Discover how to ditch your painful or heavy periods (for good)


November 3, 2020

Identify and Correct Simple Pelvic Floor Imbalances to Reduce Menstrual Pain

with podcast guest

Isa Herrera


Isa Herrera is a licensed physical therapist and an expert in integrative pelvic floor therapies in the field of women’s health. She’s helped over 14,000 women in her practice since 2005, using a variety of healing modalities.

In this episode, we’re talking about how to identify and correct simple pelvic floor imbalances to reduce menstrual pain; also known as cramps, why you should be massaging your vagina on a regular basis, techniques for helping to prevent menstrual pain, and so much more!


  • How to identify menstrual pain and what it’s telling us
  • How your uterus can become misplaced
  • Why you should be massaging your vagina on a regular basis
  • Why doing kegels is the last thing Isa would prescribe for menstrual pain
  • The importance of dealing with your pain instead of masking it with pain medication
  • How emotions factor into menstrual pain and why those emotions can’t be ignored
  • Techniques for helping to prevent menstrual pain
  • How a pain diary and a body work diary can be beneficial


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Bonuses Include: The Fix Your Period Workbook to Use Alongside the Book
The Fix Your Period Toolkit includes a series of handouts on vaginal steaming, how to use CBD for your menstrual cycle problems, seed cycling, how to use castor oil packs to support your period and fertility, and how to live in harmony with your cycle!

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