After childbirth or with age, you may notice changes in your pelvic floor muscles. Weakness can occur over time due to factors like age, obesity, heavy lifting, chronic coughing, pregnancy, and/or childbirth.
Pelvic muscles support the bladder, bowel, and uterus. When the muscles contract, the organs lift and the openings to the vagina, anus, and urethra tighten. When the muscles are relaxed, urine and feces can be released from the body. Pelvic floor muscles also play a role in sexual functioning. Strength building exercises can reduce pelvic pain during sex and increase pleasurable sensations.
Pelvic floor muscle training is a proven non-invasive treatment or preventive care for pelvic organ prolapse.
Gain specific exercises designed to address symptoms. Reduce frequency and severity such as chronic lower back pain, hip pain, abdominal issues, incontinence, and private issues. Discover best practices to help resolve physical issues. Consistently perform exercises to support better health now, as well as prevent problems from developing in both men and women.
This course is available live in-person and on Zoom. You will be emailed a Zoom link closer to the time of the class. The course will be recorded and you will receive a link to watch it.
Course 232148 | Hybrid | Live | Zoom
Date Monday, August 14
Time 7:00 - 9:00 PM CST
Cost $35/30 payment 10 days in advance