No one wants to worry about sneeze pee

Leaking pee when you cough, sneeze, jump on a trampoline or lift heavy weights is so common it's often considered just a "normal" part of being a woman.

Pelvic floor disorders are a problem for many women, whether or not they've given birth, and they're on the rise.

While Kegels are the common go to solution, they fall short and fail to address what's really causing the issues.

In this complimentary, interactive webinar, discover what you can do to stabilize your pelvis and strengthen your pelvic floor, no Kegels required.

woman crossing legs to prevent peeing

During this free webinar, we'll explore:

  • why there's way more to pelvic floor function than your pelvic floor
  • what strength and mobility gaps you have that set you up for pelvic floor issues
  • how your standing habits undermine your pelvic floor
  • whether or not you should squat instead of Kegel
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Hi, I'm Lisa Gillispie. I created this webinar because too many women are settling for sneeze pee rather than addressing this early warning sign. I'm a Nutritious Movement certified Restorative Exercise Specialist. I have a private practice in Columbus, OH integrating craniosacral therapy, Somatic Experiencing and whole body alignment. I'm passionate about helping women banish sneeze pee, decrease pain and and learn to move comfortably.