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Smart moms leak less

Research shows how women who are educated in pelvic floor care while pregnant are more proactive recovering postpartum and have lower incontinence rates. 

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Get the educational kit  

We have created friendly PDF handouts on how to keep a happy pelvic floor for pregnant and postpartum mamas.
Let us know how else can we empower you and your birth community!

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What Happy Sneezers are saying

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Eye-opening

How didn't I know about this after 40-something years and two babies!

MELISSA P. , 46 YEARS OLD
NEW YORK

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Long-term results

It is not a workout.

You learn to engage your pelvic floor where it is needed during the day until it becomes an automatic habit.

CAROLINA M. , 32 YEARS OLD
AUSTIN

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It works!

It's getting to be a routine habit. My big milestone this week was not leaking during my dance class!

LYNDA E. , 50 YEARS OLD
BALTIMORE

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A before and after

I discovered how my breathing pattern was creating constant pressure on my pelvic floor. Reversing that is helping me stay dry during heavier activities.

GEORGINA M. , 39 YEARS OLD
BARCELONA