Expert care for your down there.

Online pelvic floor fitness programs from a board-certified Women’s Health Physical Therapist

Peeing yourself gets old fast.

And for many people with vaginas, urinary incontinence is just the tip of the iceberg. There’s also pooping problems. Painful sex. Prolapse. And plenty more.

All these symptoms are related to your pelvic floor.

Peeing yourself gets old fast.

And for many people with vaginas, urinary incontinence is just the tip of the iceberg. There’s also pooping problems. Painful sex. Prolapse. And plenty more.

All these symptoms are related to your pelvic floor.

What the heck is a pelvic floor?

Your pelvic floor is a group of muscles that attach to your pelvis—the ring of bones near the base of your spine.

These muscles support your bladder, rectum, and reproductive organs, and they help control the functions of those organs: peeing, pooping, sex, and childbirth.

Pregnancy, birth, and postpartum changes can do a number on your pelvic floor, which can lead to any number of painful or embarrassing symptoms. But you’re not alone—and I’m here to help.

Care for your pelvic floor and core.

The Vagina Whisperer Membership

Online, on-demand workouts for your pelvic floor & core. Get back to the activities you love—pain-proof and leak-free.

One-on-One Consultations

Private, online guidance from a pelvic floor physical therapist.
Get compassionate answers to your most sensitive questions.

What’s New in the V-Hive

The Pelvic Floor Relaxation Series

Get relief from pelvic pain.

Pelvic pain is common. But it’s not normal—and you don’t have to grin and bear it! My new Pelvic Floor Relaxation Series, available only to V-Hive members, will help you feel like yourself again.

  • Learn stretches to ease pelvic floor tension
  • Discover products to relax pelvic muscles
  • Understand how to restore pleasure to sex
  • Relieve peeing and pooping problems

A healthy pelvic floor and core mean:

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Improved bladder and bowel control
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Reduced risk of vaginal and rectal prolapse
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Pleasurable and pain-free sex
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Decreased belly pooch and diastasis recti
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Easier labor and delivery
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Faster postpartum recovery
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Decreased social stress and increased confidence
Sara Reardon, Doctor of Physical Therapy
Board-Certified Women’s Health and Pelvic Floor Therapist

You’ve got a vag worth talking about.

For too long, our health care system has normalized pelvic floor problems. But we ought to be normalizing pelvic floor conversations.

Watch my TedX Talk on Rethinking Postpartum Care to learn why we need to bring Vaginas out of the shadows and into the spotlight.

That’s the only way we’ll get the care we deserve.

Trusted by thousands of vaginas (and their owners).

I had postpartum exercise-related issues that were negatively affecting my performance, body image, and sense of self. Sara addressed these issues with knowledge and kindness.

Sara has remedies and tips for everything from varicose veins, lower back pain, pelvic pressure and hemorrhoids during pregnancy to postpartum healing and discomfort “down there.”

The knowledge I’ve learned has helped in every area of my life: work, family, physically, and mentally.

Pelvic floor problems
are correctable
and preventable

Peeing just fine, pooping like a pro, and enjoying plenty of pleasurable sex? Let's keep it that way!

By strengthening your pelvic floor now, you can prevent issues from creeping up later.

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How to Take Great Care of Your Pelvic Floor

6+ Simple Tips to Prevent or Overcome Pelvic Floor Problems

Pregnant? Postpartum? Struggling with peeing or pooping probs? Experiencing painful sex? Download this free guide for some simple, do-able, totally-not-weird tips to take better care of your down there.

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