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What The F*t?!
Dr. Mary Grimberg - Pelvic Floor PT, ResilientRX

What The F*t?!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 57:44


My guest today is passionate about helping people who struggle with pelvic floor dysfunction to reach outcomes they didn't know were possible. She uses a holistic approach in her practice to address the injury itself and why it happened to prevent reoccurrence. She's a Physical Therapist and owner of ResilientRX, based in Austin, TX, here today to talk all about the pelvic floor. Please welcome, Dr. Mary Grimberg! https://resilient-rx.com/

MotherLoad Podcast
Mini Episode: Demystifying Pelvic Floor Therapy for Mothers

MotherLoad Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 16:37


Teaching yoga and being in this motherhood space, I hear a lot of talk about pelvic floor therapy.Initially I was resistant to this therapy because I'd always heard it was for women who had vaginal births. For both my sons, I had C-sections. But a lot of pelvic floor dysfunction – especially for mothers – is not related directly to birth. Much of it derives from a weak core and weak glutes, which could be there before you even become pregnant! Pregnancy hormones and the weight we carry while pregnant compounds any dysfunction that may have been there to begin with.I only recently started pelvic floor therapy and in only four sessions, it's already made a REVOLUTIONARY difference in my body. I thought I knew a lot about the pelvic floor because I'd taught yoga for so long, but turns out, there was a LOT I was unaware of. Today my goal is to demystify pelvic floor therapy, sharing my experience and what I've learned, so that other women might feel better about trying it themselves.Resources & LinksDid this episode resonate with you? Share your takeaways with Lindsay directly at hello@lindsayroselle.com. Learn more about Lindsay's coaching and consulting services at https://www.lindsayroselle.com or follow along on Instagram at @lindsayroselle and @motherload.pod.

To Hump A Pillow with Ellen Melon
#61. What does sex & relationship coaching look like - with former client Addison

To Hump A Pillow with Ellen Melon

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 69:19


In this episode we get to hear from a former client on his experience working with a sex and relationship coach. Addison and I worked for 4 months together back in January, meeting every 2 weeks via Zoom. Listen to the challenges he overcame in this episode.  I'm a coach who specializes in working with people pleasers, codependents, and people with anxious-attachement styles.  If you are someone who identifies with those labels, some challenges you might be having are… Being angry and blamey — sick of playing the victim and ready to stop being so judgemental all the time Tired of seeking external validation, or tired of being a person who gets into relationships and says, “okay how can I mold myself so this person likes me” Fixated on every little thing — your perfectionism gets in the way of you living life because you're so busy hustling for worthiness and what you produce How much control you need to have on everything, all the time and it's ruining your life and relationships Tired of leaning on coping mechanisms- ways in which you numb out, like emotional eating, netflix bingeing, shopping, drugs and alcohol Tired of the harsh and critical voice inside your head that's hating on you all the time If this sounds like you, it's time to remember your worth. It's time to cultivate happiness, authenticity, and self compassion, because my dear you have been performing what you think everyone else wants you to be and have lost your truest self and desires. Let's call your authentic self back shall we? For more info on the Remember Your Worth coaching program: https://www.ellenmelon.com/intimacy-coaching   ____________________ Coach Ellen Melon links: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ellenmelonshow/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ellenmelonshow Website: https://www.ellenmelon.com ____________________

CC's Rehabilitation World (CC的復健天地)
EP 54 [CC的分享]:初階骨盆底肌復健課程 Sharing of Level 1 Pelvic Floor Course

CC's Rehabilitation World (CC的復健天地)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 11:19


九月中CC參加了一個由Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute 所主辦的初階骨盆底肌課程。對於骨盆底肌的復健治療,台灣的相關經驗很少。來聽聽CC的課程分享吧!

The Hormone P.U.Z.Z.L.E Podcast
The Pelvic Floor and How to Optimize It with Kim Vopni

The Hormone P.U.Z.Z.L.E Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 44:48


In episode #192 of The Hormone P.U.Z.Z.L.E Podcast, our guest Kim Vopni talks about The Pelvic Floor and How to Optimize It. More about Kim Vopni: Kim Vopni is a self-professed kegel maven and is known as The Vagina Coach.  She is a certified fitness professional who became passionate about spreading information on pelvic health after the birth of her first child.  She is an author, a passionate speaker, and a women's health educator.  Her most recent book Your Pelvic Floor launched in March 2020 and was on the bestseller list since pre-orders launched in January. Kim is the founder of Pelvienne Wellness Inc - a company offering pelvic health programs products and coaching for women in pregnancy, motherhood and menopause.  Kim also certifies other fitness and movement professionals to work with women with core and pelvic floor challenges through her Core Confidence Specialist Certification and Pre/Postnatal Fitness Specialist Certification.  Thank you for listening! Follow Kim on Instagram: @vaginacoach Follow Coach Kela on Instagram: @kela_healthcoach Get your FREE Fertility Meal Plan: https://coachkela.com/ For sponsorship opportunities, email HPS Media at podcast@coachkela.com.

The Language of Creativity Podcast
A Literal Pain in the Ass - Elizabeth Makous (Pelvic-Floor Physical Therapist) Ep26

The Language of Creativity Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 78:58


