Pelvic floor muscle holding tension can be a barrier to usual rehabilitation. Whether there is pain, restriction, weakness or the pelvic floor muscles just haven’t been exercised there will always be benefit to releasing muscles.
We should FIRST RELEASE the pelvic floor muscles achieving a balance across the pelvic floor. Once we have achieved this release then we can strengthen in a way that optimises the performance of the pelvic floor
This concept of maximal releasing is one of the key things this web site will teach you.
We introduce a very specific breathing technique called SNIFF, FLOP AND DROP. This technique targets release of the pelvic floor through a type of diaphragmatic breathing.