Today I invited Lisa Flanders to go through breathing and movement exercises to help you with improving your pelvic floor health. Lisa is a Physiotherapist and co-founder of Bloom Integrative Health. Lisa will explain the pelvic floor and then walk you through breathing and movement exercises. The exercises will help you to understand how you can continue to improve and strengthen your pelvic floor as you go through your daily activities.
00:29 Learning about the pelvic floor
03:09 Breathing exercises
04:12 Stretching exercises
07:49 Connecting breath to pelvic floor
10:40 Movement exercises
18:12 Ending words
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Thank you! Thank you Jules and Lisa! MOST appreciated!
Great step by step breakdown of how to breathe and engage the deep core and pelvic floor
Thank you. Never knew so many pelvic exercises until recently. From the old school of kegal. 😏
Was looking to work out with you, Jules; got this very informative segment instead…thank you Lisa, shall do this again tonight, your instructions were very explicit❤
Thank you Jules for looking out for us in so many ways🤗
What an excellent informative video! Much appreciated collaboration of efforts ❤ Loved the break down of exercises. Thank you so much for making the time for step by step instruction. Thank you for creating ❤ Have a fantastic day!! 🌈☕🌈
Thank you Jules and Lis for working to breathe and pelvic floor!
THANK YOU THANK YOU!! This is very timely for me. I’m actually starting pelvic floor PT next week, hoping to avoid surgery. I can do this practice in the meantime. ❤❤
Very informative. Thank you so much.
❤thank you for such great detail information,it makes it show how important it is to strengthen those muscles 💪
Thank you Jules. This video was very informative, and the exercises were great as well.