The Full Stretch

How to Properly Stretch the Pelvic Floor Muscle

Hello Mindgasm Explorers!  The Oracle here (aka: Advanced Player) with some tips to help loosen up the Pelvic Floor muscle.  An overly tight pelvic floor has the potential to hinder your progress with Mindgasm.  But learning to maintain a healthy pelvic floor can have multiple benefits.  From releasing tension to improving blood flow and above all else, enhance pelvic floor function. (This includes your Mindgasm orgasms.)  With these few simple tips you can ensure a pelvic floor ready for any amazing sensations your body can throw at you.  So lets begin!

There are 4 main principles to better your Pelvic Floor:
  • STRETCHING  (2 Types)

Many do not realize, but your pelvic floor and your orgasms are closely linked.  Your pelvic floor can be what’s preventing you from achieving your Mindgasm orgasm.

If the pelvic floor is too tight, there might not be much muscle available to contract because the muscles are so constricted.  Once you loosen your pelvic floor muscles, they are able to move more freely and in turn provide fuller muscle contractions with the potential for a more intense orgasm.

Pelvic Floor Stretching

1. Deep Breathing: Deep diaphragmatic breathing can help relax the pelvic floor muscles. Sit or lie down comfortably, placing one hand on your chest and the other on your abdomen. Take slow, deep breaths, allowing your abdomen to rise as you inhale and fall as you exhale. Focus on fully relaxing your pelvic floor muscles with each exhale.

2. Butterfly Stretch: Sit on the floor with your knees bent and the soles of your feet touching each other. Gently press your knees toward the floor while keeping your spine straight. Hold this stretch for 20 to 30 seconds, gradually increasing the duration over time.

3. Hip Flexor Stretch: Kneel on one knee with the other leg in front of you, forming a 90-degree angle. Lean forward, keeping your back straight, until you feel a gentle stretch in the front of your hip and thigh. Hold this stretch for 20 to 30 seconds on each side.

4. Happy Baby Pose: Lie on your back and draw your knees toward your chest. Grab the outer edges of your feet with your hands, and gently pull your knees toward your armpits. Maintain a relaxed breathing pattern and hold the pose for 30 seconds.

5. Squatting: Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart, then slowly lower yourself into a deep squatting position. Keep your heels on the ground and your back straight. You can use your hands to help balance yourself. Hold the squat for 20 to 30 seconds and then stand back up. If this is challenging, you can start by holding onto a sturdy object for support.

Incorporating stretches into your daily routine

Practice stretching your tight Pelvic Floor Muscles Daily, this will ensure quick recovery from tight muscles.  Here are some additional quick tips to help you be successful in your journey to stretching out your Pelvic Floor Muscles.

1. Practice Mindgasm: This can help improve muscle tone and flexibility. Regularly incorporating Mindgasm exercises into your routine can support pelvic floor health.

2. Maintain good posture: Poor posture can contribute to pelvic floor dysfunction. Focus on maintaining proper alignment of your spine and pelvis throughout the day, whether you’re sitting, standing, or walking. This can alleviate unnecessary pressure on the pelvic floor muscles.

3. Stay hydrated: Proper hydration is crucial for maintaining muscle health, including the pelvic floor muscles. Drink an adequate amount of water each day to keep your muscles well-hydrated and functioning optimally.

4. Engage in regular physical activity: Regular exercise can improve blood circulation and promote muscle health, including the pelvic floor muscles. Engage in activities such as walking, swimming, or yoga, as they can help keep the muscles supple and flexible.

5. Practice relaxation techniques: Chronic stress and tension can affect the pelvic floor muscles. Engaging in relaxation techniques such as deep breathing, meditation, or gentle stretching can help reduce overall muscle tension and promote relaxation in the pelvic floor area.

6. Seek professional guidance: If you’re experiencing persistent pelvic floor issues or discomfort, it’s recommended to consult a healthcare professional, such as a pelvic floor physical therapist. They can provide personalized advice, exercises, and treatments tailored to your specific needs.

Remember, everyone’s body is unique, so it’s important to listen to your body’s signals and adjust your routine accordingly. If you have any concerns or questions, consulting a healthcare professional is always a good idea.  

Happy Stretching!

     – The Oracle