Fed up with leaking when you exercise? Wondering how to get back to the training you love, now that you’re experiencing pelvic organ prolapse symptoms? Confused about post-natal exercise and your core and pelvic floor?
Don’t worry, I got you.
Pelvic floor symptoms such as leaking, prolapse or pelvic pain shouldn't be a full stop to the training you love! I take a you-centered approach to give you the strategies and programming you need. So you can get back to the exercise you love, without your symptoms, or worrying you are making things worse.
Here's how I help my clients?
My personal training approach is based on almost a decade of working with amazing women, who have wanted help with:
- Exercising with pelvic organ prolapse (including weight training, CrossFit, and running)
- Improving and managing symptoms of pelvic organ prolapse, in everyday life as well as the gym
- Managing pelvic pain and vaginismus during pregnancy and post-baby
- Confidently exercising post-baby, including getting back to weight training, running, and Crossfit
- Healing Diastasis Recti and getting back to challenging core workouts
- Finding a way of eating that isn’t restrictive and mind-numbingly boring (you can delete that calorie tracking app right now!)
- Developing a better and less exhausting relationship with food and your body
Ways to work with me
Personal Training for Pelvic Organ Prolapse
I created the Positive POP Framework to help clients with pelvic organ prolapse re-write their list of “safe exercises”. This approach bridges the gap between rehab and the exercise you want to do.
Personal Training for Pelvic Floor & Core Rehab
Pelvic floor & core rehab sessions which progress over time. Perfect if you are early post natal, post hysterectomy or gynae surgery and would like help with your physical and emotional recovery. These holistic sessions include gentle coaching, exercise, nutrition and self care.
Free pelvic health resources
A collection of free resources for pelvic organ prolapse, diastasis, general pelvic health, and getting back to running and jumping.