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My interest in pelvic floor work happened organically after having 4 pregnancies and 3 births.

6 weeks postpartum, my only pelvic floor care was a medical check-up which gave me the green light to resume my physical activities

Immediately, I resumed my running training, as, at the time it proved to be the most time-efficient, and I was eager to lose the pregnancy pounds and fit into my pre-pregnancy clothes.

Three years after my youngest child was born, I was horrified to discover I had developed incontinence, after jumping out of a chair one day I felt an uncontrollable gush, I was embarrassed and ashamed and kept it to myself.

I started to make small changes in my everyday life such as, not drinking much water if I would be on a long car ride or participating in a fitness class.

But I still wasn't satisfied that I had to force myself to be dehydrated for me to have the confidence in my body, especially as I was only 39 years old.

Through my journey teaching different fitness modalities including Pilates, I stumbled across the Hypopressive ® method while talking to a client.

After my research, I participated in the Level 1 course and practised the technique regularly. I noticed a difference in my pelvic floor after only a few sessions, as well as my incontinence issues improved I was pleased that it also reduced my waistline. I felt like I had found the missing piece of the puzzle.

Practising consistently 2-3 times a week my incontinence issues cleared up completely.

I am thrilled that since then I have completed Level 2 and Level 3 in this method and have helped many women who have suffered from incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse to live a more confident life and improve and manage their symptoms.

My passion is to bring awareness of this method and for you to realize there are other options rather than devices, surgery or absorbent pads and underwear.

I'm passionate about teaching this method so that you may receive the same benefits as I have.

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