• Pelvic Floor Coaching

    a whole-self health approach

  • How chronic tension in your body and life may be impacting your pelvic wellbeing.


    If you've been focussing on adding squeezes to your exercise regime but are finding that they aren't working for you, it may be because your pelvic muscles are already holding tension.


    Imagine that your shoulder muscles are tight (or perhaps you don't need to image), what would you do to help that? Most people would say to relax and release those muscles. Perhaps looking at wider lifestyle stuff that may be adding to the root causes of tension in your body. Or starting to look at what other movements might be adding to tension, perhaps you have long hours driving, at a desk or other repetitive tasks that could be afftecting your shoulders.


    It's the exact same approach that I can help you find with your pelvic muscles.


    Switching to using whole body movement, embodied awareness and working with your breath can help you understand your body better and learn how to support functional movement in everyday living. Adding these simple, effective movements into your life will help establish more healthy movement patterns benefiting your pelvic floor and more...



    • You've tried traditional approaches and they haven't been as successful as you'd hoped

    • You ready to make some changes

    • You're past the early-postpartum stage (if you have birthed)


    You might be:

    • Trying to conceive

    • 4+ months postpartum

    • Perimenopausal

    • Postmenopause


    Not sure if you have tight pelvic floor muscles?

    You could get checked by a pelvic health physio.

    If you have hypotonic muscles, this approach will still be helpful because it's about finding balance in the pelvis and in your body rather than a fixed


    This is not for you if:

    • You are looking for a quick fix

    • You aren't willing to make the daily changes

    - minumum requirement aprox 10mins a day for at least 5 days a week (no fancy kit required) -


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  • What's different ?

    Shift habits ✅

    Many people find their daily habits 'undo' the work done in a once-a-week session or ocaisional bodywork.

    No weights / kit needed ❌

    We use basic, adaptable kit that can be found around your home to make these changes easy as possible.

    Trauma Informed ✅

    Emilie's a certified embodied trauma coach and works sensitively.

    No need to be postpartum ❌

    It can be months or years after having baby before joining and getting benefit of classes.

    Whole Body Approach ✅

    That means your emotions too. Living with pelvic issues takes it's toll on the whole of you. This approach involves moving your body better and treating yourself with kindness.

    No sweat ❌

    This isn't a sweaty workout. Starting with deep core foundations and developing into more fluid and dynamic movements.

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  • What are sessions like?


    "The best thing about these workshops for me has been having the space to slow down and feel into my body. Learning about the way the body works and being able to consider a different way of working with the pelvic floor from doing squeezes has also been a real gift.

    I have been surprised by how making the smallest of movements has had a big impact on the way that my body feels. Let go of all the common things you have been told about the pelvic floor and come to one of Emilie's classes and listen and move more consciously and see what happens."


               - C, Frome

  • Join the list for a space in my next

    small group coaching course

    Please let me know your preference for timings and I'll get back to you as soon as a group opens.


    Groups have less than 5 people in them so you get plenty of personal attention.


    Your investment is

    • attending fortnightly sessions

    • 10 mins to practice 5 days a week

    • being up for making changes

    • save 20% if you book up in advance, £192 for 12 weeks of support, or choose a payment plans at £80/month.


    - no obligation at this stage -

    Register your interest here:


    1-2-1 packages

    Book a bespoke package of 5 pelvic floor classes one-to-one with Emilie, timed to suit you in Frome, Bath, Bristol, Bradford-on-Avon or online.

    Get time and attention to look at your individual circumstances and get a plan designed for your life.
    A realistic, self-paced plan that will give you a different approach to pelvic health.

    • 5 private sessions (1 x 60 min - 4 x 45 minutes)
    • embodied whole body, whole life approach
    • video exercise reminders
    • progress in your own time

    £290 for 5 sessions

    (£375 if booked individually - more than 25% discount )

    - payment plans available on request -


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  • Emilie's approach

    Rooted in anatomy, embodiment and practical biomechanics.


    As well as the trainings below, Emilie's completed an in-person training with Katy Bowman of Nutritious Movement, and courses in PRESS Yoga and Felmale Pelvic Floor Training with pelvic pain expert Isa Herrera.

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    Franklin Method Pelvic Facia Trainer


    The Franklin Method is a highly effective, evidence-based approach to movement education focusing on the body and its function.

    It has been practiced for some 30 years and taught at numerous illustrious institutions around the globe.

    Dynamic Neurocognitive Imagery is at the heart of the Franklin Method – this is the use of metaphorical mental imagery to support the development of healthy physical function, strength, mobility and coordination. In other words, we combine visualization techniques with physical exercises to improve movement.

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    Your Pelvic Matters Trained Teacher

    A full-body approach to pelvic floor rehabilitation designed specifically for women with

    • pelvic floor problems (prolapse, sneeze wee, urge incontinence),
    • pelvic pain (hips, lower back, groin and/or pubic area)
    • persistent monthly menstrual cramps, and
    • pregnant women wanting to prepare their pelvic floor for a natural delivery
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    Embodied Yoga Principles

    Embodied Yoga Principles emphasises psychological self-awareness and transfer of skills to daily-life. EYP is mindfulness-based and incorporates elements of life coaching, body therapy, dance, bodywork, improv. and martial arts.
    It's a practical, non-dogmatic approach that is both simple and effective.
    Founded on priciples of awareness, and choice, it's a trauma sensitive approach to making movement matter and applying yoga to real life situations.
  • Many people live with leaks and the feeling that they can’t do all the things they’d like to in life.

    It takes people an average of 5 years to get help with pelvic floor issues.
    (that sucks.)

    Some exercises can increase  pressure to your core and pelvic floor.

    Squeezes don't work for everyone.

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