In order to maximize your pussy pleasure we need to start with the basics: The Pelvic Floor.
What is the Pelvic Floor?
The pelvic floor is a group of muscles in the pelvis that sit in a sling shape between the pubic bone at the front of the pelvis and the tailbone at the back. These muscles support the organs inside the pelvis including the bladder and bowel, as well as the uterus (for people who have one).
We have 14 muscles in the pelvic floor. These muscles wrap around the urethra, anus, and vagina, controlling the opening and closing of these passages. Muscles are masses of fibrous tissues and they can be long or short, tight or lax, misaligned or aligned, overworked or underdeveloped.
Our pelvic floor muscles are similar to the muscles in our biceps. In order to function properly the pelvic floor muscles must be the correct length while having full range of motion. Tight muscles do not have full range of motion. Without full range of motion it is hard to have pelvic floor coordination.
What is pelvic floor coordination?
The ability to easily contract and relax the pelvic floor muscles on demand. Basically you are doing a little pelvic floor twerk!
When it comes to pleasure what role does the pelvic floor play?
Our pelvic floor muscles ensure our sexual organs stay in place, which is critical for sexual function, pregnancy, childbirth, peeing, and pooping. If these muscles stop functioning properly the bladder, uterus, and the anus could start to shift and slide out of place. Literally. This condition is called pelvic organ prolapse. Those with this condition describe it as an intense pressure that feels like their insides are falling out.
As you can see properly functioning pelvic floor muscles are vital! Not only for pleasure but for having a healthy fully functioning body. When the pelvic floor is healthy, these processes run smoothly, but when the pelvic floor isn't healthy, there can be issues.
How to tell if your pelvic floor muscles are too weak?
You can tell if your pelvic floor muscles have weakened if you are experiencing any of these symptoms:
Leaking pee-it could be a little or a lot of pee but when you laugh, sneeze, cough or engage in physical activity your panties get wet (and not in a good way). This condition is called incontinence and 1 out of 4 women are suffering with this condition.
Dropping chocolate nuggets-You are unable to hold your poop and farts because you no longer have full control of your anal sphincter. This could be a potentially shitty situation if you know what I mean.
Weak, orgasms. Your orgasms lost their intensity and instead of feeling tidal waves in your pussy you are stuck in the kiddie pool.
- Pleasure & the Pelvic Floor, this 4 week virtual course will teach you how to strengthen & stretch the muscles within your pelvic floor to improve your pelvic floor health and increase your orgasmic pleasure.
- Start incorporating more squats, glute isolations, and hip exercises into your daily routine. In order to have healthy pelvic floor muscles we need to also strengthen and stretch the surrounding muscle groups.
- If you constantly wear an ill-fitting corset or tight waist trainers STOP. This is adding pressure on internal organs causing them to bear down on the pelvic floor muscles. Think about it, all that pressure needs to go somewhere so it follows the direction of the least resistance, namely your pelvic floor!
How to tell if your pelvic floor muscles are too tight?
Your pelvic floor muscles may be too tight if you are experiencing any of these symptoms:
Pain- Penetrative (finger, or dildo) sex is painful and inserting things inside the vagina are painful (tampons, gynecological exams). You could also be experiencing lower back or pelvic pain
Full of shit - you are full of shit (or piss) due to constipation or difficulty releasing the bowels or bladder
- Pleasure & the Pelvic Floor, this 4 week virtual course will teach you how to stretch & release the muscles within your pelvic floor to improve your pelvic floor health and increase your orgasmic pleasure.
- If you do kegels STOP. Kegels can further tighten the muscles and make your pelvic issues worse.