5 Simple Steps to Happier "Lady Parts"” - How to Say Goodbye to Leaking, Pressure, and Pain Without Setting Foot in a Doctor’s Office - Free Live Masterclass 
30 Million Women Suffer
From Pelvic And Bladder Issues 
And Now They Don't Have To...
With My Free LIVE Online Masterclass
June 12 and 13, 2019 @ 8PM EST 
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Discover the Secrets to Happy "Lady Parts" and How To Reclaim Your Queendom So You Can Feel More Loved & Whole Again
30 Million Women Suffer
With Leaking, Prolapse, and Intimacy Pain And Now They Don't Have To...
With My Free LIVE Online Masterclass
June 13, 2019 @ 8PM EST 
Discover the Secrets to Happy "Lady Parts" and How To Reclaim Your Queendom so You Can Feel More Loved & Whole Again
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On This Masterclass, Isa Herrera, MSPT, CSCS Will Help You Discover Tips and Tools You Won't Find Anywhere Else to Heal Urine Leaking, Intimacy Pain, and Uncomfortable Pelvic Pressure
How to stop the bathroom trips, improve your posture, and put the fire back into your sexy with a super easy stretch (that you can do in just 30 seconds, anywhere, anytime).
Why Kegels might be causing leaking or making your pelvic pressure and pain worse, how to know if this is the case, and what to do instead. Even your doctor won’t be able to share this with you.
Relieve pain, burning, or tightness in your "Lady Parts" with my signature Kegel. Sit, move, and feel like your old self again (most women are doing Kegels wrong - find out why and how to easily fix it!)
The one exercise all women should be doing to stop leaking and improve pelvic power. The great news is that it can be done in under one minute a day.
A simple, easy, massage you MUST try if you’ve been experiencing ANY pain with intimacy and want to re-connect with your partner again. This works like magic when you do it right.
During this Special LIVE Masterclass you'll discover the tips you need for happier and healthier "Lady Parts"
My goal is to help one million women gain the knowledge they need to heal their pelvic symptoms.
I'm Isa Herrera, MSPT, an integrative pelvic therapist with over 14,704 healings and counting under my belt, and the author of 5 books on the topic of pelvic health.

I help women reclaim their pelvic power by conquering their leaking, pain and pelvic heaviness with my S.T.A.R.R. System.

My Live Masterclass Training has been responsible for helping women to become their own inner doctors, creating a way forward from endless cycles of pain and leaking, returning countless women to active lifestyles. 

With this FREE, Live Online Masterclass Training, I will help you eliminate all the guesswork out of starting your pelvic program so you can get back on the path to an enjoyable and symtom-free life. Use and enjoy! 
Can You Relate to Any of These Situations?
Do you keep a change of underwear, pantyliners or pants in your shoulder bag in case you have a “accident?” Do you do you leak urine as you laugh, cough, sneeze or jump which makes you hold back your joy?” 
Can’t run to catch the bus or train or play with your kids or grandkids because you know you’ll leak or feel like your underpants are about to drop out of you? Do you feel a bulge in your pelvis that makes you unable to stand for long periods and keeps you from socializing with family and friends?
Have to pretend you’re asleep or make up an excuse to get out of intimacy? Despite it “not feeling right” you consent, go through the motions, and feel deeply lonely and broken afterwards.
Peer Reviewed Scientific Research Featured In The Webinar 
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