Beauty Sculpting Room

Pelvic Floor Strengthening Chair

As women, we know that our bodies go through different changes throughout our lives, especially during menopause and after giving birth. These changes may affect our intimate health, including vaginal laxity, lack of sensitivity, and stress incontinence. The pelvic floor muscles, responsible for supporting our uterus, bladder, and rectum, may weaken over time, leading to these problems. Thankfully, there’s a non-invasive and clothes-on treatment that has been gaining popularity recently: the pelvic floor chair. This machine gives you 18,000 pelvic floor contractions in just 28 minutes, tightening your vaginal muscles and improving your intimate health.

Tightening your pelvic floor is easy

The pelvic floor chair,  is a device designed to stimulate the pelvic floor muscles through vibrations and electromagnetic currents. Sitting on the chair, fully clothed, you’ll feel the muscles contracting and relaxing, simulating a Kegel exercise. The chair  provides  18,000 contractions in 28 minutes, which is equivalent to doing hundreds of hours Kegels manually. This treatment is suitable for women of all ages who want to improve their pelvic floor muscles’ strength and function, regardless of their fitness level.

Pelvic Floor Chair can help

Prevent Prolapse

The pelvic floor chair has the ability to prevent prolapse, a condition where the pelvic organs drop down and push against the vaginal wall, causing discomfort and pain

Urinary Incontinence

 Is a common problem for women of all ages. By toning the pelvic floor muscles, you’ll be able to control your bladder better and reduce the need for pads.

Sexual Pleasure

pelvic floor chair can enhance sexual pleasure for both you and your partner. When the pelvic floor muscles are strong, they can contract during intimacy, leading to more intense orgasms and better vaginal tightness.

Vaginal Laxity

Women who experience vaginal laxity, especially after childbirth, may benefit from this treatment to regain their vaginal tone and sensation. The pelvic floor chair is a non-invasive and comfortable way to achieve these goals without undergoing surgery or medication.

High-Impact Sports

If you’re an active woman who enjoys high-impact sports like running, jumping, or dancing, using the pelvic floor chair can help you prevent injuries and enhance your performance. By having stronger pelvic floor muscles, you’ll have better stability, balance, and control over your body.


As women approach menopause, they experience various physical changes, one of which is weakening of the pelvic floor muscles. This weakening can result in uncomfortable symptoms such as incontinence and pain during sex. The pelvic floor chair is an innovative solution that can help alleviate these symptoms by providing targeted exercise to the pelvic floor muscles.

What are the benefits?

The benefits of pelvic floor chair strengthening treatment are numerous. It can help treat various symptoms such as stress incontinence, vaginal laxity, lack of sensitivity, and even prolapse. The therapy improves pelvic floor strength, which can lead to better control over the urinary and fecal bladder, which decreases incontinence. It can also improve intimacy by tightening vaginal muscles, thus enhancing sensation and satisfaction for both partners.

Why women are choosing the pelvic floor chair

Increase your sexual sensation

The benefits of a toned pelvic floor extend beyond just health and wellness. Studies have shown that regular pelvic floor exercises can improve sexual satisfaction for both men and women. This is because a toned pelvic floor can lead to stronger, more intense orgasms, as well as increased control and sensation during sex. Additionally, a stronger pelvic floor can prevent issues such as urinary incontinence, which can have a negative impact on sexual confidence and pleasure. Incorporating pelvic floor chair into your regular workout routine is a simple and effective way to improve overall sexual health and satisfaction.

Prevention is key

The pelvic floor is a complex network of muscles and tissue that work together to support the pelvic organs, including the bladder, uterus, and rectum. In women, the pelvic floor must also withstand the pressure of pregnancy and childbirth. Without proper support, these organs may begin to shift or even protrude from the body, a condition known as prolapse. The pelvic floor helps prevent prolapse by acting like a hammock, providing a stable base for the organs to rest upon. Additionally, the muscles of the pelvic floor play an important role in maintaining continence by working to support the bladder and rectum. By keeping the pelvic floor strong through exercise and proper care, individuals can help prevent the onset of prolapse and maintain the health and function of their pelvic organs.

Menopause effects your pelvic floor

Menopause is a natural phase in a woman’s life that typically starts between the ages of 45 and 55.

One of the primary changes that happen in a woman’s body during menopause is the decrease in hormone production, particularly estrogen. This hormonal shift can affect different parts of the body, including the pelvic floor.

The pelvic floor is a group of muscles that support the bladder, uterus, and rectum. The decline in estrogen levels during menopause can weaken these muscles, leading to several pelvic floor dysfunction symptoms such as urinary incontinence, vaginal dryness, and pain during intercourse.

It is essential for women to seek medical advice and treatment to alleviate these symptoms and improve their quality of life during menopause.

Take control of urinary incontinence

Urinary incontinence is a common condition that affects millions of women worldwide. It is defined as the unintentional loss of urine that frequently occurs during activities such as coughing, sneezing, laughing, or exercising. While it can occur in both sexes, women are more likely to suffer from this condition than men. There are several reasons why women may experience urinary incontinence. Factors such as pregnancy and childbirth, menopause, aging, and certain medical conditions can contribute to the development of urinary incontinence. Despite the prevalence of this issue, it remains a taboo subject for many women. Early diagnosis and treatment are crucial to improving quality of life and self-esteem. 

Treatment summary

Procedure Time

28 minutes

No. of Treatments

6-9 sessions depending on severity, spaced 2-4 days apart.

Side effects

Side effects are rare.

Back To Work

Right away

Result Show

After 4 sessions

Results last

We recommend a top up session every 12 weeks

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Frequently Asked Questions

there is no downtime, straight back to intercourse

You will sit fully clothed on a chair, the pelvic floor stimulation will last 28 minutes, you may read a book or magazine to pass the time.

Results usually start to appear within 2 – 3 weeks, with optimum results showing after 12.

This treatment is not painful, you will feel a strong tingling sensation.

Results usually start to appear after 4 treatment, after 6-9 sessions you will have your full result.

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