Clara Gibson of Drastic to Fantastic kindly invited me to talk on her blog radio. Please click here to listen to our conversation.
“Whether it is post child birth or the impact of hormonal changes as women reach the age of menopause and beyond – our pelvic floor muscles are crucial to our internal health, our personal confidence in being able to laugh, sneeze or cough without a second thought or being able to maintain a mutually satisfying sexual relationship with our partner. The only time women get any education about how to exercise and strengthen their pelvic floor muscles is fleetingly after childbirth, or when we have already developed a problem such as a prolapse or stress incontinence. Listen in to find out how you can transform your pelvic floor.
The focus of Drastic to Fantastic is to enable women to take charge of their life in the most holistic way. We can wait until we have a problem and seek to shift from Drastic to Fantastic or we can develop new patterns of living in which we begin to take care right now – and without doubt when women choose to to live consciously and choose what they do and think – they will transform their lives and improve their health, happiness and effectiveness in every way. Drastic to Fantastic helps women who are already struggling to transform or women who want to improve from where they are now.
In Monday 22nd July’s show Clara interviews Liva Nemeth of pelfixtechnique.co.uk about the importance of pelvic fitness and what women can do about it.
Livia Nemeth will also be one of the keynote speakers at the ‘Drastic to Fantastic women’s road show’ at the Croydon Conference Centre on the 23&24th November 2013.”
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