Pelvic Floor Exercises That Every Woman Should Do

Hi Beauties!

A new video is live over on my YouTube channel! As always, a little disclaimer that this pelvic floor exercise video was filmed BEFORE I was pregnant, so what you see on the screen is no longer an accurate representation of my body shape or my physical capabilities. 🙂

But it’s videos like this that are so helpful before and after pregnancy. The pelvic floor is immensely affected by child bearing and child birth so this workout is perfect for all women who need a little help in that area.

I think you’re going to love it!


This workout is not big and flashy, but it includes pelvic floor exercises that are extremely effective for pelvic floor strengthening and rehabilitation. It’s perfect for anyone who is dealing with pelvic floor pain, incontinence, recovering from surgery or returning to exercise postpartum.

It’s gentle, intentional, and safe for those with diastasis recti.

Give it a try and let me know how it goes….

CLICK HERE to watch the workout directly on YouTube.

Leave a comment when you’re done and let me know how you’re feeling!


PS – Did you enjoy this workout? Be sure to check out my Pilates Resistance Band Workout for another quick and effective workout. 🙂 And if you are curious as to what you should eat before a workout, you’ll love this interview with Whitney E. RD!

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  1. Heather 2 weeks ago

    I had my baby 7 months ago. I am really struggling to work my core/pelvic floor. The muscles in my lower back and SI joints feel very tight and achy all the time but seem to get aggravated whenever I try to do these exercises (I have mainly been doing the diastasis recti video on the blog here). I am very conscientious of maintaining a neutral spine. I am wondering if it would be helpful to place a folded towel underneath my back where that natural curve should be? I had no idea I would still have pains like this 7 months postpartum. I have been a very active person for years and it is very frustrating to feel hindered by these aches and pains.

    • Teddi Lamons 2 weeks ago

      Hi Heather! It would be a great idea to put a small towel under your back to support that natural curve. However, make sure your towel isn’t too thick to avoid over-exaggerating the curve. 🙂

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