While we strongly disagree about number 5 - as all those things can be done well as long as you understanding how to do them with support - the rest all spot on! 9 Bladder & Pelvic Floor Mistakes You Might Make Daily
How to Restore your Pelvic Floor. Great post for those after birth, in the postnatal period. Strengthening exercises for those experiencing dysfunction, incontinence around menopause. Kegels for weak pelvic floor muscles. Stretches to release a hypertonic
ALTERNATIVE TO KEGEL EXERCISE: Circle Lie on your back with your feet hip-width apart and your arms straight and resting on the floor by your side. Raise your hips off the floor, keeping your shoulders broad and on the ground to form bridge pose.