This book was written for you, if you....
- experience vaginal tightness
- suffer from vaginismus or vulvodynia
- experience pelvic pain after giving birth
- experience internal scarring or vaginal stenosis following radiotherapy to the vagina or cervix
- suffer from pain after gynaecolgical surgery
- suffer from sexual discomfort
- suffer from chronic pelvic pain and bladder pain
The main part of this book is a step-by-step self-help programme - easy to fit in your daily routine. In 7 simple steps you will learn how to overcome these conditions using empowering exercises. You'll learn gentle and safe exercises to discover, awaken and relax the pelvic floor. You will learn simple techniques to reduce stress and fear of pain. Yes, it takes time, practice and effort. If you want to get results using this programme you'll have to take action. But if you are willing to follow these 7 simple steps of the author's programme, you will be amazed by the results.
Yes it takes time, practice and effort but you have to do someting. You will have to take action - you will be amazed by the results, just like so many women who've followed this program have.
Published in 2014, 150 pages, soft cover.
Designed to work with vaginal dilators - also sold by us. Click on the vaginal dilators/trainers tab to view our range.
About the Author:
- Claudia Amherd is an experienced and well known therapist, author and trainer specialised in treatment and rehabilitation of pelvic pain and pelvic floor disorders, vaginismus, dyspareunia and vulvodynia for more than a decade.
- She developed the methods sexerciseflow® for training and treatment of pelvic pain and pelvic floor dysfunction and vaginismus besiegen® (beat vaginismus) a step-by-step programme for vaginismus therapy.
- In addition, she has been trained in the treatment of pre- and postpartum women.
- She trains as well physical therapists, sexual therapists and other professionals in pelvic floor and genito-pelvic pain therapy.
- Claudia was born in Basilea, Switzerland. Her mother is Swiss/German, her father is from Guyana, South-America. She moved to spain in 2009 and has lived in Palma ever since.