You – Her – Us – Kegels
Discreetly Fit is, first and foremost, about you. She is your warm and caring helper who serves you in a spectacularly life-saving fashion, effectively placing you in charge of your intimate well being. Her single aim is to help you look after the only pelvic base you have, feel happy in your skin and live life with a fire in your belly (whether you want to climb Machu Picchu or read a book in your cozy living room).
There are so many programs and gadgets promising magical results.
WHY SHOULD I CHOOSE DISCREETLY FIT?
I was born in Hungary 35 years ago (a good number of years now), and I haven’t stopped exercising since. I began my exercise journey with grand, complex movements as an Olymic-level gymnast and reduced my routine to Kegel exercises in 2005.
Previously, I worked as a presenter for Nike, a cabin crew member for Emirates, a Sports and Fitness Program coordinator for the Dubai police force, and a revue dancer at the Moulin Rouge.
Today, I am overjoyed to facilitate the Discreetly Fit Program and to provide personal support for those women who join in.
I am an expert in teaching Kegel exercises to women who simply want to learn them, who need them, who have no idea how to do them, who are unsure or confused about them, are afraid of them, curious about them, and who have already tried them and gotten nowhere or want to learn them as a birthday present to themselves.
I love my work and I am admittedly addicted to the growing shimmer of my clients’ appreciation and achievements.
I am also a devoted mother, a mediocre cook and a great rollerbalder.
Mary is an Australian pelvic health physiotherapist who truly understands the results women can achieve with the right resources.
Mary generously reviews the Discreetly Fit program content to ensure that the information presented is the very best in pelvic floor health and is synced with the latest reserach.
You will meet Mary at the Discreetly Fit Café, which is our private online forum, during our 30 Day Reforms, where she provides answers to question, drawing from the depth of her impressive fountain of knowledge. To raise awareness of prevention and treatment of pelvic floor issues in women Mary has published “My Pelvic Flaw”, “Hold It Sister” (The Confident Girls’ Guide to a Leak-Free Life) and “Hold It Mama” (The Pelvic Floor and Core Guide to Pregnancy, Birth and Beyond).
Her voluntary work for the Australian Continence Association involves speaking at forums and educational events and conducting workshops for fitness trainers, allied health professionals and midwives.
Mary is also a faboulus bee keeper and honey maker, and she loves playing with her adorable grandchildren.