Strengthen Your Pelvic Floor Muscles With Fitness Instructor Susan Gala

June 21, 2011

Wellness

On “Feel and Look Fabulous” Health Talk for Women Radio Show: Susan Gala, a Licensed Massage Therapist and AFAA group fitness instructor joined holistic women’s radio host Irina Wardas

Holistic Women’s Radio Topic for Discussion: Pelvic Floor Exercises, Strengthen your Pelvic Floor Muscles to Support the Vital Organs, including the Bladder, Uterus, and Rectum.


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Susan Gala is a Licensed Massage Therapist, certified STOTT® Pilates Practioner, AFAA group fitness instructor with over 25yrs. experience as a lifestyle and wellness professional. Her intention is to guide women through life’s journey by rejuvenating their Health and Vitality from the inside out with Joy and Pleasure.Holistic Women Radio Show: Pelvic Floor Exercises and Incontinence in Women

Integrating Health, Wellness, and Vitality lifestyles is her passion. She has combined her knowledge and expertise of Anatomy, Physiology, Pilates and Movement to create Sexhercise®, the method that addresses pelvic floor awareness.

The Sexhercise® Method pelvic floor exercises were  developed to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles that support the vital organs including the bladder, uterus, and rectum. Sexhercise® helps restore bladder weakness, reduce the stress of urgency and enhance sexual desire.


Suggested Women’s Podcast Interview Questions:


Are there food that I should avoid?

Where are the pelvic floor muscles?

Doctors say to do Kegels – “squeeze and release”- what does that mean?

Are there weight machines in the gym to help us strengthen our pelvic floor muscles?
Will strengthening our pelvic floor muscles with pelvic floor exercises increase women’s sexual desire?

How often do we need to practice the Sexhercise® program to feel results?

Breathe, smile and be happy.

© Irina Wardas, HHC

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