The pelvic floor is the biggest fan of your clitoris, constantly cheering it on and supporting it’s success.
The Vagina Rehab Doctor is a Pelvic Physical Therapist and Board Certified Women's Health Specialist. She also is leading the pack of the Vagina CEO community,#bigvulvaenergy train, and all things vaginal happiness. Her job is to create a global culture of radical vaginal health education and radical self love.
Why vagina rehab is a gift.
Your pelvic floor is responsible for ensuring sex is pain free, creating strong orgasms, controlling the dynamics of laughter, and stimulating relief and surge endorphines you feel when you urinate and have a bowel movement.
Posture & Pregnancy
Your vaginal walls and pelvic floor assist in not just keeping you upright but supporting your pelvic organs like your bladder, uterus, and rectum in a position that’s comfortable. Your pelvic floor is additionally responsible for the passageway of the baby during delivery and helps you to recover your sense of strength and power, post-partum.
Pee & Poop
Peeing or pooping your pants is generally caused by some level of dysfunction in the pelvic floor (like weakness or tightness). But on a more positive note-when your pelvic floor functions optimally, it’s also responsible for easy and strain free pooping and the complete emptying of the bladder.
The Vagina Rehab Academy
Each month, the academy opens it’s virtual classroom to teach you something vital about your vaginal health. The cost for each session will vary depending on the depth and length of the class. Right now, the next masterclass on June 12, 2022 is priced at $54.99. This 2 hour masterclass is held on zoom + recorded for your convenience and emailed directly to all registranrs regardless of your presence in the live course. All registrants are encouraged to have a quiet environment, something to take notes with and a spirit that exudes #BigVulvaEnergy.
The Vagiphone Blog
This blog serves as a motivator to encourage you to turn up the volume and un-mute yourself when it comes to your vaginal health. The blog publishes on a monthly basis and will discuss and explain various vaginal concerns that affect the community of Vagina CEO’s. Topics of interest will include but are not limited to: pelvic pain, sex, menstrual cycles, bladder control, bowel health, pelvic floor strengthening/training, vaginal immune function, nutrition, vaginal infections, pregnancy, posture, pleasure, and more.