BE STRONG: Building Strength From The Inside out Class Materials

 The pelvic floor plays a very important part in bladder and bowel health.  As advocates for those suffering from incontinence, we at NAFC want to ensure everyone is educated on how to maintain a healthy pelvic floor.  This course will give your patients a basic understanding of the anatomy of their pelvic floor, common problems that can arise as a result of it being too weak or too tight, and solutions to address these problems. 

With the help of some amazing physical therapists, we’ve developed a complete course presentation to help you conduct your own pelvic floor strengthening class.  In addition, we have developed promotional tips, class guides, and branded collateral to help you promote your class locally.  Here’s how to get started:

1.   If you have not already let us know that you will be hosting a class, Contact NAFC ( to let us know all your class details, including LOCATION, DATE, and TIME of the class, as well as a short introduction of the INSTRUCTOR who will be conducting the class.  We’ll add your class information to the list at, and will help to further promote it through emails and social media posts to our member database.

2.     Download and read the Class Instruction Guide and Checklist to get tips on promoting and conducting your class, and a checklist of what to do before, during and after the class.

3.     Download the Class Presentation and familiarize yourself with it prior to the class.  If you already have a pelvic floor strengthening class in place, that’s great!  Just be sure to read our Class Guidelines to ensure that you are sharing the extra information from NAFC and also providing participants with resources from NAFC and the chance to sign up for our newsletter.

4.     Promote Your Class.  We’ve created several branded promotional items for you, including Customizable Posters/Branded Bathroom tips sheets, Branded Email Templates, and Sample Social Media Posts to help you promote your class to in your area.  

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