“You have pain where?!” People have often asked why a healthy person like me would need physical therapy. They are quite surprised to learn about pelvic-floor therapy… and it's not long before I hear “I have pain there too.” What was once a specialty that not even many obstetricians or urologists knew about, Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy is now a rapidly growing field with an outsized demand for new therapists. Treating conditions like urinary and fecal urgency, incontinence, prolapse, nerve entrapment, surgical scarring, pre and postpartum issues, visceral restrictions and sexual dysfunction, it's not hard to see why. When Elizabeth Makous became a physical therapist over 30 years ago there were only a couple of classes teaching pelvic floor therapy. When seeing a patient complaining of vaginal pain “deep inside” she donned a pair of gloves and began treating patients internally.  Elizabeth has continued to innovate new treatments in the field applying her unique kind of creativity to the world of medicine. After the home birth of her son she figured out a way to treat her own bathroom issues without surgery. She's developed protocols for successfully treating issues previously thought untreatable (even with surgery). She even approached a company called TheraWand to ask if she could make improvements to an existing vaginal wand product to more efficiently treat the pelvic floor rectally. After spending a year with a heat lamp sculpting plastic into the curves she felt would be more safe and effective… she'd created a brand new trigger wand that can be used to treat both men and women. Maybe it was the way she was raised… spending time in the clinic with her father, a doctor, and her mother, a nurse. Her grandfather was also a doctor in this small-town community who treated blacks for free during the segregation era in the South. Their passion spilled over in such a way that when meeting a patient with a need, Elizabeth says “there is a gift inside me that just looks for a way to treat it.” In this episode we talk about the importance of being your own medical advocate, how sitting for a living can be an occupational hazard, treating patients with lymphedema, pain management (without opioids), and how Covid restrictions didn't stop humans from needing touch. We also speak about being a highly-sensitive (HSP), the need for major reform in the emergency mental healthcare system, and how Elizabeth leans on her Catholic Chrisitan faith (for example: she took two medical mission-trips to Kenya in 2019 and 2021 helping to empower African men and women to alleviate pelvic pain and to treat female victims of female genital mutilation). Finally, chronic pain if left untreated can leave people feeling very desperate… and it doesn't have to be that way! Guest: Elizabeth Mackous, MSPT, CLT, PRPC, CES “The Pelvic Whisperer” Website: https://www.pelvicwhisperer.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/PelvicWhisperer Instagram: @pelvicwhisperer The Makous Protocol practitioner and patient classes  (Teachable) Information for cancer patients and to find a therapist Academy of Oncologic Physical Therapy Episode References: Henry Mayo Hospital Outpatient Therapy Center Valencia, California Debbie Evans (Steve's mom) Dr. David Wise (pelvicpainhelp.com) A Headache in the Pelvis (GoodReads) “Pelvic floor massage for Prostatitis and CPPS with a TheraWand” (The Pelvic Pain Clinic)  Currently available TheraWand products (some products have become unavailable) My Pelvic Floor Muscle | Elizabeth's class on “An Innovative Way To Use Electrical Stimulation For Severe Pelvic Floor Dysfunction U.S. Olympic Team Sexual Abuse lawsuit (The Denver Post) Neptune Beach, Florida (Wikipedia) Elaine Aron: The Highly Sensitive Person Steven Bau: BLDRS Collective Mycelial Networks: The National Forest Foundation Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine Center (Dr. Wu) 750 N Hill St J, Los Angeles, CA 90012 (213) 680-8782 The Body Keeps the Score by Bessel van der Kolk (GoodReads) Somatic Experiencing International (traumahealing.org / IG: @somaticexperiencingint) Matthew Sanford interview “The Body's Grace”: On Being Dr. Andrew Goldstein: Sexual Medicine Courses for Pelvic Health Practitioners   Language of Creativity's host Steven Leavitt enjoys discussing the ins and outs of all aspects of creating, creativity, and life with his fellow creators, artists, inventors, designers, and producers. Along the way, he gains perspective and multiplies his understanding of our universal potential for creating, living, and learning, Host: Steven Leavitt Site: https://www.icreatesound.com/ Portfolio: http://stevenleavitt.com/   Intro Music: CHEF (music.joshgeenen.com) Midroll piano score: Steven Leavitt Outro music: “Nothing Wrong” by Lobate Scarp   Please review this podcast on Google Play, iTunes, and Stitcher and help other creatives find their tribe! Website: https://thelanguageofcreativity.com/ Facebook Group: The Language of Creativity Discussion Group - Facebook Tags: lymphedema, hiring, stunt people, pelvic floor therapy, injury, stunt-people, orthopedic, recovery, soft-tissue, connective tissue, compression therapy, fracture, preventing blood-clots, circulation, preventing infection, healing, vagina, rectum, testicle, testicular surgery, adema, doctors, nurses, embarrassment, The Stanford Protocol, enlarged prostate, men, women, pain, discomfort, relief, urologist, insurance, wellbeing, release, ischial tuberosity, abdominal tension, blocked, knotted, massage, nerves, surgery, hospital, pandemic, Los Angeles, Santa Clarita, commuters, drive to work, sitting jobs, computer work, gaming, workout culture, lifting, pudendal nerves, spasm, muscles, making people feel at-ease, pelvis, gut, nerves, abdominal pain, GERD, diverticulitis, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, hernia, crazy, intuition, fascia, varicocele, vasectomy, nerve entrapment, nerve pathway, ilioinguinal genitofemoral nerve, interconnected, suffering, confusion, radiating pain, driving, audio, editing, movies, sitting, long workdays, tension, chronic pain, long hours, paper-work, desk jobs, ergonomics, standing desks, chairs, back, tension, Googleing, classes, anal release trigger wand, LA, video games, tendons, lumbar spine, hydrocele, Africa, Kenya, creativity, purpose, self-educate, autodidact, gifts, talents, coccyx, tailbone, piriformis, sciatic nerve, internal electrical stim protocol, urinary and bowel incontinence, overactive bladder, medication, accurate diagnosis, healthy, nerve damage, cancer, childbirth, pregnancy, baby, c-section, scars, c section scars, prostate surgery, abdomen, viscera, stomach, release, releasing, embarrasment, diaper, high impact, scar tissue, dead muscle, prolapse, homebirth, son, daughter, pinched, leaking, probe, doctor, kinesthetic learning, professional, teaching, nurse, patient, medical problems, faith, bravery, confidence, Catholicism, Christian, Jesus, service, live your faith, heritage, heal the sick, ministry, sexual abuse, victims, ritual abuse, fracture, bone, PT, stretching, kegels, wrong information, jaw, evaluate, House M.D., nerve pain, surgery, oxycontin, nerve blocks, opioids, opioid epidemic, narcotic, drugs, constipation, constitution, visceral, pain, inflammation, dad-bod, gamer body, severe injuries, adrenaline junkie, broken foot, manual therapy, sensitivity, pee, nervous system, jacked up, ramped up, Princess and the Pea, chronic pain, special sock, socks, fibromyalgia, lipedema, fat cells, massage, touch, big hips, hypermobility, CPS, chronic pain syndrome, hyperactive, downregulate, clinicians, highly sensitive person, HSP, psychologist, The Princess and The Pea, not a disorder, emotional, spiritually sensitive, emotionally sensitive, sensitivity, hear, listen, open, ramped up, spiritual experiences, imagination, electromagnetically sensitive, electromagnet, MRI, depression, lack of exercise, hurts to exercise, neuroplasticity, amblyopia, science, sexual dysfunctions, innnovation, fascia, mycelial networks, soil, permaculture, fungus, soil nerve network, design-scientist, release scar tissue, abdominal surgery, pelvic surgery, visceral work, CT scan, underdiagnosed, be your own advocate,  patient advocacy, episodes, Chinese Medicine, iridology, gastroenterologist, GI, ultrasound, gallstones, cholecystectomy, hopelessness, childbirth pain, suicide stigma, suffering, psych ward, jail, disabled, disability, mental illness, multiple personalities, multiple personality disorder, dissociative identity disorder, psychology, feelings, treatment, psychologist, dissociation, trauma, abuse victim, touch, rape, touch triggers, somatic experiencing, paraplegic, yoga, car accident, release, cry, safe healing touch, trust, cross-body communication, EMDR, pain management, Dr. Goldstein in New York, vulvar dermatology, continuing education, grandbabies, adult children, fitness center, COVID, high-strung, give love, give help, holistic medicine, autoimmune disease, Vitamin D, obese, dark skin, body, bodies, miracle, artists, sitting professions, energy, COVID safe, health

Find Your Fierce With Nikki Ellis
Inspirational story (Kirby Birch-Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy)

Find Your Fierce With Nikki Ellis

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 35:02 Transcription Available


I'm excited to introduce you to the wonderfully talented and incredibly intelligent Kirby Birch. Kirby completed her Bachelor of Health Science and Masters of Physiotherapy Practice at Latrobe University and holds a keen interest in Pre and Post Natal Physiotherapy. Kirby loves helping empower all women to be a stronger and healthier version of themselves and completed a Post Graduate Certificate in Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy after realizing it was difficult to find the right advice in this area. Kirby spreads joy wherever she goes. and is passionate about working with all clients to help them understand their pain and work towards their health goals, no matter how big or small....Sound familiar!! Learn with me as I chat to Kirby Birch NikXxSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

FemTech Focus
Cosm Medical is revolutionizing the vaginal pessary - Episode 182

FemTech Focus

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 41:50


Derek Sham is an engineer turned general manager with successful PE-backed exit in 2016 of a urology diagnostic company- launched 8+ medical devices in urology, gynecology, gastroenterology and cardiology. Inspired to launch Cosm by a health episode with his grandmother. Cosm Medical is creating Personal Pelvic Health – a digital gynecology platform to personalize care for women affected by pelvic floor disorders such as pelvic organ prolapse and incontinence. Using emergent ultrasound, artificial intelligence and 3D printing, Gynethotics will personalize pelvic health devices so more women can live and age with dignity and grace.https://www.linkedin.com/in/derek-sham-87b1b114/www.cosm.care Podcast Link: https://link.chtbl.com/FemTechFocusSocial HandlesLinkedin: @FemTech Focus @Brittany BarretoTwitter: @Femtech_Focus @DrBrittBInstagram: @FemTechFocus @DrBrittanyBarretoFacebook: @FemTech Focus @Dr. Brittany BarretoFemTech Focus Bio:FemTech Focus is a 501c3 non-profit organization founded to bring awareness externally and internally for the FemTech industry and to empower the key stakeholders including entrepreneurs, investors, physicians, governments, and biopharma with resources and research to elevate women's health and wellness globally. Subscribe and Donate: www.femtechfocus.orgFemTech Focus Podcast Description:The FemTech Focus Podcast with Dr. Brittany Barreto is a meaningfully provocative conversational series that brings women's health experts - including doctors, scientists, inventors, and founders - on air to talk about the innovative technology, services, and products that are improving women, female, and girl's health and wellness, collectively known as FemTech. The podcast gives the host, Dr. Brittany Barreto, and guests an engaging, friendly environment to learn about the past, present, and future of women's health and wellness. 

