Pelvic Floor Strength provides women in New Zealand and worldwide with information and products to help nurture and strengthen their pelvic floor and empower your feminine self.
Jade eggs have been used traditionally for thousands of years in Asia as part of Taoist practice. Many modern devices have been developed since but we love the natural materials that are used to make Jade Eggs and have made them easily available in New Zealand. The crystal qualities of our Jade eggs hold energy and healing properties in themselves. Pelvic Floor Strength is a New Zealand based company with exercises and advice provided by a Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist. We aim to provide up to date and detailed information to help you on your journey to a healthy and supportive pelvic floor.
We have done extensive research into sourcing the materials used for Jade Eggs and include: nephrite jade, rose, quartz, amethyst and obsidian. We ensure that all eggs are made from naturally occurring, un-dyed and untreated stones.
All of our Jade eggs are available as sets three which include a: large, medium and small egg to progress with your practice. For those who wish to benefit from the qualities of the different stones we offer a mix of the most popular- nephrite, rose quartz and obsidian. If you’re unsure of how much you’ll use the Jade Eggs but still curious we offer our most superior quality egg the Nephrite Jade Eggs as an individual egg in individual small, medium or large size. We recommend the medium size for all-round use from beginners to advanced Jade Egg users.
The pelvic floor is an important structure that is poorly understood by many and often neglected. For women it plays an essential role in our femininity, sexuality, childbirth and reproductive health. We believe the more you understand about your pelvic floor the better you will be able to access it and ensure it supports you to live a healthy and happy life.
We want to normalise talking about vaginas, orgasms, incontinence and pelvic pain and let everyone know there is help available.
Information provided is by a Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist who specifically treats pelvic floor dysfunction in both women and men.
We encourage you to learn and experience and are here to guide you.