Pelvic Floor Muscle Training Specialist

Hi, I'm Kathi Janssens, my workshops, online and in Sydney, can empower & support you to improve your continence, manage your urgencies & prolapse & enhance your intimate pleasure.
Sydney WorkshopsFree Quick Strength Boost


Your goal

is to increase and maintain your pelvic floor strength and condition with highly focused, clinically proven pelvic floor muscle training and everyday protective strategies.

You need

a quick exercise solution for your pelvic floor muscles that you can whip out when and where you get the chance to do it and easy to implement solutions to secure results.

You have

an exercise plan for your pelvic floor already but you want to maximise its effectiveness and your chance of success.

You want

to vamp up or restart the Kegel portion of your pelvic floor treatment plan and go further with your practices than ever before.


Kegels before without results and you’re ready to give them another red hot go because you know it would be a great thing for you.

I’m here to help you to elevate yourself to the most powerful position to achieve and secure optimal pelvic floor function.

The self-management practices I’ll help you to embrace are considered by healthcare professionals worldwide to be the most effective treatment for incontinence, prolapse, and diminished intimate sensation. They’re safe to practice and show high clinical effectiveness.

The Discreetly Fit method can enable you to easily fit top-quality pelvic floor muscle training into your life. You can achieve great results with my 1/day, 5-10 minutes of highly focused training, which is also interesting enough to keep you engaged in continued practice. Everything else is implemented during your everyday activities.

I’ll even help you to stay on track with regular online practice groups so you can achieve your very best for your pelvic floor.

You’re not alone!

Most women are unsure about pelvic floor exercises and find them boring.

Standard verbal or written instructions are not enough to prepare most women to engage in successful and sustainable pelvic floor muscle training. So they miss out on the terrific benefits it can deliver.

During a Discreetly Fit Workshop you’ll learn the right way to powerfully exercise your pelvic floor muscles without any equipment or special set up.  

  • Women aged 45-59 experiencing bladder control issues 50% 50%
  • Mothers with some level of prolapse 50% 50%
  • Women who are not interested in having sex 54.8% 54.8%
  • Women who are unable to achieve a quality pelvic floor contraction 51% 51%
  • Women who can be rehabilitated from incontinence without surgery 84% 84%


Pelvic Floor Exercises & Strategies Workshops - Sydney & surroundings

This is our 4-hour long signature program. You will benefit from learning with Real-Time Ultrasound (private & non-invasive), which is a sure way of knowing you’re doing your pelvic floor exercises correctly. After this workshop, you can gain complete control of your pelvic floor strength. Max. 10 participants/workshop.


Discreetly Fit On-Demand

Choose this option if you prefer self-paced, independent learning. You can start at any time. The program content is delivered via videos, downloadable notes, and audio files. This option includes full Help Desk Support and 30-day access to the VIP pages of this website.

My Pelvic Floor Works

This fabulous online program combines the Discreetly Fit Workshop and our 30 Day Reform for exceptional effectiveness. This time- and cost-efficient program is right for you if you enjoy fully guided online learning. During this 2-months long journey, you will not only learn powerful exercises and strategies but have a chance to put them into practice with my personal support.

30 Day Reform

This is our ongoing support program. It’s a practice group offered to participants who have completed one of our programs and it run in March, July, and November. It’s a super motivating, supportive, and cost-efficient offering. It’s designed to help you to stay on track with your pelvic floor practices.

The Revive Your Pelvic Floor Mini Course will quickly get you on the right track so you can start enjoying great benefits.

What to Expect from a Workshop

The Discreetly Fit Pelvic Floor Training

You’ll learn to correctly perform the Discreetly Fit Training, which is a modern and progressive way to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles. It contains five carefully selected and tested easy-to-learn pelvic floor exercises. They’re all richly potent to bring you satisfying results by improving pelvic floor muscle condition, coordination, endurance, speed, and relaxation.