Sexual Kung Fu with Johnathan White
How to Charge the Body with Sexual Energy

Sexual Kung Fu with Johnathan White

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 9:55


This episode teaches you how to charge the body with sexual energy. By circulating your sexual energy through the body, you can achieve states of high energy and full body orgasm. This is a simple practice anyone can use to enhance creativity, feel a 'natural high,' and improve bodily functions. If you prefer, here is a video version of the same practice: https://youtu.be/_q92XPDzFaI – – – – FREE PROGRAMS – – – –

#PTonICE Daily Show
Episode 1307 - Resistance training for the pelvic floor

#PTonICE Daily Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 12:31


Dr. Alexis Morgan // #PPPonICE // www.ptonice.com

Sexual Kung Fu with Johnathan White
Sexual Healing-Audience Q&A with Johnathan White

Sexual Kung Fu with Johnathan White

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 67:33


Have a question you need answered? Join me live on YouTube and Instagram, Fridays at 4pm EDT for my live Q&A's – – – – FREE PROGRAMS – – – –

Movement Logic: Strong Opinions, Loosely Held
Episode 16: Training the Non-Traditional Athlete with Rosalyn Mayse, AKA Roz the Diva

Movement Logic: Strong Opinions, Loosely Held

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 58:19


Welcome to Episode 16 of the Movement Logic podcast! In this episode, Laurel is joined by multidisciplinary movement teacher, Rosalyn Mayse aka Roz the Diva. Laurel talks with Roz about how she went from always being picked last in gym class to building a successful career as both a personal triner and a pole dance instructor, and the often exclusionary industries both pole dancing and strength training occupy. Throughout, Roz shares stories of how she built a successful career (in her words) as a, “dark skin, semi-bald, overweight, outspoken woman running around NYC half naked.” Roz shares her humor and wisdom around what inclusivity actually looks like, as someone who understands firsthand what it feels like to be excluded.Here's more of what Roz and Laurel discussed:The different yet complementary fitness cultures of pole-dancing and strength-trainingThe positive impression it made on Roz when she got to see female athletes that looked like herThe benefits of an artistic focus in a movement practice How pole dancing helped Roz overcome guilt and shame about her body and exercise agency, self-exploration, and self-expressionThe fact that people in bigger bodies have to be stronger to overcome more body weight than slender peopleHow Roz defines the term athlete. Spoiler: more broadly than the mainstreamHow Roz connects with clients who are skeptical about exercise after negative mainstream exercise experiencesWhat the general public thinks pole-dancing and strength training are vs reality Reference links:Dangerous Curves New York Times Documentary about RozRoz's websiteSign up here for the Movement Logic Newsletter for course discounts and sales and receive a free mini Pelvic Floor course! Watch the video of this conversation at: www.movementlogictutorials.com/podcast

Embrace. Live. Thrive.
Episode #89 5 Myths & 5 Tips for the Pelvic Floor

Embrace. Live. Thrive.

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 38:30


Today, I had the opportunity to talk with my friend Veronica Lane, founder of WellBodyPT2. She is a Physical Therapist who specialize in pelvic floor therapy. Yep, that's a real thing and is helping so many people. Pelvic floor imbalances are one of the most common struggles that includes leaking urine, painful intercourse, urinary urgency/frequency. We get told that if we struggle with any of these after giving birth that it will just "get better", or we just assume that is what happens after having a baby and I am just stuck. I am here to tell you there is hope for healing! Veronica teaches all about the pelvic floor by giving us the tops 5 myths and top 5 tips to support our pelvic floor. She is passionate about educating people of the importance of deep diaphragmatic breathing, the proper way to pee and poop, and so much more. Veronica is an absolute delight and I hope you enjoy this conversation. I hope that it leaves you feeling empowered in your health and realize there are options if these are things you have been struggling how to handle. Please look up Veronica on her social and share this episode with all of your friends with a pelvic floor. P.S. that is literally everyone you know. Like, share, and help continue to spread awareness and encouragement for those mommas out there that are struggling. Ways to Find Veronica: Website: Pelvic Floor Therapy - WellBodyPT2 - Personal TrainingFB: (5) well body pt2 - Search Results | FacebookInstagram: Well Body PT2 (@wellbodypt2) • Instagram photos and videosEmbrace. Live. Thrive.:Website: Embrace, Live, Thrive! (embracelivethrive.com)FB: (1) Embrace, Live, Thrive | FacebookInstagram: Sarah Meyer (@embrace.live.thrive) • Instagram photos and videos

Armed to the Heart
Episode 4 — Postpartum Recovery Timeline and How to Heal, Restore your Core & Pelvic Floor, Get Back to Exercise, & Rebuild Strength & Fitness after Giving Birth, for Military Women & Beyond (Part 2)

Armed to the Heart

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 28:38


In this Part 2 of the Postpartum Fitness series, I cover the rest of the recommended postpartum fitness timeline for what to expect & how to optimize your recovery, and how to navigate common roadblocks or feelings of discouragement or internal pressures to bounce back. If you want to confidently return to running, lifting or CrossFit, training for the military fitness test, rucking, other tactical demands, or physically & mentally build up to performance & competitions like marathons or Ironmans, to know how & when to push yourself to get stronger postpartum, & to also be encouraged to give yourself more grace as you're adjusting to this new season of fitness & motherhood, this episode is for you. I give 4 tips for what to do if you're dealing with symptoms like leaking pee when running, jumping or lifting, or complications like a feeling of heaviness in your pelvic floor during exercise. It's not easy getting back to where we want to be Postpartum. But I believe our Athleticism, our fitness, our potential…doesn't have to end when motherhood begins. You deserve to get back to whatever you enjoy, or need to do, WITHOUT frustrating symptoms mama! We can do this together.   Free Postpartum Fitness Guide: How to Return to Fitness Postpartum for Military Mamas + Beyond BOOK A 1:1 COACHING CALL  Strong + Resilient Postpartum Fitness Program (18 week+ Plan for Busy, Active Mamas in the military + beyond who want to get stronger, heal their core + pelvic floor + regain confidence in their bodies again after giving birth) Free Pregnancy Exercise Guide: How to Safely Exercise + Maintain Fitness Through Pregnancy   OTHER RESOURCES: Overcome the Overwhelm (FREE guide to help you balance work + mom life with less guilt + more peace, with God at the center) Renew Group Coaching Program + Community (my signature coaching experience for women who want to balance family + career with Christ at the center, pursue integrated health & be supported by a likeminded community of women)   BOOK A DISCOVERY CALL OR CONNECT: Instagram @armedtotheheart armedtotheheart@gmail.com

Low-Carb Conversations
The link between your Pelvic Floor and your Digestion with Lisa Fitzpatrick

Low-Carb Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 37:40


Welcome to Real Health Conversations with Leah Williamson and Holly Jean Mullen, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.   This week on the Real Health Conversations Podcast Leah chats with guest Lisa Fitzpatrick from Sacred Women's Business. Lisa is a Physiotherapist with over 30 years of experience with a focus on women's pelvic floor health. Holistic wellness, yoga, mindfulness meditation, women's empowerment and women's health all underpin her work. In this episode you'll hear about why the pelvic floor is so important and a crucial link in many health complaints. In particular Lisa shares how your gut health, gut and vaginal microbiomes and in particular constipation can all contribute to pelvic floor health. Leah and Lisa look at an article on whether $4000 shoes can help your pelvic floor and Lisa shares another option for optimal pelvic floor health and it costs nothing! Tune in to find out what it could be. Articles: Your Pelvic Floor Can Be a Secret Weapon Against Constipation—Here's Why Wobbly shoes to stop endless dashes for loo Resource: Lisa's Wonderful Course Offerings We appreciate you, our listeners, and your support of the podcast allows us to reach more listeners, book amazing guests, and spread the messages of honest nutrition, health, and wellness. Thank you so much! TRY the Nutritional Therapy 101 FREE 7 Day course and get a taste of what you can learn! Listen or subscribe with Siri or Alexa. Real Health Conversations Production by Kevin Kennedy-Spaien of Disc Of Light Media. Theme and interstitial music: Out of It (Rambling Man Remixes) by Andrew Bowden (c) copyright 2011 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial  (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/andrewbowden/33629 Ft: Brad Sucks

BRAVE NEW YOU TRIBE
Putting the Va Va Vroom back into your v@ginal health with Kim Vopni

BRAVE NEW YOU TRIBE

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 38:07


This week's guest is Kim Vopni, vagina coach, pelvic floor specialist and author of Your Pelvic Floor, a practical guide to solving your most intimate problems. She believes it's time for pelvic health to be discussed & offered to all vagina owners & that it's time to break through taboos & redefine how we think about women's health.It took her awhile to figure out what she wanted to do...and then once she was in her career, she was laid off after 9 years.  Thankfully she had started a little side gig that has been her main thing for over 13 years now. Her 40's were a challenge...  perimenopause!  She had never heard of perimenopause at the time and was lost.  She herself had Rectocele & Uterine Prolapse. Having always been a healthy thriving person, to be sidelined by crazy symptoms was frustrating.  Ultimately it led her to great opportunities to learn, improve her own health and be able to help others. She was already living her purpose but it added fuel to her fire surrounding the lack of awareness and education on women's health. She offers online programs and coaching to help women prevent and overcome pelvic floor challenges.  There is so much suffering associated with pelvic health and so many people living less than their best life.  She is not interested in suffering and wants to ensure others know they don't have to. She believes courage is standing up for your beliefs knowing you may be met with resistance but doing it anyway. Thanks Kim for opening up the dialogue for vaginal health and making it normal to talk about so that we can get help to address any issues we have.Thank you also for showing us how not to give up on our vagina's when they have seemingly given up on us. You can find out more about Kim's work on https://www.vaginacoach.com/about and follow her on Instagram @vaginacoachJoin Lou on LinkedinFollow her @brave_newgirl on Instagram and get her books Brave New Girl- How to be Fearless, FEAR LESS and her Internationally Bestselling book DARE TO SHARE on Amazon or Waterstones or Barnes & Noble. UK & US versions available.Lou is the founder of Brave New Girl Media putting your story in the spotlight, showcasing your vision on video and supercharging your impact on global podcasts  https://bravenewgirlmedia.comMusic by Melody LoopsSupport the show

