Pelvic Yoga Leaderboard

What is Pelvic Yoga™?

Are you interested in trying Pelvic Yoga™? If you are dealing with pelvic floor pain and need support with pelvic floor rehabilitation, Pelvic Yoga™ can be a supportive resource. Pelvic Yoga™ offers an integrated exercise program that combines yoga with pelvic floor exercise, and ends with overall and pelvic floor relaxation exercises. See what the Read more »

Pelvic Floor Exercise: Instructions for Men

Pelvic Floor Health is an issue of importance to both men and women. Men can experience issue of both urinary and fecal incontinence due to age, injury, or prostate-related health conditions. Men dealing with pelvic floor issues should consult a urologist and may find that physical therapy and regular pelvic floor exercise can help improve Read more »

Pelvic Floor Exercise: Elevator

Pelvic Floor Contraction: Elevators The Elevator is another variation on Pelvic Floor Contraction. This is a great way to further challenge yourself and build Pelvic Floor Strength. Imagine your pelvis has four floors. To begin: • Contract, pulling your pelvic muscles up gently to floor one. This is a very minimal level of pelvic floor Read more »

Pelvic Floor Exercise: Long Holds

Pelvic Floor Contractions: Long Holds If Quick-Flicks are a Pelvic Floor Sprint, then Long Holds are a Pelvic Floor Marathon. Long Holds are the most important exercise for building and maintaining pelvic floor strength. To perform this exercise: • Tighten your pelvic floor, pulling up and in. • Hold for at least eight to ten Read more »

Pelvic Floor Exercise: Quick-Flicks

Once you’ve learned how to isolate your pelvic floor muscles and do a basic pelvic floor contraction, it’s helpful to learn some additional exercises. These variations on the pelvic floor contraction are a great way to build pelvic floor strength and endurance. One variation on pelvic floor contraction is the Quick-Flick. Quick-Flicks are like a Read more »

Pelvic Floor Exercise: Instructions for Women

Pelvic Floor contractions, often called Kegels, can be very helpful for strengthening the muscles of the pelvic floor. The challenge is figuring out what you are actually doing and how to actually contract the muscle. Here are some guidelines to get you started: In women, the muscles isolated in pelvic floor exercises are shaped like Read more »

What is the Pelvic Floor?

Your pelvic floor is a “hammock” of several muscles, connected down the midline, extending from the base of your spine to the base of your pubic bone. These muscles help stop the flow of urine, suppress gas, and permit women to tighten the vagina. These interconnected muscles work together as a unit, with some muscles Read more »