“I can't even explain the difference of not having to go to the doctor all the time, not getting medicine all the time, not feeling ill most of the time, and just being able to put on a video knowing that it will help... It's just such a relief. It changed my life!”
Laura Scapin, Norway
KEGELS MAY NOT BE THE ANSWER
Do you feel isolated by pelvic pain?
Don’t go another day...
...with debilitating pain - stopping you from living your life
...wanting to be intimate but feeling pain during sex
...feeling “broken” down there, without anyone truly understanding
...having to pee all the time, and waiting for the flow to start
...trying medicinal approaches that get you nowhere, leading to more anxiety and fear
Pelvic tension release is SO VALUABLE, since many of us deal with it day in and day out, especially during times of stress and uncertainty. Overcome will show you how to release your tension and pave the way for pelvic floor strengthening.
A full recovery is possible
94.1% reported notable improvements in their pelvic floor dysfunction with Overcome!*
This isn’t a life sentence. Join the thousands of women who have released their pain along with Dr. Bri.
Overcome is designed to help you...
- Release your pelvic tension.
- Revive your pelvic floor muscles.
- Get back to having great sex!
- Develop mindfulness tools to stay in balance.
- Love your body again!
All without having to travel to expensive sessions or undergo surgery.
*Based on Overcome completion survey respondents.
A 12 Week Guided Program to Restore Your Pelvic Floor
Overcome Pelvic Pain for Women is a 12 week program that combines a daily stretching routine, mindset work, nutrition, trigger point releases, deep relaxation poses, and an understanding of anatomy to gently bring you back to strength.
Take a Look Inside of
Overcome Pelvic Pain
You'll get one new movement routine each week, which you will complete 5-7 days per week. Each routine is scientifically designed with stretches and exercises that bring your muscles into a state of relaxation, and progressively add back in strength and range of motion.
Each month of the program includes instructions on trigger point release that you can do yourself. This is designed to provide "extra relief" for those days which might be more difficult. It is another tool that you can use to bring down pain, and stay on track with your recuperation.
Another supplement you'll receive is a monthly deep relaxation pose. These poses are not only very tranquil, rejuvenative, and peaceful — but they are guided. The guided relaxation will take you through a mental flow that amplifies the healing effects of this practice. A calm, happy mind creates calm, happy pelvic floor muscles.
Each month includes a detailed nutrition lesson, with a specific challenge or guidelines to follow. This is an integral part of your healing program, in which we help you to create positive, healthy habits for life. Discover how to remove inflammatory foods and how to lean into your bio-individuality.
Shifting your thoughts and emotions is one of the fastest ways to create deep and lasting change, both physiologically and neurologically. Inside is a self-hypnosis for subconscious reprogramming and other meditative tools.
Dr. Bri has included a growing library of detailed questions and answers from real women in the program. You also have the opportunity to ask your own questions in the Online Community to get support on your journey.
Ask Dr. Bri and the Vibrant Coaches questions along the way.
Are You Experiencing Any of These Symptoms?
- Pain from pudendal neuralgia
- Tension and pain in the pelvis and/or low back
- Urinary urgency or frequency
- Painful urination
- Difficulty starting or stopping the flow of urine
- Can't put in a tampon
- Extreme pain at gynecologist
- Pain after bowel movements
- Constipation or difficulty emptying the bowels completely
- Not emptying the bladder fully
- Pain from endometriosis or adenomyosis
- Pain while sitting
- Painful sex (alone or with partner)
- Kegels (or exercise in general) makes pelvic pain worse
- Pain or tension after surgery or a childbirth injury
- Diagnosed with: Vaginismus, Vulvodynia, Levator Myalgia, Levator Ani Syndrome, or Proctalgia Fugax
Overcome Pelvic Pain is a path to reviving your pelvic health.
Red-Flags to Watch Out For
The following is not intended to induce fear, it's simply to make you aware. Certain more serious conditions have symptoms that can also be symptoms of pelvic floor dysfunction. If you are experiencing the following concerns, contact your physician or women's health physical therapist so that he or she can screen for "red flags" such as cancer, sexually transmitted diseases, infections, or neurological changes. While much can be done on your own, at home, to self-treat pelvic pain issues that are musculoskeletal in nature, the following conditions warrant additional investigation and may need extra attention:
- Abnormal vaginal bleeding or discharge
- Feeling full too quickly or difficulty eating
- Itching, burning, pain, and tenderness of the vulva
- Changes in vulva color or skin, such as a rash, sores, or warts
- Post-sex bleeding
- Postmenopausal bleeding or onset of pain
- Blood in the urine or stools
- Sudden unexplained weight loss
- Pelvic mass
- Electric shock–like pain
- Sudden loss of balance, bowel, or bladder function
- Chronic numbness or tingling in the pelvis and/or lower extremities
What Does the Road to Vibrant Pelvic Health Look Like?