The Hormone Genius Podcast
S3 Ep. 4: Exploring Pelvic Floor Therapy with Kayla Ives PT

The Hormone Genius Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 30:41


Welcome Kayla Ives to the Hormone Genius Podcast! Kayla is a pelvic floor physical therapist and owner of the Pelvicphysio in Omaha. She moved to Omaha from Colorado because of the Air Force about 5 years ago and has since decided to stay, which ultimately allowed her to open the clinic in early 2021. “I have specialized in pelvic floor physical therapy my whole career and am so grateful to have been able to care for many women, men and children with pelvic floor-related dysfunction!” Kayla, will explain what Pelvic Floor Therapy is, give us an overview of what reasons a woman would need a pelvic floor PT, and so much more information that could help change your life! Check her out at https://thepelvicphysioomaha.com/ and on instagram @thepelvicphysioomaha. Jamie and Teresa learned so much great information about mind/body connection to the pelvic floor, and steps that we can all take to take care of our pelvic floor health! Opinions, statements, and beliefs of our interviewees are not necessarily a reflection of the HG podcast's beliefs and opinions as a whole. Medical disclaimer: The information presented in The Hormone Genius Podcast is for informational purposes only and is not intended to be a substitute for actual medical or mental health advice from a doctor, psychologist, or any other medical or mental health professional.

Sexual Kung Fu with Johnathan White
Why Am I Losing My Erection During Sex? Common Causes Of Weak Erections

Sexual Kung Fu with Johnathan White

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 9:48


Are you losing your erection during sex? Weak erections are not uncommon for men, but fortunately there is something you can do about it. There are many factors that affect a man's erection quality - from hormones to stress levels, and when taking all of these factors into account, all men can balance their body and mind to experience rock-hard erections. – – – – FREE PROGRAMS – – – –

The Revitalize Woman Podcast
Have You Been Avoiding Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy?

The Revitalize Woman Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 16:43


Introduction: It is so common to put off getting help for an injury in hopes that it will just get better on its own. Then you add in the sensitive nature of pelvic floor injuries and avoiding pelvic floor physical therapy is even more common. In this episode, I will give you some backstory about the process of becoming a pelvic floor physical therapist to show you that we have been in your shoes and understand what it is like as a patient. Then we talk about the 3 reasons you should stop avoiding pelvic floor physical therapy and seek out help sooner rather than later.   Show Notes: [0:00 - 1:25] Introduction [1:26 - 2:25] Women's Wellness: Better Pelvic Health Event Promo [2:26 - 4:37] The Importance of Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy [4:38 - 8:25] What it Takes to Become a Pelvic Floor Specialized PT (Brenda's Story) [8:26 - 12:00] We Understand What You're Going Through [12:01 - 16:44] Why You Should Stop Avoiding Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy!   Subscribe and Review in Apple Podcasts Have you subscribed to our podcast? If you haven't, I want to encourage you to do that today. I wouldn't want you to miss an episode. Plus, we often add bonus episodes. And there's a good chance you'll miss out on those if you're not subscribed!  Click here to subscribe to Apple Podcasts. Now, if you're enjoying the episodes, I'd be really grateful if you left me a review also. Reviews can help other people find my podcast so they can benefit from the information, too. Plus, who doesn't like to hear nice things about their work?!? Just click here to review, select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review". Let me know what you've enjoyed the most. Thank you so much! Resources: Revitalize Events Page: https://revitalize-pt.com/events/ Instagram for Revitalize Physical Therapy: https://www.instagram.com/revitalizept/ Facebook for Revitalize Physical Therapy: https://www.facebook.com/fitandtonedwi Website for Revitalize Physical Therapy: https://revitalize-pt.com/ Schedule your Consultation here: www.revitalize-pt.com/initial-consultation

Freedom Talks
Cherie Katt & Nina Olson - Sex Therapy, Sexual Health & Education, and the link between Sex Therapy and Healthcare

Freedom Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 45:12


For more information on Cherie Katt or to contact her, visit her website cheriekatt.com, call (414) 909-1558, or email counseling@cheriekatt.com.Facebook - Psychology TodayTo find more information on Nina Olson, visit freedompt.com.

Sarah B. Yoga
Episode 89: Rolling a Ball from Hip to Hip with Pelvic Floor Awareness

Sarah B. Yoga

Play Episode Play 56 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 26:51


In today's short Feldenkrais lesson we will use the pubic bone, the tailbone, and the creases of the hip joints as anatomical places of reference and awareness. This mini lesson is an example of the direction that the lessons will start to take in the Pelvic Floor and Deep Core Rapport Series. This lesson continues the process of finding power and grace from your pelvis. What set's this practice apart from other pelvic explorations is the subtlety of it all and the inner connections you'll make from your perineum to your hip joints. For many people, this lesson may help you start to simply sense your hip joints as part of the pelvis. This is a nice lesson to pair with Episode 86: which was a yoga class with Pubic Bone Awareness.Find more of Sarah's teaching on her website Body Matter, including live online classes, self-paced courses and the Body Matter library membership. Sarah Baumert has been teaching movement since 2006. She is a certified yoga teacher, yoga therapist and Feldenkrais practitioner. This podcast is an intersection of her yoga teaching and training in the Feldenkrais® method. Classes include sensory rich movement experiences for a more resilient and healthy nervous system to help you feel a greater sense of ease and comfort in yourself. Find more of Sarah's teaching on her website Body Matter, including live online classes, self-paced courses and the Body Matter library membership.Leave a review on itunes, google, or wherever you get your podcasts!Support the show! OR  Buy me a coffee

The FitNest Mama Podcast
Pelvic Floor Friday #12 [Endurance hold]

The FitNest Mama Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 7:53


Welcome back to the Pelvic Floor Friday session!Every few weeks on a Friday, I talk you through a set of pelvic floor exercises.  These episodes are short, these episodes are actionable, and are designed to just help you get it done and tick off your pelvic floor from the to-do list.Perfect if you're having a vaginal or a caesarean birth, pre-pregnancy, during pregnancy, or years and years down the track.You could even send this podcast episode to your mum, as pelvic floor exercises are something I believe ALL women need to do.So, although I am talking you through this pelvic floor set, if you've been listening to me for awhile you will know I always say how everyone is on their own journey, Everyone is different.Focus on Quality over quantity.And If you can't hold for as long as I say, please don't.Any discomfort or questions please do stop and consult your healthcare provider.And, don't forget these exercises don't substitute for a pelvic floor assessment by your local pelvic floor physio, they are designed to help with motivation, and support, to just help you to get them done more consistently.LINKS:Instagram @fitnestmamaPreparing your pelvic floor for birth: Pregnancy ChecklistWebsite: www.fitnestmama.com

Dr. Streicher’s Inside Information: THE Menopause Podcast
39: Episode 39 A Personal Trainer for Your Pelvic Floor with Dr. Janelle Howell

Dr. Streicher’s Inside Information: THE Menopause Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 44:05


