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A weak and untrained pelvic floor can make itself felt in many ways, even at a young age. We’ve compiled the most important points for you here. REDUCED STABILITY Pain in the pelvic area Back pain Poor posture and posture-related problems Increased likelihood of injury during sport and activit INCONTINENCE AND BLADDER WEAKNESS Involuntary urine loss Involuntary stool loss and/or bloating Bladder weakness POOR BLOOD CIRCULATION Swelling – a loss of the pelvic floor’s muscle pumping function can lead to swelling or pelvic congestion.
Among other things, your pelvic floor is responsible for closing your orifices, thus ensuring continence (bowel/bladder). It is completely normal for the pelvic floor muscles to change during pregnancy. Your network of muscles and connective tissue fibres simply becomes looser, which in turn is important for the development of your baby in the womb. Women often struggle with incontinence after pregnancy, for instance. If the pelvic floor is very weak, there is also a risk of organ prolapse. Thus, it is very important after pregnancy that women get their pelvic floor “in shape” again and their core strong. This can…
PelviPower training is the quickest, easiest and most effective way to strengthen and train the pelvic floor muscles. If you enjoy exercise and would also like to incorporate pelvic floor training into your everyday life, you should read on here now. Here we describe the two most common pelvic floor exercises that you can do independently. You can incorporate these exercises into your training – at home or at the gym – as often as you like. It is important that you pay attention to correct breathing.This “mnemonic” is helpful in this caseI = Inhale and relaxE = Exhale and…
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