some of my lifestyle choices and release the tension inside by using that massage you taught me
I just wanted to tell you I’m going through your course right now and I can already say I’ve learned so much. I feel like this course was made exactly for me and all the issues I’ve been dealing with the past couple of years.
Your presentation was excellent. It gave me the right language to find more info. I think that because the pelvic floor info is so under the radar, that we don’t even know how to describe the issues. You’ve given me the language now!
Insight from professionals
Even though pelvic pain and incontinence are common, they are not normal. Each woman’s struggles with these issues are as unique as the women who are experiencing them. There is no one-size-fits-all remedy but there is a formula that will work once that all aspects of your particular struggles and needs are better understood. The program that I have designed is all about educating women on how they can help themselves or find the right help to empower them and help heal their bodies.
The following professionals were asked to guide you, as to how you can get rid of your pelvic floor issues, from their specialty perspective. Someone will speak the right words at the right time for you on the online course or at one of the live workshops.
Anik Lalonde, Jennifer Luck ND, Katharina Goetze D.O, Heidi Piotrowski, Kathy Smart, Louise Gourlx, Tracy Jenks Wilson, Angelika Niedling, Jennie Queen, Victoria Johnston
Are you excited about the possibilities? How is your life going to be when you tame your nagging problem(s)!
I encourage you to set aside a period of time each week to progress through the information. There is a lot to digest. Taking the time to implement the suggested strategies may need to be progressive so give yourself some time and be kind with yourself during the journey.
You are doing this program in the privacy of your own home but you never have to feel alone and overwhelmed. I am also available for one-to-one coaching if you need a more personalized approach. You can book sessions at my studio or we can do video calls as well.
I look forward to your stories of laughter without peeing yourself, long walks without scouting out where all the bathrooms are, great pain free sex, no more back pain, no more elusive pain that is happening in your body that is linked to pelvic floor dysfunction.