Get a preview of what recovery can look like with Overcome Pelvic Pain
RELAX THE MUSCLES/BRING DOWN THE PAIN
The immediate goal in month one is to give you a better start to your day; to begin with a stretching/relaxation oriented movement routine that will open up your muscles and release tightness. This state of relaxation encourages the activation of the parasympathetic nervous system, allowing for restoration and repair. This is about giving your body a chance to experience less pain throughout the day so that you can start to see real progress.
You will also become more aware of how nutrition could be affecting your situation. You will align with a positive outlook and mindset that is not just about giving you hope, but about creating new neural pathways in your brain. This can ultimately lead to the atrophy of current neural pathways that are connected to chronic pain.
STRENGTHEN THE SURROUNDING MUSCLE GROUPS
In month two, you will continue to stretch and open up the affected muscles, and you'll begin to gradually retrain the surrounding muscle groups. Your core, hips, glutes, adductors, abductors, and lower back are the primary focus of this month's movement routines so that you can create more power around your pelvic floor, taking away some of the direct strain and pressure.
This month includes a powerful food journaling practice that will help you to zero in on any problematic foods. You will also learn a new mindset technique designed to keep you in the correct mental state for bodily repair.
RETRAIN THE PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLES
In the final phase of your journey, you will begin to gently retrain the pelvic floor muscles themselves. These routines include a mix of direct pelvic floor exercises for coordination and control, along with functional full-body movements that will improve your overall range of motion and suppleness. Your pain and discomfort should be dramatically lowered from the starting point as you are returning to strength.
You will also make some firm changes to your diet (customized to your personal needs), leading to even more consistency in your pelvic health, mood, emotions, and daily energy levels. The mindset activity for this month is a proven strategy to help you "micro-dose" your way back to those physical activities that you have been missing!
Don't Spend $15,000+ and Years Recovering - Like Many Who Are Sent Down a Winding Path
I know so many women who have suffered from pelvic pain for years; they've been to all the specialists, been tested over and over for infections (with cultures repeatedly coming back negative)... And they can’t find anything wrong even though their pain is debilitating. Ultimately, many are sent home with the prescription to "drink a glass of wine and get over it." Not only does this take a tremendous toll on these women's emotions, physical health, relationships, and mental health — but it comes at a painfully high cost financially as well. Many women tolerate the hassle of being sent from one provider to another, and then opt to self-refer to more "alternative" treatments such as natural healers, physical therapy, and so much more.
This is a typical breakdown that one might incur while going through this long-term healing experience:
- Doctor's Visits (specialists) - $1,100
- Physical Therapy Sessions (2x a week for one year) - $8,500
- Acupuncture (1x week, three months) - $850
- Supplements (herbs/medicine/etc.) - $1,000
- Natural Healer/Other (1x week for 6 months) - $3,000
- Testing (blood, ultrasound, MRI) - $1,000
Some of these costs may or may not be covered by health insurance, but the compounded physical pain, emotional pain, and high cost financially can create added stress. The Overcome program is a fantastic value for the depth, guidance, and holistic approach you’ll receive, completely organized and all-in-one-place.
What a difference! Instant difference!
"I've started doing your pelvic floor exercises on youtube after a decade of supposedly having infections, Docs just gave me antibios but stumbled on you and gave it a go! What a difference! Instant difference! It’s made me depressed over the years; couldn’t have sex and had constant pain but this has really helped! Thank you."
Sarah Croucher, Overcomer
I realized this morning that I am essentially pain free
"The best thing about OPP for me is “forcing” myself to SLOW DOWN! Even with very low scores on my monthly questionnaires, I have to stay very aware and in tune to relaxing and releasing tension even throughout the day. All things considered, I know I have improved immensely. I am SO MUCH better than a year ago. I am grateful for various things I’ve been able to learn and apply through the years and experiences of life that have been a help through this."
Fran Gould, Overcomer
Dr. Brianne Grogan
Doctor of Physical Therapy
With over 190,000 subscribers (and counting!) on YouTube, articles featured on MindBodyGreen, and a 5-star reviewed podcast and book, Dr. Bri is a leading voice in the field of health and wellness. She is loved by her viewers for her down-to-earth, compassionate approach and for making pelvic floor fitness fun, mainstream, and accessible.
Bri graduated as a Doctor of Physical Therapy in 2006 from Pacific University in Forest Grove, Oregon. Inspired by her own pregnancy and postpartum experiences, she specialized in women's health PT. She is a leading advocate for a holistic approach to pelvic health for men and women.
