Halley Body Slimming Clinic | Vaginal Weight Lifting Is a Thing - and Other Ways to Tighten Your Vagina


Vaginal Weight Lifting Is a Thing – and Other Ways to Tighten Your Vagina

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We use weights in our workouts to strengthen our core and work our biceps, so why not use them for vaginal tightening and strengthening too? No?

Sex and relationship coach, and vaginal weightlifter, Kim Anami, popularised vaginal weight lifting a couple of years back.

She started an Instagram hashtag #ThingsILiftWithMyVagina and she lifted things from tropical fruits, a bottle of cold-pressed juice, to a surfboard with her vaginal.

How did she do that? First, she attached a string to a jade egg which she inserted into her vagina, and on the other end of the string is whatever she wanted to lift that day.

She’s a strong advocate of vaginal weightlifting as she said that it will strengthen the pelvic floor muscles more effectively than traditional Kegel exercise, and gives women more sexual confidence.

Vaginal weight lifting pros and cons

Strengthening your pelvic floor muscles is indeed beneficial, and the increased blood to your genitals can work wonders in the bedroom too. You may experience enhanced sexual arousals, and stronger contractions may help you achieve a more intense climax during sex.

Besides that, a stronger grip can give your partner increased pleasure too.

Apart from these bedroom benefits, vaginal weight lifting does have legit health benefits too. Strong pelvic floor muscles can ease urinary incontinence and prevent urine leakage that is common after childbirth, and also prevent uterine prolapse.

With anything that is inserted into your body, be doubly sure that the jade (or any other material it is made of) egg is washed and cleaned, and wash your hands before insertion to prevent infections. If you are a beginner, always start with smaller items and gradually increase the weight of your items to be lifted as you move along. But do be warned that vaginal muscles aren’t meant to stay contracted all the time and doing that may cause pelvic floor dysfunctions further down the road.

While vaginal weight lifting seems to have its benefits, it isn’t exactly a workout you can do anywhere and it may not be everyone’s cup of tea. It is always good to seek your doctor’s opinion before embarking on this journey to make sure that it is safe for you.

Vaginal tightening treatments

For those of you who aren’t keen on jumping on the vaginal weightlifting bandwagon, fret not. There are non-invasive, no downtime medical treatments for vaginal rejuvenation and strengthening at Halley Body Slimming Clinic.

Exilis Ultra Femme 360

Exilis Ultra Femme 360 is a non-invasive vaginal tightening treatment that is gaining popularity in Singapore in recent years. Radiofrequency is used to heat the deeper tissues in our vaginal to stimulate collagen production and tighten elastin fibres. This will help to firm and tone our vaginal and vulvar areas. Besides these health benefits, Exilis Ultra Femme 360 can also improve the aesthetics of the labia.

The treatment is a warm and comfortable one. Since it has no downtime, you can make a quick trip to the doctor and go about your daily life as usual.

Tesla Muscle Former

Tesla Muscle Former uses functional magnetic stimulation (FMS) to treat vaginal laxity through pelvic floor training. Just by sitting on the Tesla Muscle Former chair, your pelvic floor muscles can contract and relax 75,000 times in a 45 minutes session. The strength and volume of the pelvic floor muscles will increase and address urinary incontinence as a result of childbirth or ageing.

Exilis Ultra Femme 360 and Tesla Muscle Former treatments can be combined to achieve optimal results.

The use of these treatments/products is dependent on the clinical assessment and judgement of a medical professional.Please consult a medical doctor for an informed discussion on the use of this treatment/product.

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