Pelvic Exercise Therapy

Do you want to regain control over your own body?

Pelvic floor issues can cause pain in your lower back, SI joints, tailbone, or pubic bone, or you may experience incontinence, constipation, etc. Pelvic floor issues are quite broad. They can occur during pregnancy, as you age, during adolescence, and men can also experience them.

Pelvic pain limits you in your daily life, making it difficult to move, exercise, or work. Or perhaps your world becomes smaller because you don’t venture far from home or hesitate to do so because you’re afraid there won’t be a toilet nearby.

Do you want to move pain-free again, have control over continence, and be free to go wherever you want? We help you regain control over your body and movement!

What is pelvic floor therapy?

Pelvic floor exercise therapy is a specialization within Cesar/Mensendieck therapy that provides care for individuals with pelvic pain, pelvic floor issues, pelvic instability, or problems with the pelvic floor.

We not only treat pelvic floor issues but also investigate the underlying causes of the symptoms. We listen to your entire story and observe your movement patterns so that we can provide targeted advice and appropriate exercises.

The focus of therapy is on teaching you how to feel, exercise, and move on your own so that you can take control of your own condition.

Below, read more about different symptoms and preventive programs.

How do we help you further?

All of this is tailored to your condition, situation, and specific needs so that we can assist you as effectively as possible.


Reimbursement for pelvic floor therapy comes from the supplementary package (physiotherapy/occupational therapy), without any deductible. Want to know more about reimbursements? Click on the button below.

Want to learn more or schedule an appointment? Contact us, and we’ll be happy to assist you.

Symptoms and preventive programs:

Pelvic pain refers to discomfort in areas such as the SI joints, coccyx, pubic bone, and/or the sitting and hip bones. These symptoms commonly occur during or after pregnancy but can also affect teenagers, men, and older individuals.

The pain is often dull or achy and hinders you from changing positions, prolonged standing, sitting, walking, or even turning over in bed. This limitation affects your mobility.

It’s crucial not to ignore these symptoms for too long, as pain and tension often worsen the condition. Did you know that we can often alleviate pelvic pain within just 4-6 treatment sessions?

By identifying the root cause of your symptoms and teaching you how to address and prevent them, you can regain your freedom of movement without worry!

We’re here to assist you further.

Pelvic floor complaints encompass a wide range of issues. These may include urinary or fecal incontinence, as well as pain during intercourse or erectile dysfunction.
Often, people don’t talk openly about these complaints, yet they significantly impact daily life.
Some of these issues occur more frequently during specific life stages, such as pregnancy, menopause, or aging. However, this doesn’t mean that they are inevitable and cannot be addressed.

We’ll explain the origins of your symptoms, how the pelvic floor functions, and how you can exert control over it. In this way, we’ll help you regain carefree movement and manage your pelvic floor complaints! We believe you deserve to regain control.

Interested in learning more or scheduling an appointment? Please contact us.

Don’t have the time or inclination for a complete childbirth class? Prefer one-on-one attention for your body during pregnancy and as preparation for childbirth?

We have a close collaboration with Mundo Midwives in The Hague. This partnership not only helps address pregnancy-related issues but also aims at preventing them.

Together, we’ve devised a method to guide you during your pregnancy. We assist you in understanding your body during pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period.
You’ll learn how your pelvic floor functions, how to relax it, and if necessary, how to train it. After completing a module, you’ll also know what you need to navigate your pregnancy as fit as possible and when to contact your therapist or midwife for any issues.

We offer the following modules:

Module 1 - Movement During Pregnancy

Pregnancy brings significant changes to the body, often altering women’s movement patterns. In this module, you’ll learn:

Module 2 - Preparation for Childbirth

Childbirth, quite a challenge! Make it easier by learning how to relax and move during labor. Did you know that movement during labor can shorten it by 2 hours? In this module, you’ll learn:

Module 3 - A Baby, What Now?

Congratulations on your new baby! Suddenly, there are many new tasks, even for your recovering body. How do you handle the weight of that beautiful baby you lift, carry, feed, and care for throughout the day without developing physical issues? In this module, you’ll learn how to:

Practical Information
The modules are offered every two months, both in English and Dutch. Each module consists of 3 lessons of 30 minutes, and it’s just you (and optionally your birth partner). The modules are also available if you’re with a different midwifery practice.

The module costs €125 if you’re not covered by supplementary insurance. If you’re adequately insured, it’s possible to have it covered under your supplementary physiotherapy package.

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Endometriosis is a condition where tissue similar to the lining of the uterus grows outside the uterus. This can cause various symptoms such as abdominal, back, or leg pain, discomfort during daily activities, or during intercourse. Additionally, some women may experience difficulty or pain while urinating and/or defecating.

Unfortunately, there is still no definitive solution for endometriosis. Even pelvic floor therapy cannot cure endometriosis, but we can help you relax the muscles in and around your pelvis. Pain often causes muscles to tense up, and tension can lead to more pain. We can assist you in reducing muscle tension so that you experience less discomfort caused by endometriosis. We also teach you how to cope with the pain if it persists.

Regarding endometriosis, we have a beneficial collaboration with AKI Acupuncture & Balance. The combination of pelvic floor therapy and acupuncture can help you relax more, resulting in less pain!

Interested in learning more or scheduling an appointment? Please contact us.

When you hear about pelvic floor problems, you often think of pregnancy or women experiencing urinary incontinence. However, did you know that men can also suffer from pelvic floor issues?

It’s talked about less frequently, but men can indeed experience these problems. This can include constipation, pain during bowel movements, incontinence, or even erectile dysfunction. These issues can significantly impact your quality of life. We’re here to help.

We’ll explain how the pelvic floor functions in relation to your specific issues and teach you methods to prevent and alleviate them. This way, you can regain control over your symptoms.

Interested in learning more or scheduling an appointment? Please contact us.

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