WE WOULD LIKE TO SHARE OUR FANTASTIC NEWS.
HOLD IT SISTER IS NOW AVAILABLE IN WATERSTONES BOOK STORES IN THE UK AND ON AMAZON
They are selling out fast. This is a limited edition.
Welcome to Hold It Sister
It’s estimated around 40% of women live with bladder control problems. 50% with pelvic organ prolapse. In many cases, this is due to weak or uncoordinated pelvic floor muscles. Hold it Sister is the revolutionary new exercise program by Australian Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist Mary O’Dwyer.
Hold it Sister will help you:
- Understand how your pelvic floor works
- Find, control and train your pelvic floor muscles
- Gain improved sexual sensation
- Recover control after child birth or surgery
- Adopt the 10 protective pelvic floor habits
- Learn the 6 harmful habits to avoid
- Learn the correct information to teach your daughter
- Understand which exercises damage the pelvic floor
From the sidebar (right) you can:
- Purchase the Hold It Sister book or e-book at our secure shop at www.incostress.com
- Register to receive the Hold It Sister newsletter and workshop announcements – these apply to Australia
- Complete the FREE Hold It Sister Bladder & Orgasm Risk Profile
- Register for Workshops in Australia
About Mary O’Dwyer
Mary O’Dwyer is a pelvic floor physiotherapist, trained at the Universities of Queensland and Melbourne.
Mary brings over 30 years clinical and teaching experience to her books and programs on effective pelvic floor training.
Everyday in her clinical work Mary hears women’s stories of pelvic floor failure and pain. Through education and physical retraining these women develop life changing self awareness, a feeling of empowerment to control pelvic floor problems and gain a renewed enjoyment of life.
Hoping to reach more women than her professional practice allows, ‘Hold it Sister’ is set to transform women’s knowledge of their pelvic floor and its central role in the female body.
Mary runs workshops for women about finding and controlling their pelvic floor and teaches the Fitness Industry about the effect of exercise on the female pelvic floor. She has become an advocate for introducing new protocols and safe exercise guidelines into the Fitness Industry for women with Pelvic Floor Dysfunction.
Having witnessed the effect of pelvic floor dysfunction from her patients’ stories, Mary is determined to educate women about their pelvic floor health, to enlighten and empower them in the management of relevant problems, while giving them the confidence to make informed decisions
Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist
Senior Teaching Fellow, Bond University, Gold Coast
Author ‘Hold It Sister’, Speaker
We associate weak pelvic floor muscles with weak bladders, but did you know that weak pelvic floor muscles affect men and women and can mean the difference between a health sex life or a life of unsatisfied silence.
Find out more if you you are in the danger zone by taking Mary’s Bladder and Orgasm test. (All information is never shared and is confidential) No recording of your score is recorded. Follow this link to take the test.