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More from Down Under – Women – Explore Your Pelvic Floor – How and Why

A deeper exploration than may be necessary, I found this to be one of the more thorough pelvic floor discovery and strengthening videos out there, and who doesn’t enjoy listening to an Australian accent? This truly is Pelvic Floor 101, and she’s not shy about the language (I found “back passage” to be kind of endearing) or telling you to touch yourself, think Divinyls (also Australian) but if you have any doubt about how your pelvic floor works, why it’s important, or how to activate these crucial muscles it’s worth watching. 1st and 2nd techniques will most likely be adequate. Personally, I find it helpful to think of a camera shutter, opening and closing. I also happen to love photography. What does it have to do with the rest of your core? The pelvic floor works along with the other lower deep stabilizer muscles of the pelvis and spine, the tranversus abdominis and multifidus. Once you find and activate the deep pelvic floor muscles it makes it easier to isolate and correctly engage these other lower deep core muscles (thinking hollowing, scooping, navel to spine…). It starts with the pelvic floor! Lift and squeeze, and keep lifting, keep lifting, keep breathing, release! “This pelvic floor training video is presented by Pelvic Floor Physio Michelle Kenway author of Inside Out- the essential women’s guide to pelvic support…”  

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