Pelvic care for down there

Expert-Led and On-Demand Courses, Curated Products, and Resources for Your Pelvic Floor

Pee when you sneeze? Ow vs. wow with sex?

You’re not alone. Pelvic floor issues impact millions of women.


1 in 6 women experience painful sex


1 in 3 women have urinary incontinence


Have vaginal atrophy in postmenopause

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So, what exactly is pelvic health? 

In a nutshell, pelvic health involves a part of the body below the belt. There you’ll find your pelvic floor, the unsung hero of your amazing body. A group of muscles and tissues that supports your bladder, bowels, uterus, vagina, and rectum. It’s crucial for things like peeing, pooping, and orgasms.

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Chronic Pelvic Pain

Ow down there? We’ve got you. Pelvic pain can take many forms: Endometriosis, Vulvodynia, Pudendal Neuralgia, Irritable Bowel Syndrome and more – they can really impact your daily life. Learn about the pain/brain connection and techniques to help calm the nervous system so you get back to feeling good.

Bladder & Bowel Leakage

Dribble when you jump? We’ve been there too. Your pelvic floor is critical to your bladder and bowel. But when your pelvic floor gets too tight or too loose – urgency, frequency, and incontinence can creep in. Get tips and tricks for optimal urinary and bowel function.

Painful Sex

Sex making, eek? Sex can hurt for a number of reasons, at any age, including: Vulvodynia, Vaginismus, Vaginal Atrophy and more. From dilation to meditation, Pelvic PT and programs give you a toolkit for your lady bits designed to decrease pain and unlock a pleasure chest.

Pregnancy & Postpartum

Feeling a little different down there? Your body undergoes a lot of changes during and after pregnancy. From Diastis Recti, to Bladder Incontinence, to Early Stage Prolapse – pelvic courses can help by giving you practical tips for cesarean and vaginal birth recovery from expert PT’s and Postpartum specialists.

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A Pain in the Va-jay-jay: a quick overview of Vaginismus

A Pain in the Va-jay-jay: a quick overview of Vaginismus

The Short Version:  Research suggests 1 in 6 women experience pain with intimacy (painful sex) or insertion, at some point in their lives. Vaginismus is a condition that causes pain with penetration, affecting around 7% of women. The causes of vaginismus can be a...

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