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The Core Confidence Network is your destination for health and wellness information for vagina owners (with a heavy emphasis on pelvic health because that is the source of our core confidence) through pregnancy, motherhood and menopause.

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Types of Pelvic Organ Prolapse and Solutions

Types of Pelvic Organ Prolapse and Solutions

Prolapse is the descent and eventual protrusion of an internal pelvic organ through the vagina or anus. Prolapse can occur in the bladder, uterus and rectum.

Do Kegels and pelvic floor exercises help with Incontinence?

Do Kegels and pelvic floor exercises help with Incontinence?

Incontinence in women is very common and Kegel exercises are often the initial recommendation but…

Personal Coaching for your Pelvic Health

Personal Coaching for your Pelvic Health

In many cities and communities, there are simply not enough clinicians who specialize in pelvic health and muscle training.

Rectocele Symptoms and Management

Rectocele Symptoms and Management

A rectocele is known as a type of pelvic organ prolapse. A rectocele may happen with other forms of pelvic organ prolapse.

Common questions about Stress Urinary Incontinence

Common questions about Stress Urinary Incontinence

If you're laughing, coughing, jumping, exercising or doing any sort of exertion where a little bit of urine leaks out, that is stress urinary incontinence.

Can I exercise with Incontinence?

Can I exercise with Incontinence?

The pelvic floor is responsible for your continence and plays a role in pelvic and spinal control and stability.

Oops, I think I sprung a leak!!

Oops, I think I sprung a leak!!

Many women jokingly comment “Oops! I just peed a little.” when something funny makes them laugh, but bladder leakage is no laughing matter!

Can you fix Bladder Prolapse without Surgery?

Can you fix Bladder Prolapse without Surgery?

The human body is amazing. It goes through many changes with aging, and hormone shifts. One of the common problems that women face is a prolapsed bladder.

Are you a health or fitness professional looking to learn more about the pelvic

Are you a health or fitness professional looking to learn more about the pelvic

Unfortunately, the pelvic floor gets little attention in general exercise science curriculums. The pelvic floor is the foundation of our core!

Things I Wish I Had Been Taught in Sex Ed

Things I Wish I Had Been Taught in Sex Ed

Imagine never feeling shame or judgment about your sexuality again. Trusting yourself to guide you towards healing and more pleasure than you thought possible!

Bowel Movements, Constipation & the Pelvic Floor

Bowel Movements, Constipation & the Pelvic Floor

The vagina and pelvic floor have numerous villains that conspire against its ideal function.

Hypopressives also called Low Pressure Fitness

Hypopressives also called Low Pressure Fitness

Hypopressive exercises are an ideal option for pelvic floor dysfunction associated with incontinence, prolapse, and sexual dysfunction.

Pelvic Floor Safe Ab Routine & Buff Muff Challenge

Pelvic Floor Safe Ab Routine & Buff Muff Challenge

Exercises with the Bender Ball to Strengthen Your Core. The pelvic floor plays an important role in our core control and stability.

The Pelvic Floor and Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

The Pelvic Floor and Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Your pelvic floor is a group of muscles that run from the pubic bone (pubic symphysis) to the tailbone and sitz bones.

Hip Sequence Moves for Better Pelvic Health

Hip Sequence Moves for Better Pelvic Health

These exercises are all done on the floor and also help for women experiencing Incontinence, Prolapse and Pelvic Pain.

Why train for birth? Birth Like A Boss

Why train for birth? Birth Like A Boss

Because labour is probably the most demanding event, you will ever do!

Release Tight Pelvic Floor Muscles for Pain Relief

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.

Menopause and Painful Sex don’t have to go together!

Menopause and Painful Sex don’t have to go together!

We can feel good and enjoy all stages of life without the stress of pain. Understanding the issues and solutions can bring back the pleasure we deserve.

Tight Hamstrings can Contribute to Incontinence & Prolapse

Tight Hamstrings can Contribute to Incontinence & Prolapse

Do you suffer from pelvic pain, diastases recti or pelvic organ prolapse? Tight hamstrings and hip flexors can cause pelvic floor pain and tension.

Menopause, Perimenopause, and Myths

Menopause, Perimenopause, and Myths

Menopause can be a confusing time for many of us. We want to be informed with the facts so life doesn’t have to be such a roller-coaster ride.

Return to Running Postpartum

Return to Running Postpartum

The pelvic floor needs to be retrained and research is pointing to the fact that we need more time than 6 weeks...

Pelvic Floor Safe Ab Exercises and Prolapse

Pelvic Floor Safe Ab Exercises and Prolapse

It is often difficult to know how to strengthen the core in a safe way when dealing with prolapse.

Kegels & Cocktails is over 50% sold out...get your tickets asap!

Kegels & Cocktails is over 50% sold out...get your tickets asap!

The event is June 22nd from 6pm to 9pm at Brix Studio in Gastown. It is World Continence Week and I know it is a busy week but carve out time for YOU!

June is Pelvic Organ Prolapse Awareness Month

June is Pelvic Organ Prolapse Awareness Month

50% of women will have signs or symptoms of Pelvic Organ Prolapse over their lifetime.

Pelvic Health 101

Pelvic Health 101

Learning about pelvic health should be easily accessible to everyone and tracking our progress is just as important.

Understanding Diastasis Recti

Understanding Diastasis Recti

I recall when I was first pregnant; I bought The Pregnancy Bible and read it diligently every day to see what was happening to me and my babe….

Become a Core Confidence Specialist!

Become a Core Confidence Specialist!

Learn how to train women safely and effectively through all life's stages with advanced knowledge of the core and pelvic floor.

Water Exercises and their benefits during Pregnancy

Water Exercises and their benefits during Pregnancy

As a low-impact therapy, aquatic exercise is ideal for pregnancy pain relief. Increased buoyancy, greater flexibility and less risk of falls are also benefits.

Nutrition and how it relates to hormonal function

Nutrition and how it relates to hormonal function

Hormones are referred to as the body’s chemical messengers. There are around 200 different hormones in the human body.

Kegels & Cocktails LIVE Event

Kegels & Cocktails LIVE Event

Join Kim Vopni, The Vagina Coach, and her trusted speakers for a fun and informative night out!

Hypopressive low-pressure Fitness

Hypopressive low-pressure Fitness

The technique was developed in Spain and is a training system that combines low-pressure postures, breath training, myofascial stretching and neurodynamics.

Regain your Confidence with Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy

Regain your Confidence with Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy

Pelvic floor physiotherapy can help with challenges like incontinence and organ prolapse and regain a sense of control and confidence in your life.

FREE WEBINAR - 6 Essential Steps to Ensure a Successful Pelvic Surgery

FREE WEBINAR - 6 Essential Steps to Ensure a Successful Pelvic Surgery

Are you struggling with pelvic floor symptoms consuming your thoughts and interfering with your quality of life? Are you considering surgery as an option?

Life Stages and a Woman's Health & Wellbeing

Life Stages and a Woman's Health & Wellbeing

As our bodies change over time, our health needs change too. We will discuss the different stages with information to support wherever you are on your path.

Why I Love Midwives

Why I Love Midwives

I believe midwives play a huge role in protecting the perineum which in my world is huge in terms of preventing some aspects of pelvic floor dysfunction.

Hydrating for a Healthy Pelvic Floor

Hydrating for a Healthy Pelvic Floor

Do you decrease your water intake to avoid having to go to the bathroom throughout the day?

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