The key to eliminating incontinence, sexual pain and pelvic pain is to work one on one with a pelvic floor physical therapist. But while most women have a pretty good idea of what a physical therapist does when it comes to hips, and shoulders, it's a mystery to most women what to expect from PELVIC FLOOR PT. In this episode, Dr. Streicher is joined by Janelle Howell, AKA The Vagina ReHAB doctor, who holds a doctorate in physical therapy and is board certified in women's health PT.   Dr. Streicher and Dr. Howell discuss: How one becomes a pelvic floor physical therapist Why LOW BACK PAIN and pain in other parts of the body impact pelvic pain What makes someone an EXPERT PHYSICAL THERAPIST How CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCES can impact on adult pelvic health Why Your PT Needs to Take Complete MEDICAL HISTORY Why a pelvic floor PT does INTERNAL vaginal work WHAT to EXECT when you go to pelvic floor physical therapist The problem with PELVIC FLOOR TENSION HOW LONG it typically takes to eliminate pelvic problems Why it is important for the therapist to COLLABORATE with the gynecologist Why POSTURE is so important when it comes to pelvic floor health What CONDITIONS a pelvic floor physical therapist TREATS How pelvic floor PT helps with ORGASM What it means when someone has pain AFTER SEX How to FIND a good pelvic floor PT If PT be done VIRTUALLY TOOLS that women can use on their own Why the phrase TIGHT VAGINA should never be used More on Janelle Howell: Website: https://www.vaginarehabdoctor.com/ Instagram acct: @vaginarehabdoctor  Next Vaginal Fitness Masterclass: https://www.vaginarehabdoctor.com/next-masterclass-f3/ Affordable Vaginal Fitness & Food E guide: https://the-vagina-rehab-academy.sellfy.store/products/ How to find a Pelvic floor PT https://pelvicrehab.com/ https://specialization.apta.org/find-a-specialist https://www.vaginarehabdoctor.com/woc-pfpt-directory/ For more information on this topic:   Slip Sliding Away: Turning Back the Clock on Your Vagina-A gynecologist's guide to eliminating post-menopause dryness and pain Episode 8: When Painful Sex Leads to Problem Relationships Episode 15: Post Menopause Orgasm- Everybody Come! Episode 27:  Using Vaginal Estrogen but Sex Still Hurts Like Hell Episode 38 Pelvic Organs Dropping? How to STOP the POP! Lauren Streicher, MD is a clinical professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine, and the medical director of the Northwestern Medicine Center for Sexual Medicine and Menopause. She is a certified menopause practitioner of the North American Menopause Society.  Dr. Streicher is the medical correspondent for Chicago's top-rated news program, the WGN Morning News, and has been seen on The Today Show, Good Morning America, The Oprah Winfrey Show, CNN, NPR, Dr. Radio, Nightline, Fox and Friends, The Steve Harvey Show, CBS This Morning, ABC News Now, NBCNightlyNews,20/20, and World News Tonight. She is an expert source for many magazines and serves on the medical advisory board of The Kinsey Institute, Self Magazine, and Prevention Magazine. She writes a regular column for The Ethel by AARP and Prevention Magazine.  Subscribe and Follow Dr. Streicher on  DrStreicher.com Instagram @DrStreich Twitter @DrStreicher Facebook  @DrStreicher YouTube  DrStreicherTV Books by Lauren Streicher, MD  Slip Sliding Away: Turning Back the Clock on Your Vagina-A gynecologist's guide to eliminating post-menopause dryness and pain Hot Flash Hell: A Gynecologist's Guide to Turning Down the Heat Sex Rx- Hormones , Health, and Your Best Sex Ever The Essential Guide to Hysterectomy

Hope After Breast Cancer
Ep 46 - Sex After Breast Cancer LIVE! Q&A #7-Why Your Pelvic Floor Matters with Pelvic Floor Therapist Lori LeBarnes

Hope After Breast Cancer

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 54:03


Shared with love by Jan James, Hope After Breast Cancer Find out more about our private Facebook support groups (Booby Buddies, Hope After Breast Cancer, Sex After Breast Cancer, Booby Buddies en Español) here. Joining our Newsletter List will give you a monthly recap of our best content, as well as information about available training and support. Subscribe to our Hope After Breast Cancer Podcast on your favorite podcast platform! Check out http://sexafterbreastcancer.com/ for quick access to our Sex After Breast Cancer community, experts, and resources. If you value the information I provide, the time I put into serving our community, and would like to support my work, please consider subscribing with a paid membership to TEAM HOPE for just $5 a month at Buy Me A Coffee. And please pray for my efforts to have significance in the lives of the women we serve! Thank you! Disclaimer: While professional experts and the Company address health issues and the information provided on this Website and its components relates to medical and/or health issues, the information provided is not a substitute for medical or health advice from a professional who is aware of the facts and circumstances of your individual situation.   Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist Lori LeBarnes gives us an overview of the role pelvic floor muscles play in our overall physical health. She likes to say that our pelvic floor muscles affect our bladder, bowel, balance, sex, and lymphatic drainage! They're incredibly important—and most of us never heard of them! Lori explains what the process of seeing a pelvic floor physical therapist is like, as well as why that anatomy is so important. Most importantly to the women who are experiencing painful intercourse, Lori gives us HOPE! Lori Barnes is a Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist in Roswell, GA, USA. Find out more about Lori on her website, https://www.lebarnespelvictherapy.com/home.html   To find a pelvic floor therapist, see these directories. https://pelvicguru.com/directory/ https://pelvicrehab.com/ https://aptapelvichealth.org/ptlocator/

Holy Health
Episode 31 Pelvic floor and more

Holy Health

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 94:34


In this episode we take a dive back into the importance of a properly  functioning pelvic floor.Many things can impact it, stress, child birth, scar tissue from child birth, gut, and of course trauma, sexual or otherwise. Joining me this week are  2 very special women. Aviva Danziger is a Massage therapist and pain and trauma specialist. She has developed a method using acupuncture directly on the pelvic floor. Jana Danielson is a wellness entrepreneur , author, founder of Lead Pilates, Lead Integrated Health Therapies, and the Metta district-she is also the inventor of the Cooch ball. The worlds first patented pelvic floor fitness tool for women. Back for another round on what torah and Judaism have to teach us about women and sexuality is Rebbetzin Dini Coopersmith.Show notes:contacts :Aviva:https://instagram.com/pain_and_trauma_specialist?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=https://www.facebook.com/avivadcJana:https://instagram.com/thecoochball?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=info@mettadistrict.comlink to Cooch ball with discount:https://si421.isrefer.com/go/uscoochball/dsaker/link to Gooch ball with discount:https://si421.isrefer.com/go/goochballus/dsaker/link to Metta district with discount:https://si421.isrefer.com/go/mettadistrict/dsaker/Link to Jana's 4 part course for freehttps://si421.isrefer.com/go/timetotransform/dsaker/- - - - -Holy Health Podcast:Email: Holyhealthpodcast@gmail.comInstagram: @holy_healthpodcastHoly Health Official Podcast:https://www.buzzsprout.com/589555/9876240Holy Health YouTube Account:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrYPOvFawrjhH_2U7r61M2QMusach Haguf:Instagram: @musachhaguf- - - - -This podcast has been edited by 'Joker productions'For more information contact:Email: yjokerproductions@gmail.comYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFhhzXTvjVjXxf-dcUHbO8Q

Movement Logic: Strong Opinions, Loosely Held
Episode 15: Three! Easy! Rules! About! Research!

Movement Logic: Strong Opinions, Loosely Held

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 38:59


Welcome to Episode 15 of the Movement Logic podcast! In this episode, Sarah discusses the lima beans of learning: research. But guess what? Reading research doesn't have to feel like a chore, and the more you understand what different aspects of research mean, the more interesting it becomes.Three easy rules to follow for quoting research as if it's factsWhy we get so excited about some studies - and why we need to pump the brakesHow to know the quality - and thus the value - of the research you are readingWhy it's important that movement teachers quote research responsibly and what can go wrong when studies are not good quality Reference links:Power Posing StudyGet Up from Ground StudyYoga Reverses Osteoporosis StudyWHI StudyYouTube video of SRT test Sign up here for the Movement Logic Newsletter for course discounts and sales and receive a free mini Pelvic Floor course!Watch the video of this conversation at: www.movementlogictutorials.com/podcast

Mama, You're Doing Great!
Pelvic Floor Therapy with Jessie Wood

Mama, You're Doing Great!

