What is the Pelvic Floor and Why Should You Care?


There is a lot of suffering associated with pelvic health. Close to 40% of women experience urinary incontinence and 50% of women have some degree of organ prolapse. These conditions are keeping people from exercising because they are afraid of leaking or afraid of making their situation worse. Thankfully, the pelvic floor has gained some much needed traction over the last few years but is still a part of the body that needs more awareness.

This webinar will cover the anatomy and function of the pelvic floor, common signs and symptoms of pelvic floor dysfunction and what to do when problems arise. Exercise plays a huge role in overcoming pelvic floor challenges and as fitness professionals we can help our clients move in ways that helps rather than hinders their pelvic health.

This webinar was presented live on November 29, 2022. You are purchasing a recording. Any offers or discounts mentioned during the webinar may no longer be active.

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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.

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.

You can find her on-line at www.vaginacoach.com and on social media @vaginacoach