Claire offers 1:1 pelvic floor Personal Training online via Zoom for clients in all time zones 🗺️
The cost is £400 for 5 x 1-hour sessions (first session = 90 mins), and the beauty is – you don’t even need to leave your house to make significant changes to your pelvic floor function!
All Personal Training sessions are video-recorded, so you can watch and review your exercise homework as many times as you like, and as long as you have a laptop, phone or tablet, you’re good to go! 💻
Pelvic floor dysfunction doesn’t generally go away by itself, and Claire’s foot-first, full-body, non-Kegel approach to pelvic floor rehab is very different from the “norm”.
HERE’S THE THING: if you’ve been doing the standard “squeeze and release” pelvic floor exercises on a regular basis, and you’re NOT feeling any change in your symptoms – a different approach may be exactly what your body needs 🤗
Claire will talk you through the potential causes of your pelvic floor issues; how you’re currently loading your pelvic floor muscles in a way that’s worsening your symptoms; and finally put a bespoke action-plan in place for you to experience better pelvic floor function (sometimes in a matter of days!).
Nothing changes if nothing changes, so if what you’re doing to improve your pelvic floor right now is NOT providing relief, Claire can help! 🙋♀️
Pelvic Floor Exercise Expert
Claire can work with you 1:1 for any of the following conditions:
🚽 Incontinence (accidentally wetting or pooing yourself is common, but definitely NOT normal)
🤰Labour/birth preparation during pregnancy (prevention is better than cure, and education is power when it comes to increasing your chances of a natural birth)
👶 Infertility issues (give your “womb room to move”, and go on to harness a real life human being in there)
🦪 Pelvic organ prolapse (we should not have organs falling out of ourselves at the rate they currently are, but prolapse is Claire’s speciality!)
Pudendal nerve entrapment (3 simple lifestyle changes can give you relief, plus you’ll learn a tonne of info about how the skeleton should be loaded)
🥼 Pre/post surgery for pelvic floor or hysterectomy (yes, it’s possible to avoid surgery in some cases)
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