Play Episode Play 60 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 42:42


Do you struggle with daily leaking, painful sex, pressure or heaviness in the pelvic opening, low back pain, bowel issues, and pelvic organ prolapses?If so, this episode is for you. All these are common but they are not normal! In this episode, we have Jessie Wood, a PTA pelvic floor specialist. We talk about pelvic floor dysfunction and how we can enjoy life without being in pain. She believes we can all enjoy pregnancy, sleep throughout the night and not pee our pants when we squeeze. Tune in to our conversation to learn more.SHOWNOTESFollow me on Instagram: @kendahlyanezWant to get connected with other mamas like you? Join the CommunitySponsors: Divine Image Boutique-For 10% off use the code: MAMA10Find a pelvic floor PT near you: https://aptapelvichealth.org/ptlocator/Understanding Your Pelvic Floor AND 5 Exercises for a Healthy Spine PDF 

Capital Integrative Health Podcast
53. How the Pelvic Floor Affects Constipation, Back Pain, IBS, and Urinary Incontinence

Capital Integrative Health Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 46:08


Pelvic floor dysfunction is one of the most under diagnosed root causes of conditions including urinary incontinence, constipation, sexual dysfunction, back pain, and irritable bowel syndrome. How can we do better at identifying and treating pelvic floor dysfunction? Today two amazing physical therapists, Dr. Miriam Graham and Dr. Reshma Rathod, are here to help us understand how the pelvic floor impacts our whole body health. We have an enlightening conversation about pelvic floor function, how to tell if you might have pelvic floor dysfunction and what they do as physical therapists to help their patients have optimal pelvic floor function. If you are someone who has struggled with constipation, urinary incontinence, sexual dysfunction, or pain, don't miss this conversation. Timestamps: 0:00 - Introduction 2:57 - How Miriam & Reshma became PTs 9:54 - How pelvic floor function is assessed 12:33 - Signs of pelvic floor dysfunction 17:29 - What to expect from a PT appointment 20:55 - Treatment stories 30:20 - Tight hip flexors and working at a desk 39:15 - Miriam & Reshma's morning routine 43:33 - Learn more and work with Miriam and Reshma

Front Porch Life
Episode 33: Your Body Series - Pelvic Floor PT with Sarah Hall

Front Porch Life

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 56:46


To kick off our new Your Body series, I invited Sarah Hall to talk to us about a topic that many women want to know more about but don't always know who to ask. Sarah is a Catholic Christian physical therapist specializing in Women's Health, including pelvic health and obstetrics, with a heart for leading people closer to Christ, their true healer. We are talking all about your pelvic floor and how PT can help YOU! Connect with Sarah: LivingwaterPT.com LivingwaterPT@gmail.com Facebook + Instagram @frontporchlifepodcast www.frontporchlife.net --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Armed to the Heart
Episode 3 — Postpartum Recovery Timeline, and How to Heal, Restore your Core & Pelvic Floor, Get Back to Exercise, & Rebuild Strength & Fitness after Giving Birth, for Military Women & Beyond (Part 1)

Armed to the Heart

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 29:18


In this series, I guide you through a recommended postpartum recovery timeline & the most essential things you need to know to safely & successfully get back to exercise after having a baby. In Part 1, I provide my top tips for physical recovery after birth, & how to ease back into exercise during the first 12 weeks postpartum. I'm here to help you restore your core & pelvic floor, and rebuild a strong foundation for lifting, running, & more.   After we give birth, when it comes to getting back into shape, so many of us are thinking, "I just had a baby, now what?" "Where do I begin?" We're far from where we want to be, & where we once were. We just want to feel more like ourselves again.   So if you too are anxious to get back to your routine, & want to get stronger and feel more confident in your body again, if you're ready to reclaim fitness for physical and mental health, I got you sister! Let's help you overcome any pressure, stress, confusion, or overwhelm in how to approach returning to exercise, and/or preparing for your military fitness test.   Free Postpartum Fitness Guide: How to Return to Fitness Postpartum for Military Mamas + Beyond BOOK A 1:1 COACHING CALL  Strong + Resilient Postpartum Fitness Program (18 week+ Plan for Busy, Active Mamas in the military + beyond who want to get stronger, heal their core + pelvic floor + regain confidence in their bodies again after giving birth) Free Pregnancy Exercise Guide: How to Safely Exercise + Maintain Fitness Through Pregnancy   OTHER RESOURCES: Overcome the Overwhelm (FREE guide to help you balance work + mom life with less guilt + more peace, with God at the center) Renew Group Coaching Program + Community (my signature coaching experience for women who want to balance family + career with Christ at the center, pursue integrated health & be supported by a likeminded community of women)   BOOK A DISCOVERY CALL OR CONNECT: Instagram @armedtotheheart armedtotheheart@gmail.com

The Core Connections Podcast With Erica Ziel
Improving Digestion to Strengthen Your Pelvic Floor

The Core Connections Podcast With Erica Ziel

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 36:35


Every week, I share podcast episodes for women all over the world who are looking for ways to improve their health so they can thrive in life... And that's exactly what you're going to hear today! Digestion is a topic that gets brought up in many conversations I have with my students inside of all of my pelvic floor programs because of its connection to the deep core. In this episode, I break down the following information: How digestion impacts pelvic floor function The digestion process Tips + supplements to relieve constipation and more! I can't WAIT for you to hear this conversation, so without further ado, click play >>HERE!

The Code: A Guide to Health and Human Performance
Don't Ignore Your Pelvic Floor with Dr. Amber Rand

The Code: A Guide to Health and Human Performance

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 56:46


“If we're getting good coordination between the pelvic floor and our abs, we're just going to be able to generate more power,” explains Dr. Amber Rand, PT, DPT, OTR/L, CHT, CMTPT, and Physio Room's Women's Health Specialist. Through her own challenges with pregnancy, Dr. Amber became passionate about women's health. At Physio Room, she helps mothers through their pregnancy journeys and educates her clients about their pelvic health.   If you're pregnant, Dr. Amber recommends seeing a Pelvic Floor Therapist at least once per trimester. As a result, pregnant women can determine their labor and delivery prep and manage their changing bodies throughout daily activities. By learning to relax your pelvic floor, you can avoid the potential for physical damage down the road and gain dynamic control over this area of your body.    Everyone has a pelvic floor, and learning how to use it will make any recovery that much easier. Learn more about Dr. Amber's suggestions for improving the post-partum process, how our pelvic floor works, and what to do to strengthen your bladder. Quotes • “If what your providers are telling you, whether that's a midwife or OB or whoever, isn't aligning with the things that you like to do, that's a really hard mental place to be.” (12:55-13:06| Dr. Amber) • “An evaluation with a Pelvic Floor PT should also look at your body as a whole system.” (28:32-28:37| Dr. Amber)  • “We're working a lot more on relaxation and the lengthening of the pelvic floor. And once we have that length, the pelvic floor automatically becomes more efficient.” (42:05-42:18| Dr. Amber)  • “Whether it's lifting, running, or cycling, making sure the pelvic floor and the whole abdominal canister is efficiently working will avoid injury later on.” (46:40-46:54| Dr. Amber)  • “If we're getting good coordination between the pelvic floor and our abs, we're just going to be able to generate more power.” (47:56-48:04| Dr. Amber) Links   Connect with Dr. Amber Rand  Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/amber_rand_pt/ Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/amber.mitzelfelt   Connect with Physio Room:  Website | ​​https://physioroomco.com/  Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/physioroomco/ Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/physioroomco Andrew's Personal Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/dr.andrewfix/  Andrew's Personal Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/andrew.fix.9/   Podcast production and show notes provided by HiveCast.fm

The Birth Boss
A Course Created with Kerry Ingram

The Birth Boss

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 25:59


If you've tuned into this podcast before, you know I am a huge proponent of education and also passive income. The combination of the two would be a digital course, and it's something that I think we all can utilize as birth bosses and business owners.Join me as we kick off a series of episodes called A Course Created here on the podcast. Today we have Kerry Ingram, founder of Community Supported Postpartum, join us as we chat about all the details behind the incredible course she created, including how it came to be, how it can benefit you as a birth boss, and maybe even spark an idea for a course of your own as well!Be sure to check out Kerry's program as enrollment closes for this round of the course on September 25th! Find Kerry & her course here:*Kerry Ingram is the founder of Community Supported Postpartum VillageCommunity Supported Postpartum Facilitator CourseYou can find me at: hiptoheart.comhttps://www.facebook.com/hiptohearthttps://www.instagram.com/hiptoheartJoin my Facebook group for Birth Professionalshttps://www.facebook.com/groups/businessforbirth

Sexual Kung Fu with Johnathan White
How to Practice Semen Retention in a Relationship

Sexual Kung Fu with Johnathan White

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 10:11


Men often ask me if it's possible to practice semen retention while in a relationship. The truth is that, yes it is possible - but you must learn to develop ejaculation control, and also it is helpful to learn how to have non-ejaculatory orgasms. In my experience, semen retention is a powerful practice that can actually strengthen the intimacy, connection, and passion in a relationship - if it is done in a balanced way. – – – – FREE PROGRAMS – – – –

#PTonICE Daily Show
Episode 1297 - How to strengthen the pelvic floor

#PTonICE Daily Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 8:21


Dr. Jessica Gingerich // #PPPonICE // www.ptonice.com 

Sexual Kung Fu with Johnathan White
Energy Cultivation - Audience Q&A w/Johnathan White

Sexual Kung Fu with Johnathan White

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 81:37


Energy Cultivation - Audience Q&A w/Johnathan White – – – – FREE PROGRAMS – – – –

