Home / Birth How to Work Out Your Pelvic Floor After Birth Pelvic floor therapist Lindsey Vestal tells us how to get our pelvic floor back in shape. By Charlene Petitjean-Barkulis February 8, 2018 We often talk about strengthening our legs, abs and arms, but what about our pelvic floor? That’s right — down there. During pregnancy and birth, this sling-like group of muscles stretches and shifts around, which can leave us with uncomfortable, annoying and even painful symptoms — we’re talking about things like incontinence, groin pain and itching vulva. Strengthening your core can not only make you stronger everywhere, it will also provide the support that your organs need and even improve your sex life. That is why we met with Lindsey Vestal from Functional Pelvis — to tell us all about our pelvic floor and about how to whip our lady parts back in shape (hint: it’s so much more than just Kegels). Watch the video below.