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Pelvic floor therapy


Pelvic floor therapy


What is pelvic floor therapy?

Pelvic floor therapy is an incredibly invaluable therapy. This kind of physical therapy helps to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles, ligaments and connective tissues, all of which work together to support the pelvic organs, contribute to sexual arousal and orgasm, and assist in bladder and bowel control. The tissues that are attached to this area also directly affect many parts of the body such as the uterus, prostate, rectum, bladder, urethra, and vagina. Without these areas functioning properly, women can feel pain and experience very uncomfortable symptoms.

By healing this area, women can begin to reconnect with their pelvic floor and muscles which will lead to less pain in the lower back and stomach, no pain during sex, less urinary incontinence, along with many other improvements.

This is especially important during the postpartum period after childbirth, as the woman’s body heals and begins to realign itself. If the pelvic floor is not strong, and each body piece in it’s correct place, the woman can experience a lot of pain and discomfort. It is very common that women have uterus prolapse which leads to urinary incontinence and pain during sex.

Who is this therapy for? Anyone who experiences the following symptoms:

  • Hanging belly (aka mommy pooch)
  • Diastasis Recti (separation of the abdominal muscles)
  • Difficult recovery after childbirth
  • Prolapse of the vaginal walls or any reproductive organ
  • Stress urinary incontinence- leads to leaks from running, jumping, coughing or sneezing
  • Lower back pain
  • Air enters the vagina during sports or sex
  • Anorgasmia (difficulty reaching orgasm)
  • Painful sex during or after

What will you get after your session:

  • A stronger anterior abdominal wall, and tighter belly
  • Less “air intake” during intercourse and inverted positions
  • Stronger functioning abdominal muscles and pelvic floor
  • Reduced appearance of diastasis and it’s symptoms
  • Stronger the pelvic floor muscles, meaning less urinary incontinence
  • Less pressure to the sacrum and lower back caused by weakness of the press
  • Improved core coordination to maintain the correct posture.

Hi everyone. My name is Dasha. I am LMT (licensed massage therapist), CIMT (certified infant massage teacher), CLMT (certified pediatric massage therapist), also certified in prenatal and postnatal massages and infant massages. I speak fluently in Russian and English.

Since the beginning, I have always wanted to help new parents and finally I’ve found a great way. I created a 3 hour course where I teach you how to give massages to your kids with your own hands! In this course you will learn how to improve your baby’s health with massage in the safest way. I will teach you simple techniques so that you can learn to do the best job to support their health. Massage affects all systems of the human body: skeletal (reduces muscle tension and increases nutrient flow to bones), muscular (increases the flow of blood and nutrients to muscles, can increase or decrease muscle tone which helps with hypertonia or hypotonia), digestive (may relieve constipation /gas), respiratory by improving breathing pattern, and the nervous by relaxing and calming the baby.

Massage is one of the absolute best ways to connect with your baby, and enjoy a beautiful bonding experience together. Please join me to spread the love to all the kids around the world and show them what massage can do! Your baby’s health is in your own hands!

Daria Baranovskaya

Massage therapist