Dr. Bri Has Been Featured In
The Complete Program
It's time to live your life again.
Make a firm decision and follow through.
12 Movement Routines
Trigger Points Releases
Deep Relaxation Poses
Pelvic Floor 101
Return to Intimacy
Quick Rescue Remedies
Muscle Discomfort Blend
Track Your Progress
Lifetime Access to the Program
12 Months Access to Private Online Community
Positive Results Guarantee
You Will Get Positive Results or It’s Free!
Overcome Pelvic Pain is designed to give you meaningful, positive results in your body and your life! Hundreds of women have already returned to a life of pelvic vibrancy. Do the complete 12 week program with full commitment, and if you don’t get meaningful results, we will give you a full refund. Our conditions: we ask that you follow the program, and can show that you did so. Because we know that if you give it 100%, your life will change! If you still don’t experience meaningful results, just let us know within the first 90 days, and we will give you your money back.
Overcomers and Their Stories
5 Things Every Successful Overcomer Have in Common
This is a special training in which Dr. Bri highlights five of the major commonalities found in Overcomers who have great success with the program. This bonus will help gear you toward focusing on the right things, opening your mind to new possibilities, and preparing yourself to succeed with Overcome!
Moving Back into Intimacy
Many sufferers of pelvic tension experience pain-related anxiety related to sex (alone or with a partner). In this special training, Dr. Bri teaches you how to calm the nervous system, and gradually re-exposes you to sensual touch. The mind-body connection is key in this process. Everything from specific breathing techniques, to relaxation movements, to intravaginal release and use of vaginal dilators is included in this training.
Mind Chill: Overcome Stress and Anxiety
Mind Chill is a 7 day experience which helps you to learn and master practical approaches for handling stress and anxiety. Stress, anxiety, and fear upregulate your nervous system — which can significantly contribute to pelvic floor dysfunction. Mind Chill is a powerful tool in not only fixing your pelvic floor, but addressing the root cause of your symptoms.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long will it take me to recover?
How will I be able to watch the videos? Can I watch on a TV?
Is this program safe for pregnancy?
I have had painful periods, bladder spasms, and painful sex for 3 years. I have been through many different doctors and was told that I have pelvic floor dysfunction. I need to find a way to relax my muscles. Will your exercises help?
How can I get help during the program?
Do I have to interact in the community?
I don't have pain, but I feel like I have to pee all the time, and sometimes I have to push to get the flow started. Could this just be a muscular issue?
I have prolapse and pelvic tension. Is Overcome for me? And is it prolapse-safe?
I identify as nonbinary or trans. Can I do your programs?
Will I have lifetime access to the course?
*In all cases above, we recommend consulting with a local pelvic floor physical therapist for an individualized evaluation and treatment plan. If pelvic floor physical therapy is not available to you (or if you want additional treatment options that you can do on your own, at home), then Overcome is the ideal addition to your well-rounded and empowered plan of care.
I was able to fly on an airplane and travel without urgency and pain
"I've been rocketed into symptom free living since the third week (as it relates to IC) - seriously, it has been at least 4 weeks without urgency or pain. I was able to fly on an airplane and travel without urgency and pain. I am all for, and always have been for, holistic healing modalities. Dr. Bri is the ONLY person who I've found that offers that solution in a way that is easily accessible and cost efficient."
Jessica Hoffman, Overcomer
It’s so nice to know that I have something to turn to
"I feel the best when I’m on the mat doing stretches and trigger point release. It’s so nice to know that I have something to turn to when my pain flares!"
Janna Denton Howes, Mother of 2, Overcomer
One Last Thing
The gift of pain is that it forces you to slow down, and to pay attention. It nudges you to step up to the task of learning about your body and taking care of yourself. When you apply this concept with dedication and an open mind and heart, you won't believe the healing that can be found. You might even come out of the entire process feeling and living BETTER than you ever felt (even BEFORE your pain or illness began). Life is all about how you view it; focus on the gifts. They're present! 💝
You can’t go wrong with learning how to relax the pelvic floor. While Overcome was designed for women with pelvic pain and/or painful sex, it's also valuable for ANYONE who wants to learn how to release her hips and pelvic floor in order to "pave the way" for pelvic floor strengthening. Pelvic floor relaxation is even a great first step for women with prolapse and bladder leakage.
Pelvic tension release is incredibly valuable, since many of us deal with it day in and day out (and don't even realize it), especially during times of stress and uncertainty. I know you can be an OVERCOMER too!
How else may we help?
Vibrant Pelvic Health programs are not a substitute for individualized medical treatment; contact a physician and/or physical therapist in your area for one-on-one evaluation and a personalized treatment plan.