You’ll be able to practice with audio files to ensure best-quality performance and assist in adherence to training. To keep things interesting, there are new routines produced three times a year.

The Discreetly Fit Teaching Method

You’ll learn the Discreetly Fit Training with a highly specialised, unique and fun learning technique, which will bring out your natural ability to connect with your pelvic floor. 

The Discreetly Fit Teaching Method was developed and super-refined over 15 years of face-to-face teaching with Real-Time Ultrasounds

Protective Strategies

The Discreetly Fit Training coupled with protective everyday strategies create a powerful combination to strengthen and protect your bladder control, correct organ position, optimal core function, and sexual sensation, so these are included in all workshop.

Your pelvic floor power will be given an immediate boost by some of the strategies, while others are designed to improve and sustain its condition over time.

Ongoing Support

Once you have completed the Discreetly Fit Workshop, you will be able to join the online support program called 30-Day Pelvic Floor Reform, three times per year. This is a super-motivational, cost-efficient, guided program specifically designed to assist you to stay on track with your pelvic floor exercises and strategies.

No Embarrassing Questions

You will only ever be asked a few questions to ensure that your participation in the Discreetly Fit program is beneficial for you at this time. These can be viewed here.

No Examinations

The Discreetly Fit Training and strategies show a universally beneficial impact on pelvic floors, just like brushing does for teeth; therefore, no examinations are required to learn my exercises and strategies.

No Vaginal Devices

There is no need for you to invest in any exercise device. Unrestricted muscle movement is the most powerful form of pelvic floor exercise. This also eliminates the need for ongoing equipment maintenance or the need to be dependent on the insertion of an internal device for the purpose of training.

Comfortable Space

Most women value privacy when it comes to addressing their pelvic floor issues. The Discreetly Fit space is relaxed and comfortable space for in-person workshops and a convenient and easy-to-navigate online program for those at home.

Sharing stories is optional, and there are no obligatory individual introductions.

All in-person workshops are restricted to a maximum of 10 participants, so you can enjoy a fun group-learning experience while receiving personalised attention.

 How are Discreetly Fit exercises different?


Each Discreetly Fit exercise is carefully selected and tested to deliberately target all the crucial areas of pelvic floor muscle development that you need in everyday life, resulting in improved strength, speed, coordination, endurance, and relaxation.


The Discreetly Fit Training Method not only emphasises the absolute correct technique but also purposefully creates maximum diverse movement and the ideal training intensity for your pelvic floor muscles to respond with improved condition and function.


Sequencing Discreetly Fit Exercises in different variations create FUN and engaging training routines. This eliminates boredom, which is one of the biggest hurdles in maintaining the usual pelvic floor exercise practices.


You can easily perform all powerhouse Discreetly Fit pelvic floor training routines in 5–10 minutes once a day, anywhere, anytime, without the aid of any internal vaginal devices and without anyone knowing you are doing them.

“I can thank you for your course which I went to at Balmain in 2013. I have joined in on your 30 Day Pelvic Floor Reform three times every year since then. I practice your Pelvic Floor Exercises nearly every day and feel enervated and stronger each time. Thank you.”

Sally Lockrey

“It is really important to me to maintain my pelvic floor health. The course was very informative and I really appreciated the voice recordings online. I think that all women should take this course to prevent pelvic floor weakness in later life.”

Daisy Little



Will this work for me?

I’m confident in saying, ‘Yes, it will!’ Pelvic floor training involves a variety of pelvic floor muscle contraction exercises that, when practiced correctly, achieve optimal loading. With regular training, the pelvic floor muscles respond to this kind of stimulus by increasing in strength and thickness. This has proven to be beneficial for everyone, regardless of age or fitness level.

How long before I see results?

Exercise has an almost-immediate effect on muscles. Most women report feeling a difference in their pelvic floor muscle strength by the second week of practice. Within 10 weeks, you will likely feel markedly stronger than when you started. Of course, this depends on many factors, including your present muscle condition and age.

