Pelvic Power Workshops

How do I strengthen my pelvic floor?

Join me on Zoom, I’ll teach you everything you need to know.

When?

On the last Thursday of every month, 8pm until 9.15pm, (UK time).

How much?

Just £10 for knowledge that will last you a lifetime.

Or, if you prefer to organise a time more convenient to you, you can book my workshop for yourself for £50, (and share that fee with your friends if you like).

How do I book?

Email janecollinsyoga@gmail.com to see when places are available and pay via PayPal or bank transfer to receive the Zoom link.

Who is it for?

The workshop is suitable for all bodies, all genders, all ages.

What does the workshop involve?

My pelvic floor strengthening workshop teaches you how to do pelvic floor exercises properly, no more ineffective squeezes. Learn how to look after those important supporting muscles for life.

You will understand how to involve a whole team of pelvic and abdominal muscles for exercises so effective that you will only need to do a few each day. Forget about doing 100s of ineffective lifts and truly power up your supporting muscles with some real understanding of how they function.

Learn about the anatomy of the pelvis and the team of muscles around it.

It does not need to take more than a few minutes a day to get you feeling in control of these muscles again. Even just a small number of pelvic floor exercises each day gives you amazing results if you are doing them properly.

Learn all about pelvic muscles, abdominal anatomy, and how to link pelvic floor exercises with good breathing techniques for super effective pelvic floor strengthening.

The workshop includes a selection of simple but powerful pelvic floor exercises to compliment the anatomy knowledge. By practicing these techniques, you can expect stronger pelvic floor muscles, stronger abdominal muscles, a more stable pelvis. But it is not all about strength. I will teach you how to balance power with flexibility for optimal health. The exercises can release hip tension, sooth lower back discomfort and reduce stress.

The chances of parts of our bodies becoming unwell is higher if we ignore them. If your pelvic floor muscles are already functioning poorly, and you don’t do anything, they will get worse. Many many older people suffer from some level of incontinence. Let’s take charge of these muscles and aim to prevent it.

The workshops are easy to understand, lighthearted and entertaining.

Interacting is optional. Questions are welcomed, but it is also fine to stay muted, or even to keep your video camera off if you prefer.