Your Pelvic Floor In Menopause

Peri-menopause is described as the years when the transition to menopause begins. It can be a 5-10 year cycle or even longer for some.

Menopause is the one day that marks one full year without a period.

Post-menopause is the time after the full year of no menstruation.

Menopause is a major time of transition for every woman. You don’t need me to tell you that.

What most women don’t realize, though, is how this transition actually affects your pelvic floor vitality.  Is your confidence being affected by sneeze pee?  Lack of sexual satisfaction?  A dry vagina?

It can become a painful source of shame for some women.

Fortunately, there is help...and it doesn't involve pads, drugs or surgery.

You can heal yourself.

You can regain control of your bladder and your life.

Book a coaching session with me or join me in my Kegel Mojo program where I take you step by step on a journey to restore your pelvic health and reclaim your life!


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