Restore the floor this Pelvic Floor Week with INNOVO®

I have a funny feeling that I may be becoming the go to person for bladder weakness. It’s nice to have a niche I guess, especially with Pelvic Floor Week coming up, but it makes me wonder exactly how it has happened. Do I come out top if you Google ‘bloggers with weak pelvic floors’? And if so, how do they know??

It’s a worry.

(Note: as I write this, I do need a wee, but I’m holding it in, to get all the nutrients.*)

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Me, super tanned from my recent holiday in Greece. (Not really.)

Whatever the reason, I don’t really mind, as I actually think it’s something that we should talk about much more. There’s a common misconception that a bit of a leak when you cough, or a life without trampolines, is just something you have to accept as you get older and have babies.

It isn’t.

There are loads of things you can do yourself to strengthen your pelvic floor and prevent problems such as bladder weakness, and if those don’t work for you, then your doctor can help too. A weak pelvic floor is definitely NOT something you have to learn to live with.

To make my point, I’m embarking on a new project with INNOVO®.

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INNOVO® is a non-invasive way to strengthen your pelvic floor, that doesn’t involve inserting anything, and so is ideal for anyone who feels a bit squeamish about that sort of thing. Instead, you strap yourself into a pair of conductive pads, and then you can just sit down and have a flick through a magazine or catch up on Netflix. INNOVO® does all the work for you, so you don’t have to worry about doing it right, or making stupid faces at your desk. I’ll be introducing you to the product in more detail soon, before putting it to the test myself.

For now though, I wanted to let you know that 19th – 25th September is Pelvic Floor Week. 

Who knew?

Celebrating Pelvic Floor Week with  INNOVO®

To celebrate Pelvic Floor Week, INNOVO® is spending the week in the atrium at Westfield Shepherds Bush London, offering you the chance to chat to experts, get a one to one consultation, and try Innovotherapy for free. Everything will be very discreet and personal – no banners over your head saying ‘this woman does a wee when she sneezes’ or anything – it’s just the chance for you to find out a bit more. There will even be activities on hand to keep the children and babies entertained.

Here’s just a snapshot of what you an expect:

  • Get the best advice from leading experts
    Attend the informative talk with Women’s Health Consultant Dr Alain Bourcier, Dr Julian Spinks GP and Pelvic Floor Trainer Jane Wake and learn more about your pelvic floor
    Thursday 22nd Sept 4-4.30pm
  • Free private consultation with our experts
    Assess your pelvic floor strength and get fitted for an INNOVO®
    Weekdays from 3-5pm and 7-8pm / Weekends from 12-4pm
  • Try Innovotherapy for yourself
    Give your pelvic floor a workout for free in a private, relaxed room
    Weekdays and Saturday 10am-8pm / Sunday 12-6pm

If you’re in the area, please do go and pay them a visit. If you’d like to pre-book a free trial session using INNOVO® or a free private consultation, you can pop over a quick email to the team on

Because your pelvic floor it worth it! *swishes hair*


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*Don’t worry, I don’t actually think this is how you get the nutrients. It’s a Friends joke.

Image credit –Tamara Kulikova/shutterstock. Produced in association with INNOVO®.



  1. 15 September, 2016 / 3:04 pm

    OK, I’m laughing along at this but also thinking I should give it a go! I’ve started a new trampolining workout class and it gets a bit touch and go at times!

  2. 15 September, 2016 / 8:32 pm

    Ooh. Found this very interesting because of the non-insertion aspect….

  3. 15 September, 2016 / 9:29 pm

    Pelvic floor week! Who knew such a thing existed? This looks like a great product and an interesting set of events. My pelvic floor took a real beating in this third pregnancy and birth, I need all the help I can get!

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