Pelvic Floor Health: Perineal Massage, Postpartum, Peeing & De-Stressing Your Vagina

Pelvic floor physiotherapist, Kate Roddy, joins Jess to answer questions and share advice for keeping your pelvic floor as healthy as possible. They discuss:

  • How to destress your vagina
  • How to protect your pelvic floor while lifting weights and working out
  • The forms of incontinence and how to manage them
  • Why you don’t have to settle for peeing when you laugh
  • How to do a proper kegel
  • How to differentiate between pain and discomfort
  • The Power of the Kegel Release Curve
  • How to find the back end of the clitoris
  • Safe vaginal & perineal massage (especially postpartum)
  • Symptoms of an unhealthy pelvic floor
  • The 4th trimester

Follow Kate on Instagram. To learn more about the Kegel Release Curve, check out their Instagram and website.

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