Pelvic Floor by The Sex Ed

Stop and take a deep breath in, and out. With your next inhale, squeeze the muscles you would use to stop your pee, and hold them in. As you exhale, release those muscles. The muscles you just engaged in this practice make up your pelvic floor.

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manual (vol. 4): the pelvic floor

as a mission based business (we're a PBC) we believe in #bodiesintheknow. our ODDOmanuals are included with each purchase in-lieu of typical marketing materials. 

volume 4 was created with our content partner outer reach, providing the importance of our pelvic floor with exercises we can do to strengthen it. 

as an extension of our manuals, we've started a collection of related articles, videos, podcasts, series [resources - below] that we love and which have informed our own discovery. think we're missing something? email us at contact@oddobody.com with your feedback / suggestions!