Your Pelvic Floor is Tight

The tight vagina is glorified. Many stories and fables have been written about it.

Heck, I’ve seen women go to the ends of the earth to tighten their vaginas. I’ve even had husbands in my healing center tell me “please don’t make my wife too loose.”  As if!

#truth: If we only focus on tightening ”IT” then problems such as dryness, leaking, sexual pain, and deep pelvic pressure will continue to persist.

I know this sounds crazy because so many of us still believe that our symptoms are due to having weakness and looseness in our vaginas. So what do we do? kegels and sometimes a lot of them. But women with tight pelvic floors should not be doing Kegels.

… So when Equinox wanted to interview me for their article “Your Pelvic Floor is Tight”

I jumped at. I knew this article would shine a light on one of the biggest pelvic floor myths hanging over our heads that “tight is better.”

… A balanced, supple, flexible, toned pelvic floor is what’s going to improve our orgasms, connections, and improve bowel and bladder health.

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Check out the article “Your Pelvic Floor is Tight” by clicking here.

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About the Author


Isa Herrera, MSPT, CSCS is a New York City-based holistic women’s pelvic floor specialist, author of 5 books on pelvic health, including the 2017 international best seller Female Pelvic Alchemy and the ground-breaking self-help book, Ending Female Pain, A Woman's Manual. She has dedicated her career to advancing awareness of pelvic floor conditions so that more people can find relief from this silent epidemic that affects over 30 million people in the US alone. Ms. Herrera holds a BA in Psychology and Biology from Fordham University and also a Masters in Physical Therapy from Hunter College. Click here for a complete bio.