Frequently Asked Questions
The goal of our program is to help women at all stages of their life.
We help young women develop self-confidence, awaken their sensitivity, decrease period pain and get to know their bodies better.
We help pre-natal and postpartum women improve their pelvic floor conditions. Because strong (not tense) pelvic floor muscles help to facilitate childbirth and speed up postpartum recovery.
We help women in their pre and postmenopausal period rejuvenate vaginal tissue, which benefits their general physical condition.
Every woman of any age will take something valuable from our program and improve their general well-being.
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Yes, of course. You will discover yourself, and it will help you start a more sincere conversation with your partner. You will be able to guide your partner on the way to your ultimate pleasure. It will also bring new ideas and experiments to your intimate life.
Most of the women who have taken our courses have told us that, from the very first lessons, they started noticing the difference in their relationships — and that difference extended far beyond the bedroom. A closer intimate connection freshens up the entire life.
Women know a little about Kegel exercises: when we’re pregnant, we’re told to do them or we’ll regret it later — and that’s about it. But they’re so much more than that, and there’s a right way to do them and a wrong way. Dr. Arnold Kegel discovered the method in the early 20th century, as he treated pregnant and postnatal women who were suffering from incontinence. He invented a device for women to use along with the exercises: it was the first such device, and it was effective, but it worked only on the pelvic floor muscles, the first layer of the “hammock” that stretches from the front of the pelvis (the pubic bone) to the coccyx at the back. While this approach helped many women find relief from urinary incontinence, that’s all it did.
Intimate Fitness takes the initial idea and goes much deeper. Intimate Fitness instructors study vaginal canal muscles, learning how they can be trained, built, and voluntarily controlled all the way to the cervix. That’s part of the reason why our device and specific exercises can help prevent gynecological problems (such as pelvic organ prolapse, among many others), while simultaneously enhancing women’s sexual pleasure.
Unfortunately, there are countless women around the world doing Kegel exercises without medical-grade devices or simply incorrectly, or with a vibrator or toy labeled as a “Kegel Trainer.” These women yield no results. With our course, you can avoid being one of them: you’ll receive training and guidance from a certified professional. You’ll learn how to do the exercises correctly, with beneficial effects and no further harm. And you’ll come away with such a rich and deep understanding of your own
most intimate muscles.
This course delivers priceless knowledge. It’s the sexual education that you most likely never received in school.
It’s a 15-video course that will help you awaken your sensitivity, understand your body, and enhance your intimate health.
Schedule a 90-minute one-on-one session with Nadiya to learn more about your anatomy and explore your sexual knowledge for your wellbeing and pleasure. This is available in person or virtually.