Information, support and pelvic floor dysfunction exercises for women experiencing issues such as:

loss of bladder control after childbirth

prolapse during pregnancy

pelvic floor surgery

prolapsed bladder

prolapsed bowel

Postpartum incontinence

urine leakage

urge incontinence

perimenopause bladder problems

menopause incontinence

The exercises you have given me have made a vast improvement, most days I can now go for a walk and not have to stop at the public toilets, I can now sneeze without dreading it and most of the time not embarrass myself.  This has given me a new sense of freedom.

I knew when I went to the pelvic floor seminar that you were the right person for me, with my medical and exercise history it makes it hard to find the right person who I can trust to know (a)what they are talking about and (b)who are willing to work with me.

The fact that you are a registered nurse and specialise in pelvic floor problems was like a dream come true.

I know I have some work to do but you have given me a fantastic start and I am hoping this will be a problem that I can control and I will be able to go back to the simple things like walking with my friends and I will be able to grow old gracefully like I have always wanted to.


Jackie – 47 years of age.

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Common misconceptions about
pelvic floor dysfunction and urine leakage

It only happens to older people

Although your risk of incontinence increases as you age, anyone can experience urine leakage at any time.  Research indicates that 1 in 4 women over 18 leak urine involuntarily, and one third of men and women ages 30-70 have lost bladder control at some point as adults.

You are the only one with pelvic floor issues

Pelvic floor issues such as urine leakage, urge incontinence and prolapses affect millions of people world-wide but most cases go undiagnosed and untreated because people think it is normal, or are too embarrassed to tell anyone, or don’t know what is wrong and hope it will correct itself in time somehow.

Pelvic floor issues are simply something you put up with

There are a lot of proactive things you can do to reduce the symptoms you experience from pelvic floor issues.  Daily Kegel exercises can effectively reduce urine leakage,  certain diet and lifestyle changes can reduce bladder irritation and learning how to protect your pelvic floor muscles when you are lifting and exercising can enable you to enjoy a more active life.

Do you leak when you sneeze, cough, laugh
or engage in activities?

Pelvic Floor Dysfunction Exercises

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“Regular practice of these pelvic floor dysfunction exercises has helped me and hundreds of women I have worked with regain their freedom and confidence to live an active life by preventing urinary incontinence.  It can do the same for you.”

Vicki Zumbraegel, Personal Trainer, Registered Nurse and creator of the Leak-Free Ladies Programme

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