Programmes for Pelvic Organ Prolapse
Do you want to exercise without worrying about making your prolapse worse?
Your active life is so important to you but you’re being held back by something that feels out of your control. Pelvic organ prolapse is ruling your life and how you live it. You’re doing all the right things; there’s a tick in the box for pelvic floor exercises and if anyone wants to know anything about prolapse, you’re a font of knowledge.
You’ve checked out loads of programmes and you might even have tried to have pieced together your own. But you don’t feel 100% sure that what you’re currently doing is going to get you to where you want to be.
You could settle for what’s on the “prolapse safe” exercise lists but deep down, you know there is more to life than this.
You want that buzz of exercise; the sweat and the flushed cheeks and surge of energy without an influx of symptoms afterward.
You want to walk into the weights area of your gym and feel the barbell in your hands again without the niggling voice saying “you’re not allowed”
You want to run around after your kids and play endless silly games without worrying about your pelvic floor
These are the reasons why I created The Positive POP Framework which combines personal coaching with progressive exercise, so you can exercise without fear or lots of rules.
Here are the different ways we can work together:
Positive POP (pelvic organ prolapse) 1:1 coaching sessions
Face to face or Zoom sessions to help build serious strength and confidence so you can get back to the exercise you love and keep progressing even after we’ve finished.
Perfect if you love working 1:1 and you’re after a super tailored approach.
£250 per month for 4 months
or £500 x 2 payments
Positive POP (pelvic organ prolapse) 90 minute strategy session
This is perfect if you’ve been discharged from physio or completed a rehab programme but you’re wondering “what on earth do I do now?”
In this 90 minute session we create a roadmap and look at strategies to support your return to doing more.
£145 for 90 minute session, video follow up and a month of support
Personalised Online Programme
This online programme for pelvic organ prolapse combines 2 x Zoom sessions and then 3 months of personalised video workouts.
Perfect if you like a 1:1 approach but want the freedom to choose when you do your workouts.
Includes messaging and coaching support in my coaching app.
£180 per month for 4 months
What my clients say about Positive POP
“When diagnosed with a prolapse I was given a list of things I can’t do unless I will make it worse. I took this list quite literally but found over time I was just getting unfit, putting on weight and developed a fear of exercise. I was so worried I would make my prolapse worse that I wasn’t doing anything.
Beth has been empathetic, encouraging and empowering. She helped me work out what my fears were and then unpick them. We then started to look at what exercise I can do and do easily. How to know when an exercise doesn’t suit me and what to do instead. I have recently started my first mainstream exercise class in years and feel positive I will now move forward in my fitness journey”
“When I started working with Beth I was constantly thinking about my pelvic floor and felt like I had tried everything to make me feel better so working with Beth was my last chance to get better.
The biggest changes I have noticed are; able to lift weights at the gym, acceptance, of where I am and how I can move forward in my life without pelvic floor dominating my life.
I now feel like I can workout how I want to which is great for my physical and mental health”
“With Beth’s encouragement and education, I have greatly improved symptoms of my prolapse. I’m back in the gym and my workouts look more like they did “pre-prolapse”.
It has taken time and patience but has restored confidence in my body which no longer feels broken”
“From my first session with Beth, I knew this was going to be different! I love that Beth didn’t just talk about prolapse and the pelvic floor. We worked on what I can do in the gym and I now carry with me lots of strategies for my weight lifting workouts”