Healthy-ish
What you need to know about your pelvic floor

Healthy-ish

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 8:52


We're celebrating Women's Health Week on Healthy-ish and joining host Felicity Harley from the UK is femtech entrepreneur Tania Boler discussing how to get a strong pelvic floor.   WANT MORE FROM TANIA? To hear today's full interview, where Tania discusses the rise of femtech...search for Extra Healthy-ish wherever you get your pods. For more on Tania's business, Elvie, see here or via Instagram @elvie. You can follow Tania @tania.boler.    WANT MORE BODY + SOUL?  Online: Head to bodyandsoul.com.au for your daily digital dose of health and wellness. On social: Via Instagram at @bodyandsoul_au or Facebook. Got an idea for an episode? DM host Felicity Harley on Instagram @felicityharley.  On YouTube: Watch Body + Soul TV, here. In print: Each Sunday, grab Body+Soul inside The Sunday Telegraph (NSW), the Sunday Herald Sun (Victoria), The Sunday Mail (Queensland), Sunday Mail (SA) and Sunday Tasmanian (Tasmania). See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Movement Logic: Strong Opinions, Loosely Held
Episode 14: How to Handle Burnout

Movement Logic: Strong Opinions, Loosely Held

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 70:18


Welcome to Episode 14 of the Movement Logic podcast! In this episode, Laurel and Sarah discuss burnout: what is burnout, how do we avoid it, what do we do when it happens, and why do we see so much of it in the yoga and movement world. Does everyone experience burnout in the same wayWhat does it mean to be emotionally labileWhy do so many yoga and movement teachers go through burnoutCan a teacher in a big expensive city make a living on group classes?How do we create boundaries that keep us from trying to ‘solve' our students' problems?What's the best kind of relationship to have with your students?Some practical tips to prioritize yourself and preserve your own timeWhat does Work Smarter, Not Harder actually look like? Reference links:I Know How She Does It by Laura VanderkamAntifragile: Things that Gain from Disorder by Nassim Talib Sign up here for the Movement Logic Newsletter for course discounts and sales and receive a free mini Pelvic Floor course!Watch the video of this conversation at: www.movementlogictutorials.com/podcast

Fit Womens Weekly Podcast
Pelvic Wands, Vaginal Dialators, & Kegal Weights OH MY! Pelvic Floor Talk With Dr. Amanda Olson

Fit Womens Weekly Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 42:56


Today, I am welcoming pelvic floor specialist, Dr. Amanda Olson to talk all things! Is your pelvic floor too tight? Too lose? Suffer from PCOS? Endometreosis? Is pelvic care different for vaginal births and c-sections?  And so much more!  Connect with Dr. Olson at IntimateRose.com To Support The FWW Podcast: Complete the 14 Day FREE Ignite Reset Challenge! 14 days... day by day training plan and beginner focused workouts. Why not give it a go!? You'd be silly not to. --> https://fitwomensweekly.com/lp/fww-live/ignite-reset https://fitwomensweekly.com/lp/fww-live/ignite-reset Interested in working with me as your private personal trainer? --> https://thistimefitness.sites.zenplanner.com/retail.cfm?Category=Private%20Coaching www.instagram.com/KindalBoyleFitness  www.FitWomensWeekly.com  Kindal@fitwomensweekly.com  Love the podcast? Officially join the FWW Podcast fit fam by sharing this episode and tagging me! 

Yoga | Birth | Babies
Sex During Pregnancy and After Baby with Dr. Sabrina Baxter

Yoga | Birth | Babies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 42:50


For many sex is a very different experience while pregnant and newly postpartum. From wondering if you might hurt your baby to the physical discomfort one may experience, a lot of questions come to mind. Today we're going to talk about sex during pregnancy and after baby. I gathered some of the students together from the prenatal and postnatal classes and asked what their questions were. Questions I heard included: concerns about sex during pregnancy and will it hurt the baby? If the vagina changes forever after birth? How postpartum hormones change sex? And what can you do if sex hurts? So, to have this conversation I invited Dr. Sabrina Baxter, a doctor of physical therapy specializing in Pelvic Floor dysfunction onto this week's episode of Yoga | Birth | Babies. I love that she talks about individualized treatment because while we're answering these questions in somewhat broad strokes it is such an individualized experience what is going on with your body. I hope this just gives you some insight into your body and some curiosity about your body because you deserve to live a really wonderful quality of life and part of that is to have a healthy pelvic floor. Support Our Sponsor:  Spinning Babies: For comfort in pregnancy and preparation for an easier birth join me and Spinning Babies Worldwide Virtual Conference! Go to spinningbabiesconference.com Get the most out of each episode by checking out the show notes with links, resources and other related podcasts at: prenatalyogacenter.com Don't forget to grab your FREE guide, 5 Simple Solutions to the Most Common Pregnancy Pains HERE  If you love what you've been listening to, please leave a rating and review! Yoga| Birth|Babies To connect with Deb and the PYC Community:  Instagram & Facebook: @prenatalyogacenter Youtube: Prenatal Yoga Center Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Getting Magnetic with Sandy & Wade
Let's Explore Pelvic Floor with Analise

Getting Magnetic with Sandy & Wade

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 25:21


Today's episode is part 4 in Sandy's 7 part postpartum series. Her "birth squat team" as Wade likes to refer to them all played a huge role in getting her to feel herself again post birth, through all the physical recovery and the emotional journey too. Analise was Sandy's pelvic floor therapist who helped her TREMENDOUSLY - so much so we knew this needed to live forever on the Getting Magnetic platform!!This is something that could help everyone if we were all just educated on its benefits! Tune in and know if you are in the Orange County area you can book an appointment with her or her colleagues at PelvicSanity in Laguna Hills, California.Dr. Analise Richtsmeier - Pelvic Physical TherapistDr. Analise is passionate about helping women and men with pelvic health issues resolve their symptoms and get back to doing what they lovePrior to working at PelvicSanity, Dr. Analise founded an entire pelvic health program in Augusta, GA.  After returning to Southern California, Analise has worked in both in-clinic and in-home pelvic health, broadening her experience with patients.Analise has also been certified as a Pure Barre instructor and incorporates targeted exercise into her treatment techniques to help build a solid foundation for health.  An avid runner, when she's not in the clinic you can find Analise finishing marathons, spending time with her family or enjoying the Southern California sunshine.Timestamps: [5:01] What does "getting magnetic" mean to you? [5:30] How did you get into pelvic physical therapy? [8:11] How long have you been doing it? [11:56] What exactly is pelvic floor? [19:31] Men can benefit as well. [19:49] What is the process like of working with you? [23:11] How to work with Analise. Infinite BankingInterested in investing for you and your family's future with Infinite Banking? Email Wade at wcritides81@gmail.com or send him a message on instagram to take the next steps!To watch the webinar on youtube check it out here: https://youtu.be/qMtbFR_OuX8--Let's Connect!To get more info and updates on the podcast@gettingmagneticFollow our personal Instagram accounts@sandyclaus7@wellnesswithwadeCheck out our website for all things Getting Magnetichttps://www.sandyandwade.com/

Align & Hustle
The Power Source with Lauren Roxburgh

Align & Hustle

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 68:24


On today's episode of the Align & Hustle podcast, I am joined by Lauren Roxburgh, who Gwyneth Paltrow has called, "The Body Whisperer".Lauren is the go-to expert for all things fascia, alignment, holistic body care, emotional health & movement medicine.Internationally renowned author, wellness educator & inspirational speaker- Lauren shares how she transformed her pain into purpose to create a phenomenal business & personal brand.She has been named the "Body Alignment Pro" by Vogue,  and was listed as one of the "8 Tech Pioneers to Watch" by Entrepreneur Magazine.She is a regular contributor to Goop, Women's Health Magazine & Mind Body Green.In this episode we continue the Mind/ Body connection conversation and chat about:all things fasciapelvic floor healthwhere the body traps stresshow to metabolize stress through the bodyliving with heartaligning with your purposecreating from the power & light within you...and how to become taller, slimmer and younger along the way!This episode is for you if you are tired of gruelling workouts that are not bringing results, you are looking to reconnect and love your body again and are ready to shed whatever is holding you back from your TRUE self- physically or emotionally.Be sure to visit the EPISODE SHOW NOTES for all resources mentioned in this episode.Connect with me on Instagram HEREThanks for listening!xo, kIf you find the show valuable, please share with a friend!If you enjoyed today's episode, be sure to leave a 5-star rating & REVIEW

Happy Homebirth
Ep 192: Pelvic Floor Problems? Here's how to “Tighten Your Tinkler”

