My Virtual Vaginal Fitness Salon
(Join my waitlist for the fall) 

I’m currently booked for discovery sessions during November but use the form below to join my waitlist and I’ll reach out to you as my schedule for the fall opens up! The first step to getting 1 on 1 virtual sessions with me is scheduling a free 10 minute video discovery call with me to see if we’re a match and if I can help you with your vaginal and pelvic floor challenges! When spots open up, ill contact you to schedule your discovery call. After that, treatment sessions will be out-of-pocket pay and you’ll be required to book in packages of 3, 6, 9, or 12 sessions. The package I recommend for you will depend on severity of you condition and your financial capabilities.

Initial visit: $175, Follow up visits: $125

I can work with you if you have: vaginismus, vulvodynia, stress incontinence, period pain, low sex drive, pelvic pain, painful endometriosis, urinary frequency, urinary urgency, stress incontinence, urge incontinence, recurrent UTI symptoms, interstitial cystitis, vaginal flatus (vaginal farting/queefing), and prolapse.

Below, please let me know your: name, email, and your and a brief description of what your symptoms/chief concerns are.



If you experience bladder leaks when you sneeze or cough, this is a sign you have stress incontinence. Stress incontinence is all about improving the way your pelvic floor handles pressure. If you know you experience leakage that bothers you, has you in pads you don’t want to wear, leads to embarrassment and insecurities, and you know you need actual help for your pelvic floor and not just hacks, then you can sign up here to work with me 1 on 1 so we can do this together! Or, you can start by downloading the image below to start incorporating this easy hack to aid you in staying dry or drier with sneezing and coughing! Our posture should be upright, fancy, and boujee! This includes when you cough and sneeze! Sit, stand and sneeze like a royal. 


This 1 simple upper body postural change accomplishes 3 things:

1. It limits pressure on your bladder by elongating your spine.
2. It gets your upper body in spinal neutral so your diaphragm is in it’s optimal position.
3. It re-distributes the forces so your upper body takes more of the load which relieves your pelvic floor from doing all the work.