Meet our Podcast Guest:
[Day 2 – Inner Winter]
Candice Jane Langford is a physiotherapist by trade practising in the field of pelvic health and wellness. She has a passion for sexual health and as a physiotherapist she works with patients that may be concerned about symptoms relating to pelvic floor dysfunction. On Instagram she’s known for talking pee, poo, pleasure and pain in a light hearted manner as she intends to empower her followers through education whilst breaking down the grasps of taboo.
In this episode we chat about:
- What is the pelvic floor
- How the pelvic floor works
- What we need to know about our pelvic floor
- The functions of the pelvic floor
- How the pelvic floor supports healthy sex
- Filling up your sexual cup
- 3 ways to support a healthy pelvic floor today
Additional Links from this Episode:
Check out more of Candice’s IGTV and Instagram content at @nurtureyourvagina, along with more pelvic floor health information on her website www.nurturepelvichealth.com. There you’ll discover more about how she works and what she offers too.
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