Kegels That Work: A Workshop for Women Who Want to Stop Guessing + Take Back Control


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A lot of people believe kegels will fix ANY pelvic floor issue...


  • Pee when you sneeze? Do kegels.
  • Pee constantly? Kegels.
  • Pain with sex? Kegels again. 


The problem is that if you don't fully understand WHEN, WHY, and HOW to do them, kegels could actually make things worse...


...meaning a lot of wasted time and effort - and more pelvic floor problems in the future.


Then again, when they are done right, kegels can end incontinence, increase sexual pleasure, and put you back in control of your body.


You just have to know the WHEN, WHY and HOW-TOs.


If you have tried kegels and they failed you.... if you have been craving a more holistic approach that takes into account everyday life, posture, activities and routines, this workshop is for you.


A healthy pelvic floor is SO MUCH MORE interesting than kegels.


What’s inside Kegels That Work? It’s nothing complicated… it’s just stuff nobody’s told you before, like:

  • Why you don’t necessarily want a “tight” pelvic floor… and when tightness could actually be the CAUSE of your problems.
  • How everyday life (sitting, lifting, carrying) are opportunities to improve your pelvic floor symptoms
  • How to self-assess your own pelvic floor to find out once and for all whether Kegels are actually right for you
  • Why peeing a lot may not mean you’re “too loose” after all.
  • And a whole lot more!

Even better, we included a self-assessment section so that every single person could better understand their pelvic floor + know whether kegels were actually what they needed to be doing. (hint: they are definitely not the solution for every pelvic health issue!)

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Your Instructor

Lindsey Vestal is the founder of The Functional Pelvis, the first in-home pelvic health practice in New York City run by an Occupational Therapist. She has helped thousands of people overcome chronic pelvic health challenges like incontinence and pelvic pain. Her goal is to empower women and men to listen to the wisdom of their own bodies—without resorting to invasive surgeries or prescription drugs—so they can heal and get back to enjoying life again. She takes a different approach from other pelvic health experts. In fact, She doesn't really take an “expert” approach at all. Instead, she relies on her clients to share their expertise about their own bodies. That way she can offer the personalized support they need to regain control of their basic bodily functions.

She understands that no one else knows your body better than you.

She considers the whole person, not just outward physical symptoms.

She doesn’t believe kegels are a one-stop shop for every pelvic floor dysfunction.