Beth Davies Coaching

I’m a personal trainer helping awesome women, like you, to get back to the exercise you love without fear and lots of rules.  Even if you have pelvic floor or core issues such as pelvic organ prolapse, leaking or diastasis, or have just had a baby.

If you have pelvic floor issues, such as pelvic organ prolapse, leaking or pelvic pain, you might be wondering how a personal trainer can help?

And I totally get that! 

Before you read on, I’ve never been the kind of personal trainer who shouts, “get down and give me 20” or “you don’t want this enough”.

Personal training isn’t about always pushing you to your physical limit and leaving you sore for days. 

I am not here for that (and I don’t think you are either)

It’s about smart and personalised support, programming, and coaching. 

This means I take a totally you-centred approach to help you train the way you love. 

– Looking at your tendencies and why you might be experiencing symptoms 

– Helping you meet your body where it’s at and then build serious strength and capacity so you can do more 

–  Piecing together the bits you’ve been told to do but not sure why – like breathing or engaging your pelvic floor 

– Exploring the beliefs you have around exercise and your pelvic health. And why they may be keeping you from making progress 

-Observing how you move and how these relate to your pelvic floor and whole body 

-Helping you learn more about how your body works and what works for you

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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. 

 

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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. 

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Free pelvic health resources

Pelvic health and exercise blog

free pelvic health resources

A collection of free resources. Includes resources for pelvic organ prolapse, diastasis, getting back to running and general pelvic health. 

Read my pelvic health, fitness and training blog here. Includes “how to fix prolapse”, “best exercises for pelvic organ prolapse” and “can you CrossFit with prolapse?”

Testimonials

Emily’s Diastasis Story

“Since having my second baby my abs had pretty much logged off! I enjoy multi-training largely running, cycling and swimming and hope to return to triathlon competitions next year. I have never had a strong core as I found sit up’s and push up’s and all the other ‘standard’ exercises you are told to do incredibly boring, hardwork and for little results. The universe kindly bought me and Beth together, I am sure of it!

I can now finally feel my abs when I run and cycle and as a result I no longer feel completely written off in the afternoons to look after my two young boys. I feel less ‘pregnant’ looking after addressing my diastatis recti and feel lots more confident back in clingy clothes. I still have a way to go but I can safely say these are the best results I have ever had for my abs! 🙂 forever grateful thank you Beth “
Emily

Claire’s return to running

“After the birth of my first child I suffered from the effects of a bad tear made worse by returning to cycling. I started going to Beth’s classes whilst pregnant with my second and on the verge of surgery for double incontinence which was ruining my life. My daughter is now 9 months old and I’ve followed up the birthfit class with mumfit and then the postnatal running course. My physio can’t believe the difference and I no longer need the surgery! Beth has such expertise in getting your core and pelvic floor working together to enable you to function well: from picking up the car seat to doing my first ever 5k in under 29 minutes Beth’s classes have prepared and conditioned me! I’ve taken on lots of the exercises to do alongside my normal pelvic floor training so it’s also lessons for life which is so important for women! Definitely recommend it’s literally changed my life!”
Claire

Post Natal and prolapse recovery

“Beth is a fantastic coach, encouraging and very knowledgeable about all things women’s health which is so important for me as I was suffering with some prolapse symptoms… which I am happy to say have disappeared.

After the birth of my second baby, my body didn’t feel like mine and I was desperate to get back to some activities I was doing pre pregnancy. I decided this time round to do things properly, the Holistic Core restore Everywoman with Beth has been incredible. It was both gentle and challenging and allowed me to connect with my body, trust myself and gradually build some strength.

Following this programme I went on to do the Fit to run group programme, the weekly mobility sessions and running homework was a great way to return to running. Both Beth and the fellow group members were so encouraging and I am so pleased with the progress I have made.

Thank you Beth”

Michelle
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