Is this right for me?

The Discreetly Fit program is a great fit for you during all phases of your life, irrespective of whether you experience pelvic floor issues or not.

This is because the pelvic floor muscles always respond with increased strength to correctly performed, specifically targeted exercises.

So, pelvic floor training can help to remedy muscle weakness related bladder/bowel control issues and prolapse.

What if I'm too weak to learn?

If your muscles can move, you can teach them to exercise. You don’t have to be strong to begin learning; your present pelvic floor condition is the perfect condition in which to start.

The Discreetly Fit Teaching Methods, both online and in-person, is thorough and consider the varying individual pelvic floor muscle capabilities of women when they begin.

Who shouldn't sign up?

If you’re seeking professional development in the field of pelvic floor health this course probably isn’t right for you.

If your pelvic floor muscles are unable to relax this course isn’t right for you either at this particular point in time. Click here to see if you’re at risk of having hypertonic muscles.

What's involved?

Overall, Discreetly Fit Workshops are not physically demanding.

There are two components involved: (a) sitting and listening to information and (b) learning the Discreetly Fit Pelvic Floor Muscle Training.

The exercises involved are learned in a variety of different positions. If any position feels uncomfortable (e.g. kneeling), you can easily substitute it by a position that provides more comfort and suits your requirements.

Is this safe?

Yes, Discreetly Fit Workshops are completely safe. They contain information devised from physiotherapy practices that are strictly evidence-based.

Pelvic health physiotherapist, Mary O’Dwyer, has worked closely with me to create the Discreetly Fit program content so that it reflects the latest health and exercise research.

There are no fads, trends, or gadgets involved. I teach you only what research has proved will work.

Can my muscles become too tight from your exercises?

There is no evidence to suggest that correctly performed pelvic floor exercises result in overly tight muscles.

The Discreetly Fit Training does not only emphasise your muscles to effectively contract but also to fully relax. This movement encourages the optimal strengthening of your pelvic floor.

I’m seeing a physio/gynaecologist, will I still benefit from this program?

Yes, you will! You have found the perfect complement to the treatments you are already receiving or have received. I can help you to do your part in making sure your symptoms don’t return.

I’ll also help you to stay on track with your pelvic floor self-management practices via the 30-Day Pelvic Floor Reform.

Can I do Pilates/Yoga or core training instead?

Current research has the strongest support for pelvic floor exercises as a form of physical activity to remedy bladder-control issues and manage prolapse, however, support for Pilates and like practices are emerging and promising.

Consider performing these with pelvic floor exercises in combination. It’s good to have pelvic floor muscle training handy anyway, in case you ever drop out from attending classes.

Do I need this if I’m pre- or post-surgery?

Yes, you do. Pelvic floor exercises become especially important prior to or following pelvic floor repair surgery or hysterectomy. They strengthen the tissues of the pelvic floor so that stitches hold better, and you will have a higher chance for long-term success post-procedure.

Pop in to ask your surgeon to seek advice on when the best time is to gently start exercising your pelvic floor muscles post-op.

I’m pregnant. Should I wait to do this after childbirth?

It’s best not to wait. The benefits of pelvic floor exercises performed during pregnancy are well documented; they improve continence and can produce better birthing outcomes for you and your baby.

If you learn our training during pregnancy, you can perform pelvic floor exercises immediately after childbirth, which is the optimal time to begin.

“I have been supporting and recommending the Discreetly Fit Course for over a decade, why? Because I believe in its effectiveness and I have no hesitation in sending my students to do her course.”

Corinne Doret

Founder of Hills Yoga & PowerBirth

“The Discreetly Fit Course is a MUST for all women no matter what age or stage of life. Kathi presents in a very warm and friendly manner and gives such good, clear information that is relevant for everyone.”

Bianca Machliss

Director, Yoga Synergy

100% Money Back Guarantee

If you don’t learn anything new from your chosen program, we will be happy to refund your money. No questions asked.

Any questions?