Happy Homebirth

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 45:15 Very Popular


What do we need to know about supporting and healing the pelvic floor?  Is it super complex?   This week, we're speaking with Christina, one of the creators and trainers of Tighten Your Tinkler. Christina and her business partner Jen are a physical therapist and exercise physiologist duo who are dedicated to helping mothers heal their pelvic floors in a way that keeps physiology in mind.   Christina and Jen are guest experts inside of the Homebirth Collective, and I am thrilled to be able to share a glimpse of their expertise here, too!   The HBC applications for our next cohort that runs from mid October through the end of December 2022 open up next week on September 12th 2022. This cohort has been absolutely life-changing for the intimate community of mothers who has participated, and the friendships that have been built ALONG with the depth of both knowledge and wisdom regarding the physiologic birth process and the transformational experience of childbirth are far beyond anything I've ever experienced before.   Head to myhappyhomebirth.com/collective if you know you're ready to join us in October!   Christina brought so much helpful information to us regarding the Pelvic floor and how we can support it.  If through this episode you've realized that you'd like further support, don't hesitate to reach out to Christina and Jen at Tightenyourtinkler.  The name is funny, but the results are serious!  I've personally been through their program and I'm currently incorporating their exercises into my daily life, and I absolutely love what they're doing.    Resources FREE Homebirth Essentials Guide Happy Homebirth Collective Tightenyourtinkler  

Finally Fearless with Dr. Mel
E67: The Exercise You're NOT Doing That Prevents Pelvic Floor Woes

Finally Fearless with Dr. Mel

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 33:36


Women are so afraid of lifting heavy shit for reasons that are all untrue, still feeding into the idea that...⁣ You're gonna get bulky (you won't).⁣ It's dangerous (it's not).⁣ You don't have the strength to do it (you do).⁣ And, my personal favorite myth (and the entire reason why I created

Sexual Kung Fu with Johnathan White
Premature Ejaculation Comprehensive Guide

Sexual Kung Fu with Johnathan White

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 9:04


Want to know how to cure premature ejaculation quickly? To fix premature ejaculation naturally is not difficult, any man can do it. It simply requires a bit of knowledge about the underlying factors, and then consistent training to overcome the mental/physical patterns that are causing this issue. Premature ejaculation is closely connected to high stress levels and patterns of tension in the body and mind. Pelvic floor tension is also a major contributor, caused by too much sitting, poor masturbation habits, or an overactive sympathetic nervous system. With the lifestyle changes and exercises mentioned in this video, any man can learn to last for hours in bed. – – – – FREE PROGRAMS – – – –

Kumbay'all: The Whole Woman's Resource
Episode 42: Another Way to Relax Your Pelvic Floor

Kumbay'all: The Whole Woman's Resource

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 5:37


We teach our patients to take deep breaths hourly throughout the day to check in with their bodies and relax their pelvic floor with inhalation. But did you know that you can also check in with your pelvic floor through other areas of your body? Listen to today's quick podcast episode to learn 3 tips to help relax your jaw, and why this helps your pelvic floor.  They're easy to do and they're good for your pelvic health - a double win! About Amanda: Amanda Shipley, PT, DPT, MTC is a pelvic physical therapist in Atlanta, GA with more than 15 years of experience helping patients prevent and heal pelvic floor issues. Her mission is to change the standard of care so that pelvic physical therapy is a part of a complete wellness strategy, like going to the dentist. Dr. Shipley believes in a holistic approach and focuses on treating the whole person and not just their symptoms. After having two unmedicated homebirths, Dr. Shipley is especially passionate about helping birthing people have as smooth a childbirth as possible. She believes that everyone would benefit from seeing a pelvic physical therapist during pregnancy. Dr. Shipley sees patients at her practice, Renew Pelvic Health, and creates online courses in pelvic health through Progressive Pelvic Education. In addition, she is the creator and host of the podcast Kumbay'all: The Whole Woman's Resource. If you enjoyed this episode please share it, leave a review, and subscribe to the podcast. We love hearing from you and we appreciate your support! hello@kumbayallpodcast.com - Let us know what you thought of this episode! Renew Pelvic Health - Amanda's practice in Atlanta, GA @renewpelvichealth on Instagram or Facebook Progressive Pelvic Education - online courses on pelvic health @progressive.pelvic.ed on Instagram or Facebook

Sarah B. Yoga
Episode 88: The Pelvis as a Dynamic System: A Feldenkrais® Approach to Pelvic Floor and Abdominal Health

Sarah B. Yoga

Play Episode Play 54 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 22:56


This is an informational podcast about pelvic floor and deep abdominal health. Pelvic Floor Health and Abdominal strengthening is one of the most requested topics I get from students. Today, I will be discussing why pelvic floor health is so important and give you some context for my series: The Pelvic Floor and Deep Core Rapport. The 8 week series will be taught livestream starting September 25th, with options to purchase the lessons to do as a self paced course. The function of the pelvic floor has a profound effect on our quality of life. So anything that can be done to bring more ease or a higher quality of control in this area can be revolutionary. For both men and women, improving the ability to both relax and engage the pelvic floor and the deep abdominal muscles can have positive effects on:Back painSensing a deeper and more relaxed breathEasier standing and walkingImproved BalanceHealing from hip replacements or abdominal surgeriesBetter sex through increased awareness, sensation and controlMore effective bladder controlLack of strength, coordination, or sensation in this area after giving birthFind more of Sarah's teaching on her website Body Matter, including live online classes, self-paced courses and the Body Matter library membership. Sarah Baumert has been teaching movement since 2006. She is a certified yoga teacher, yoga therapist and Feldenkrais practitioner. This podcast is an intersection of her yoga teaching and training in the Feldenkrais® method. Classes include sensory rich movement experiences for a more resilient and healthy nervous system to help you feel a greater sense of ease and comfort in yourself. Find more of Sarah's teaching on her website Body Matter, including live online classes, self-paced courses and the Body Matter library membership.Leave a review on itunes, google, or wherever you get your podcasts!Support the show! OR  Buy me a coffee

Sunday Messages
OCD, SEX ORGANS, AND THE PELVIC FLOOR

Sunday Messages

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 57:39


Today I'm talking all about OCD and a bunch of other stuff!COSMIC COUNSEL https://www.onyxhealing.com/cosmic-counselAPEX https://www.onyxhealing.com/apexAPEX PODCAST EPISODE 171: APEX https://www.buzzsprout.com/278779/episodes/10408362MASTERCLASSES: www.onyxhealing.com/masterclassesDONATE HERE: www.onyxhealing.com/prayer-requestCHECK OUT THESE CLASSES: https://www.onyxhealing.com/classesFREE DEALING WITH FAMILY MEDITATION: www.onyxhealing.com/newsletter Website: www.onyxhealing.comClubhouse: @rev.sydney.finnInstagram: @rev.sydney.finn and @onyxhealingTikTok: @onyxhealingYouTube: www.youtube.com/onyxhealingSupport the show

Shameless Sex
#290 The Truth About the Pelvic Floor, Popping Cherries, and Tight Pu$$ies - With Jenny Putt, PT

Shameless Sex

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 66:58 Very Popular


What is the pelvic floor about and how is it related to sexual pleasure (and orgasms!)? Why is the idea of having a tighter pussy generally BS? How can people heal or improve their pelvic floors? And what's the truth about "popping cherries" (AKA first time penetration)? About our guest: Jenny Putt is a pelvic floor physical therapist and sex educator among many other letters that go after her name. She believes talking about sex, poop, pee and genitals shouldn't be deemed awkward or inappropriate and that the world would be a better place if people were more connected to their pelvic floor and had access to more pleasure.  She specializes in the pelvic floor health of perinatal individuals with in-person and virtual services across the continuum of preconception through pregnancy, delivery and postpartum recovery. To learn more visit www.jennyputtpt.com or checkout her IG at @jennyputtpt Upcoming events: Join us in Santa Cruz in getting your booty's kicked at Carina Reid's Ignite Change event on September 18th by signing up here Enhance your intimacy with your partner at a 2-day retreat in Malibu September 24th-25th. Learn more here Other links: Boost up that immune system and get a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D, plus 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase of Athletic Greens at athleticgreens.com/SHAMELESSSEX Get 10% off + free shipping with code SHAMELESSSEX on Uberlube AKA our favorite lubricant at uberlube.com Get 10% off while mastering the art of pleasure at  OMGyes.com/shameless. Also learn about their recent study an anal pleasure here Get 15% off all of your sex toys with code SHAMELESSSEX at purepleasureshop.com