About Adore your Pelvic Floor and its Founder, Louise Field
Thank you for taking the time to look me up. I am an average woman, who is lucky to have given birth to 5 amazing boys. Through all the chaos I count my blessings every day.
On a personal level, I had noticed a slight change in my pelvic floor after my first 3 children, but until recent years hadn’t paid much attention to the odd bit of stress incontinence…inevitable I thought! I subsequently had a bladder and bowel prolapse after my twin boys were born, resulting in surgery. I was gutted…. this had an impact on my job in physical terms, my daily lifestyle, and sex life. I cannot thank my husband enough – he was brilliant and so were my family and friends, particularly on a practical level. Emotionally, with this being such a very personal issue I found it really hard. I did not feel feminine and my pelvic organ prolapse was constantly reminding me it was there.
I have been teaching exercise all my working life and became aware how many other women were suffering with pelvic floor issues. In fact there were many young mums requiring this ‘little op’???? As a fitness professional I felt compelled to research this issue in-depth. I have spoken to many women, men, doctors, and health professionals and began teaching pelvic floor awareness courses. I was amazed by the interest from people wanting to know more about this ‘sensitive’ area. I continued my research and have had the help and advice from the highly professional Katrina Wade, a practising Women’s and Men’s Health Specialist Physiotherapist.
All pelvic floor issues, be it pelvic pain, incontinence or sexual health, have an impact on our lives. The problems do not go away on their own without correct advice and exercise. This is why I have been driven to set up Adore Your Pelvic Floor offering teacher training workshops to Fitness and Health Professionals and the Adore Your Floor Programme for the general public. The CORRECT advice together with functional exercises are required to better manage and help restore pelvic health. Our Facebook group offers attendees continued support and advice with the opportunity to discuss experiences whilst also offering emotional support and understanding to each other.
I can’t thank people enough for the huge encouragement they have given me along the way – making this important programme possible.
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