Pelvic Floor Exercises – Physical Therapy for Pelvic Floor Muscles

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14 Comments

  1. Hello. I am in 20weeks of my pregnancy. I am having problem with urine inconvenience .. can I try this yoga in this stage

  2. Superb video! Excellent explanations! I have been in pre and post natal care for 14 years and few people, I ever feel cover everything. But this was targeted and thorough. Great job. Xxxx

  3. Hi Jessica! Thank you for sharing your knowledge like you do! Your back videos in particular have been helping my family in a big way. Question: is it typical to have to do pelvic floor strengthening exercises daily for the rest of one's life after having babies? My youngest is 1.5 years and I was running without concerns for months, and recently things have suddenly gotten worse than ever for some unknown reason.

  4. I gotta be honest. I tried this for the first 4 minutes and I was like “I don’t feel anything!!” And then once I really sat and thought hard and channeled that energy where you instructed, I felt I was able to move part of my body I never knew I could! It was like a light bulb went off lol. Thank you so much for this!

  5. Thank you Jessica for your videos! I just started seeing a pre/post natal PT for my DR and incontinence. My DR is a 2-3-2 about one knuckle deep. My youngest just turned 4. While I could live with a "mommy pooch" (but don't prefer it), I cannot live with the incontinence when I sneeze, cough, or workout. I recently started working out consistently at a boot camp style gym for women, and I love it, but it has made my DR/incontenance right in the forefront of my mind. And I'm sick of wearing a pad!!
    I will use your videos to supplement what my PT gives me as well.

  6. Which hair care products do you use? Your hair always looks so healthy.. Great video !

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