Release Tight Pelvic Floor Muscles for Pain Relief
Hypertonic muscles or a non-relaxing pelvic floor can be a major contributor to pelvic pain and discomfort such as tailbone pain or SI Joint pain.
Also known as Pelvic girdle pain, the term is used for many pain conditions. It could be pubic joint pain, tailbone pain, hip pain, pain with intercourse, pain in the vulva, pain at the entrance to the vagina, perineal pain, even anal or rectal pain.
A healthy body will tighten and relax the pelvic floor muscles in order to urinate or have a bowel movement. When you suffer from pelvic floor dysfunction, your body keeps tightening these muscles, and the tension may create problems such as incontinence or a proper bowel movement. (Fecal or Anal Incontinence)
Releasing tension is always my recommendation for a starting point along with seeing a pelvic floor physiotherapist.
Exercises For Pelvic Pain
How to Release Tight Pelvic Floor Muscles for Pain Relief
In this video I will use my skeleton pants to illustrate some movement strategies to help relieve pelvic pain, tight pelvic floor muscles, tight hips, and inner thighs too! These exercises can be done in pregnancy too to help prepare the pelvic floor for birth.
Exercises for Pelvic Pain
Pain can have many contributing factors such as pregnancy, birth, surgery, falls, accidents, trauma, overactivity in the muscles, and even hormones. As we enter perimenopause our estrogen declines and this may cause vaginal pain or pain during sex.
Pelvic girdle pain is often closely associated with low back pain, and low back pain is strongly correlated with pelvic floor dysfunction.
My Kegel Mojo - Release Program includes education and exercise and the hypopressive method to help down train an overactive system. It is a complete online program designed specifically for pelvic pain, hypertonic pelvic floor muscles and even those with low back pain, tailbone pain or SI Joint pain. You can access it whenever you want, wherever you want now and forever!
Kegel Mojo – Release Program will help you work on reducing or managing your pelvic pain so you can enjoy life to the fullest!
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