Pregnancy, Birth & Beyond Workshop


For best birth outcomes, fast recovery, awesome bladder control, protection from prolapse, core strength and sexual pleasure.

This workshop offers a Real-Time Ultrasound scan (optional, private, non-invasive) to help you to learn pelvic floor exercises in the best possible way.

Maximum 10 participants/workshop.

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Workshop Outline

A Speed Date with your Pelvic Floor
Be prepared to be introduced to your pelvic floor. Build a conscious protective relationship with it through understanding. Become a confident caretaker of your base so you can successfully strengthen it and keep it working well.

The Perfect Contraction
Getting your pelvic floor contraction right unlocks the gates to your results. Precise and in-depth instructions and the use of Real-Time Ultrasound will take you way beyond standard instructions and will vanish any uncertainties you may have.
There will be a heightened focus on pelvic floor relaxation as preparation for childbirth.

Purr with Power Training – BONUS: VOICE RECORDING ACCESS
Learn a 5-minute pelvic floor training routine with high strengthening potential. The exercises involved were carefully selected and are employed specifically to create as much diverse strength in your pelvic floor as possible. Discover how to re-introduce them after childbirth.

Stronger Faster
Let’s put the Purr with Power Exercises to practical use during real-life situations. This can immediately save you at your next blast-sneeze or belly-laugh.

Your Cast & Crew
Let’s see which health professionals can help with pelvic floor dysfunction. While some people only need treatment from one, others may benefit from a combination of available options.

The Discreetly Fit schedule is subject to change. Additional programs are often posted during the year. If you would like to be notified please contact me.

What's Next?

Course Starting Guide
Once you enrolled look out for my email welcoming you to the program and confirming your booking.

Discreetly Fit Pre-Course Questionnaire
You will receive a link to this simple form in your welcome email. It is quick to fill out. Please complete it before you start to ensure you are ready to roll. Alternatively, one will be available for completion on the day.

Please arrive at least 10 minutes early so we can start on time, and allow some extra time at the end of class in case we need it.

Wear comfortable, loose and non-restrictive clothing, much like you would dress for an exercise class. No jeans or skirts, please.

Bring your own yoga mat and a pillow (two if you are pregnant) if you prefer to use your own.

Food/ Snacks
There will be time for breaks. Please bring your own snacks and drinks.

Pre-Course Notices

The Discreetly Fit program provides general information for women. It should in no way become a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.

While every effort has been made to ensure that our content is accurate, Discreetly Fit accepts no responsibility, and cannot guarantee the consequences, if individuals choose to rely upon this content alone, or to misuse it, in addressing their condition and their rehabilitation.

Please note that your participation in the Discreetly Fit Online Course is not recommended if you have had surgery or have given birth less than six weeks ago.

If you have a high-risk pregnancy or pelvic tumors, consult a medical professional to determine if pelvic floor muscle training is suitable for you.

Pelvic floor muscle relaxation is an essential component of Discreetly Fit Training. If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms in your pelvis or pelvic floor, it is possible that your pelvic floor muscles are unable to relax. In this case, it is important for you to visit a physiotherapist who specializes in pelvic floor muscle assessment and release before commencing the Discreetly Fit Course. These symptoms may include but are not limited to the following:

  • chronic pelvic pain lasting more than six months
  • including endometriosis or urinary tract infections
  • pain or discomfort when inserting a tampon, during or after intimacy, or when you are sitting
  • soreness, tightness, throbbing, aching, stabbing, spasm
  • difficulty or pain when emptying the bladder or bowels (the need to strain or the inability to empty completely).


Bondi Junction – Yoga Synergy, 17 Bronte Road