This is the culmination of 10 years of work toward creating an inexpensive (less than $200) nonsurgical solution to bladder control problems. The best part is the Pfilates Program can be performed at home without ever visiting a doctor. As I have said many times; bladder control is a fitness issue and deserves a serious fitness solution. The Pfilates project began in 2008 and was really an attempt to discover a more practicable method of pelvic floor fitness training for my own patients. We studied over 100 different Yoga, Pilates, and personal training movements and discovered ten that passively engage the pelvic floor. When a voluntary pelvic floor contraction (Kegel) is added to the Pfilates movement much stronger pelvic floor contractions are achieved; in the range of 20 – 60% stronger than an isolated Kegel exercise. Clinical data from The…
Well it is just a few short weeks until The VESy Pfilates Program makes its way to the UK for the first time. We could not be more grateful and excited knowing that we are about to meet Great Britten’s Pelvic Floor Pioneers. Thank you in advance. I am told we still have a few spots for the Sunday Course (September 29th 22013) so don’t wait to get signed up. Contact Sarah today at Sarahpilates@sarahpilates.com to reserve your spot. Each of our students will receive a Pfilates Kit, Certification in the Pfilates Method, and a demonstration of the VESy Lab (check out vesylab.com). This course, led by American Urogynecologist Dr Bruce Crawford, is designed to give you new and unique professional opportunities that will improve the quality of pelvic floor health in your community. www.pfilates.com www.vesylab.com Email Sarah: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Pfilates Certification course this Saturday in Seattle is still open for registration. This one day course will provide advanced training in pelvic floor rehabilitation and will also provide a demonstration of the VESy Lab. email email@example.com for more into!
When it comes to pelvic floor analysis and recovery Lead Pilates in Saskatoon Saskatchewan has it all. The first Canadian VESy Lab has been installed and is ready to for use in the prairie province. Jana Danielson is the spearhead for this venture and has made a huge step forward for both women and men living with pelvic floor dysfunction in this part of the country. Thank Jana, Jill and the entire Lead Pilates team for your vision and courage.
After a crazy blog spam attach I think we are all cleaned up and ready to move forward. We have made such progress over the last several months and I want all of our instructors to know about vesylab.com Please check it out. If you would like to be listed on the Find and Instructor page let me know along with your contact information so I can get your practice listed. Visit veslylab.com and check out the membership page.
Just getting ready to head to the airport for the long ride back to Nevada from Halifax Nova Scotia. A special thank you to the course participants. I am grateful for their participation, their thoughtful insights, and interest in the pelvic floor. I am always so impressed with the quality of professional we are able to attract. I realize this is largely because of our wonderful Canadian Course Coordinator Kim Vopni. Kim and I were talking over dinner last night about the possibility of getting the N.S. PTs organized into a collective to purchase a VESy Lab they can share. New concept but a good fit for this amazing community of women’s health specialists. We will be working on this in the weeks ahead. Thank you Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Love you…. BSC
What a great post. In case you didn’t read it here is another chance. thank you for this thoughtful and interesting post… Published in the April issue of the journal Obstetrics and Gynecology is a very interesting article about the association of Vitamin D levels and pelvic floor disorders such as urinary incontinence. The findings include: 1. Low Vit D (
VESy stands for video-emg synchronization. This tool is the most cutting edge method of fitness training for the pelvic floor. Here is how it works…. Clients are taught the 10 Pfilates movements by one of our certified Pfitness instructors. The Pfilates movements were selected based on EMG research done by Dr. Bruce Crawford in 2008-2009. These movements naturally contract the pelvic floor muscles and are used in a way that gets the pelvic floor firing better than traditional “Kegel” exercises. Once our clients understand how to do the movements they are hooked up to 4 channel wireless EMG (electromyography) sensors to monitor the pelvic floor muscles as well as the other muscle groups used to get the pelvic floor firing. Each of the ten Pfilates movements are recorded with video synchronized to the EMG record so we can determine which…
I need to hear from my followers re: the video podcast Now THAT’S Awkward. Send comments and suggestions for topics to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are launching a video podcast series soon and we need your help. I need to create a topic list and you can help. Please help! Send me a “comment” that includes the most awkward life situation(s) you can think of. Do you want to be a guest? Let me know that also. Thanks for your help. I hope to get a good response, I hope you like the format, I hope the podcast is a big success…..if not….well……That would be awkward.