Kegels!! Some exercises, at first, can be really hard to understand and do them the right way, but are key to maintain in good state the Pelvic Floor or Perineum. Most women don’t know what the perineum is until they go in to labor. The Perineum In Movement Method, created by Blandine Calais Germain (and author of the book El Perine Femenino y el Parto ) can help you discover, visualize, and make you feel your pelvic floor, as well as give you insight on how to take care of the muscles and viscera that connects to it. It’s not only a course designed for all women, of all ages, but also serves to prepare the perineum and the pelvic floor during pregnancy, before the delivery, and after giving birth, as well as avoids injuries and problems of Prolapse and Incontinence. A gymnastic course that can be an alternative o complement to perineum massages. Discover your perineum and how to take care of it with good exercises and movements! The perineum is the central base for the trunk support and that’s why its fundamental to protect oneself from critical impacts while exercising, and unnecessary pressures during and after childbirth. During the course we learn how to mobilize the perineum in synergy with different types of breathing, in a situation of controlled pressure or overpressure and we relate the exercises learned with situations of daily life movement.