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Pelvic floor training is an investment in your health with guaranteed returns for the rest of your life.
The ability to hold the contents of the bladder in moments of straining, like coughing, sneezing, lifting of a load, running etc. depends on the coordinated cooperation of selected muscles, nerves, and ligaments of the pelvic floor. With this workshop you will learn how to exercise your pelvic floor lying down, sitting, standing and during walking
Why should I attend?
Health: We might not talk about it as much as we perhaps should, but many women experience a degree of urinary incontinence at some point in their lives. You can strengthen the PC muscle to improve bladder control
Pleasure for you: By toning and strengthening your PC muscle, you’ll enjoy enhanced sensitivity and more intense, easy-to-achieve orgasms.
Pregnancy: Preparing the PC muscle for delivery. After birth, help with vaginal recovery, and the enhanced tightness you’ll achieve will increase sensitivity for you and your partner during sex.
Menopause: Strengthening your PC muscle can enhance your natural vaginal lubrication, sexual response and urinary control during the physiological changes of menopause.
The work shop will be given by Sari Cohen a Callanetics instructor and owner of Allure Sensuality Emporium and will include presentation by Lonese Jacobs, exercise session, Q&A, and light refreshments
Limited space available, please book in advance
Please bring your Yoga mat and wear comfortable clothes we will be doing some exercises
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Pelvic Floor/Kegel Exercises Workshop
Allure Sensuality Emporium
12 Heather St, Milnerton, Cape Town, 7441