A few weeks ago, I was at the weekend birthday get together of a friend of mine with a bunch of other women, most of whom I hadn't met before. My friend introduced me as the person to talk to about pelvic floor stuff and I was more than happy to talk about pelvic floor restorative action that anyone can take right away. Like considering a change of foot wear, sitting and especially slouching less, walking much more, doing hip and butt strengthening work, learning to breathe properly and, of course, to seek out a local pelvic floor physiotherapist (besides working with a Restorative Exercise Specialist, because those peeps can be a rather valuable resource, hint, hint!).
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