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Unleash the power of your pelvic floor & your orgasm!



Ever wondered about that mysterious and often neglected part of your body known as the pelvic floor? Positioned at the base of the pelvis, this intricate network of muscles, ligaments, and connective tissues forms a supportive hammock for your pelvic organs and plays a pivotal role in supporting your bladder, uterus, and rectum. Picture this: a healthy pelvic floor means better bladder control, a stable core, and a happy sex life. Yes, you heard that right – a happy sex life! Because, believe it or not, the state of your pelvic floor is intimately connected to your pleasure potential.


Surprisingly to some, the health of the pelvic floor is intricately tied to sexual function. A well-toned pelvic floor means better blood flow, enhanced muscle control, increased sensitivity in the genital region, and potentially mind-blowing orgasms. These benefits create a harmonious interplay between physical resilience and heightened sensations, transforming intimate moments into more fulfilling and pleasurable experiences. People with inside genitalia and a strong pelvic floor experience orgasms that are enhanced due to squeezing on the internal clitoris which then stimulates different hormones and secretions as well as sensations. For people with outside genitalia, a strong pelvic floor allows for more control over their sexual energy, and ejaculation, meaning they will last longer. This also contributes to the practice of “edging” which is building more and more pleasure until orgasm.


Strengthening the pelvic floor creates a holistic foundation for sexual well-being, enhancing the overall responsiveness of the body and amplifying the potential for more intense and enjoyable orgasms.


Your pelvic floor in Pregnancy & Postpartum


Pregnancy and childbirth can exert tremendous pressure on the pelvic floor. Hormonal changes, weight gain, and the stretching of muscles during pregnancy can contribute to pelvic floor issues. Postpartum, intentional exercises and rehabilitation become essential to restore strength and function to this area, promoting a quicker recovery and reducing the risk of long-term complications.


During pregnancy, prioritize your pelvic floor health by incorporating regular kegel exercises to strengthen the muscles supporting pelvic organs. Engage in prenatal yoga and low-impact exercises to promote flexibility and minimize strain. Mindful postures and proper pushing techniques during labor can alleviate stress on the pelvic floor. 


Postpartum, focus on gentle recovery exercises, gradually progressing to targeted pelvic floor workouts. Consider pelvic floor physical therapy for personalized guidance. Stay hydrated, maintain a fiber-rich diet, and listen to your body's signals for prompt attention to any discomfort. Supporting undergarments and occasional pelvic floor massages can also contribute to overall pelvic health. These proactive measures collectively nurture your pelvic floor, fostering a healthy and resilient foundation throughout the transformative journey of pregnancy and postpartum. And remember, always consult with healthcare professionals for tailored advice based on your individual needs.


Pelvic floor therapies: 


Caring for your pelvic floor involves a blend of awareness, intentional exercises, and mindful lifestyle choices. Fostering a connection with your pelvic floor requires a conscious effort to tune into its subtle signals. Start by sitting comfortably and engaging in deep, diaphragmatic breathing. As you inhale, visualize a gentle expansion of your pelvic floor, and as you exhale, allow it to naturally contract. This simple yet effective mindfulness exercise aids in developing a heightened sense of your pelvic floor's presence.


Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy:

Pelvic floor physical therapy is a specialized and evidence-based approach to addressing pelvic floor issues. A trained therapist can assess and tailor exercises to strengthen or relax the pelvic floor muscles, addressing conditions like pelvic pain, incontinence, and postpartum recovery. This therapy provides personalized guidance, empowering individuals with tools to enhance pelvic floor health.


Gentle Yoga for Pelvic Health:

Gentle yoga, focusing on poses that promote pelvic flexibility and strength, can be beneficial for overall pelvic floor health. Specific yoga postures, such as pelvic tilts, butterfly pose, and cat-cow stretches, help engage and release tension in the pelvic area. Yoga encourages mindful breathing, relaxation, and improved posture, contributing to a holistic approach for pelvic floor well-being. Incorporating gentle yoga into your routine, guided by a qualified instructor, provides a nurturing practice that supports both physical and mental aspects of pelvic health. Always consult with healthcare professionals to ensure that any new practices align with individual health needs.


Mayan Abdominal Massage:

Mayan abdominal massage is a therapeutic technique rooted in ancient traditions that focuses on the abdominal area, including the pelvic region. This gentle massage aims to release tension, improve circulation, and promote optimal positioning of pelvic organs. By addressing factors like misalignment and restricted blood flow, Mayan abdominal massage contributes to overall pelvic floor health. Trained practitioners use specific techniques to enhance the energetic and physical balance of the pelvic area, providing a holistic approach to pelvic wellness. Always consult with a qualified practitioner to ensure that this therapy is suitable for your individual needs.


One of our favorite ways to support our pelvic floor AND our orgasms: 


JADE YONI EGGS


Research has shown that using yoni eggs can support pelvic floor health, urinary health, digestive health, sexual health and overall well being in the body. 


  • Gain control of the perineum and pelvic floor muscles after child birth. 


  • Improve bladder control and bladder health. 


  • Reduce PMS, menstrual cramps, breast discomfort; as through regular practice it can increase blood flow to pelvic organs and help move stagnant energy.


  • Support orgasmic health.


  • Regular practice stimulates the bartholin gland inside the vagina that is responsible for producing lubrication. One of the first effects folks experience is feeling juicer, which can ease vaginal dryness during intercourse. 


  • Helps to release stored emotional and energetic imprints, as the vaginal tissue holds onto these psychological blockages.


  • Overcome trauma as it promotes and encourages a sense of trust back in the body.


  • Awaken creative energy, passion, libido, and sexuality. 




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