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The (pelvic) floor is yours

We took to the streets to talk to people about leaks—and how weakness in your pelvic floor muscles can cause bladder leakage.

1 in 3 women will experience stress urinary incontinence. And even more women don’t know it’s related to — the often taboo— pelvic floor. Open discussion and learning more is the first step. So without further ado, the pelvic floor is yours.

Your smart body

As a set of bowl-shaped muscles in the lower pelvis, the pelvic floor supports your bladder, uterus and rectum. These muscles play a key role in maintaining bladder control, faster postnatal recovery and increased sexual sensation.

1. Uterus

2. Bladder

3. Vagina

4. Rectum

5. Pelvic floor

How to use Elvie Trainer

With regular pelvic floor exercise, you can feel results in just a few weeks. Here's how to use Elvie Trainer:

1. Time to get comfortable

We suggest lying down to begin with. This relaxes supporting muscles in your legs and core which will help your pelvic floor exercise technique.

2. Gently push Elvie Trainer into your vagina

The small curved shape and soft medical grade silicone is designed for maximum comfort.

3. Connect to the app and meet your training gem

Squeeze Elvie trainer to say hi and start your exercises.

Follow the revolution


Intimacy was rough those first months after having a baby but thanks to my Elvie trainer, my pelvic floor is stronger than ever and my husband is loving that I feel sexy and confident around the bedroom again!


Elvie Trainer has been such an essential part of my postpartum care. As someone who would have been too scared to talk to someone about my pelvic floor issues, Elvie Trainer has given me the confidence I need. I feel so much stronger and healthier since using my trainer


Ladies, do you know how important your pelvic floor muscles are?! Well they are SUPER important and it can be difficult to strengthen them.


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