Pelvic Floor Help & Training

Fact: everyone has a pelvic floor and uses it every day, whether we know it or not.

But how many of us know whether we are using it correctly, ove- using it or under-using it?

Take a look at the diagram below to see how complex and intricate your pelvic floor muscles are.

Many people experience pelvic floor issues, some after pregnancy and childbirth but not always. Your pelvic floor can be challenged by simple issues such as constipation or from manual jobs.

Need to know more before booking a pelvic floor assessment? Read more on the Pelvic Floor Appointment Info page.

Signs and Symptoms

There are common signs and symptoms that we may be experiencing pelvic floor issues, these include:

  • urinary incontinence – not matter how “minor”
  • needing to pee too often
  • leakage issues when exercising
  • pain during sexual intercourse

Triggers for Pelvic Floor Problems

Triggers for pelvic floor dysfunction include:

  • lifting heavy weights
  • lifting heavy children
  • constipation
  • manual labour
  • birth complications


Sophie is qualified and insured to assess, release and help to retrain your pelvic floor muscles so that you have the function and performance you need in order to not worry about them in everyday life and/or sporting activities.

Pelvic Floor Muscles

Model of female pelvic floor muscles – designed and used courtesy of Marie-Josée Forget.









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