Your companion through every stage of womanhood, Laselle™ Kegel Exercisers are the perfect solution to prevent or overcome pelvic floor disorders – helping you effectively gain pelvic strength in an easy and comfortable way. The pelvic floor muscles are vital to leading a healthy feminine life, delivering an array of benefits that can protect your overall well-being.
Our Kegel weights are made of the highest quality materials for a safer and more hygienic workout. The spherical shaped weight naturally positions itself while providing you with a firm object to flex your muscles around. In addition, each exerciser features a weighted inner ball that offers the resistance you need to efficiently strengthen and also confirms its correct placement.
Staying true to Dr. Kegel's original method, the advanced design of our exercisers encourages the correct technique of lifting upwards and squeezing to ensure the best results.
Laselle™ Kegel Exercisers allow you to start with a weight that best suits your current level of strength and progress from there.
• Light Resistance (28g/1oz) is ideal for women who have a weaker pelvic floor or for beginners.
• Moderate Resistance (38g/1.3oz) is perfect for those experienced in weight-free Kegel exercising.
• Higher Resistance 48g/1.7oz is best for women experienced in weighted Kegel exercising for the most advanced training.
Absolute care for your pelvic floor
Your pelvic muscles are crucial for bladder and bowel control, a healthy pregnancy, and preservation of vaginal strength. Common health concerns such as incontinence, loss of vaginal tightness, or pelvic weakness can now be managed and overcome. With 1-in-3 women suffering from a pelvic floor disorder, protection of your intimate health is paramount.
Pelvic floor strengthening offers health benefits to women of all ages
*Please note that Laselle Kegel Exercisers should not be used during pregnancy and the early recovery stages after childbirth. If you have any questions or concerns, consult your medical practitioner before use.
Exercising with the Laselle Kegel weights is easy – simply follow our step-by-step training guide and you'll rapidly start to see results.
Laselle Kegel Exercisers are available in progressive weights to provide personalized resistance training for any woman at any age. Advance through our 3 weight options to rapidly see and feel the progress you've made. Simply select the weight that best suits your personal needs:
With our Laselle Kegel Exercisers, you should always feel comfortable – follow the directions below for a Laselle experience that's easy and effective.
Feel your pelvic floor muscles by inserting one lubricated finger approximately 2cm inside your vagina. Rest your finger against the internal sidewalls as you squeeze and lift your anus, urethra, & vagina to feel your pelvic floor muscles contracting. A Kegel exercise should feel similar to the movements that start and stop urine flow.
Clean Laselle before & after each use, ideally with a purpose-made solution such as the Intimina Accessory Cleaner. Keeping the retraction cord outside the body, insert the Laselle weight approximately 2cm inside the vagina, using some water-based lubricant for added comfort.
We recommend that beginners or those with a weak pelvic floor start in a lying down position since it effectively exercises the muscles with minimal exertion. For the best results, you should be able to comfortably use your exercisers while standing, as lifting against gravity adds resistance to the training.
Staying true to Dr. Kegel's original method, our exercisers feature an advanced design that enables you to develop the correct technique of lifting upwards and squeezing.
The key to an effective Kegel training routine is to be gentle with your body and feel comfortable at every step of the way. When you begin Kegel training, try to use the same amount of time for steps 2 & 4; i.e. if you hold for 6 seconds, you should follow with a rest period of at least 6 seconds. However, as your strength grows, your resting period can be as short as you feel necessary before repeating the exercise.
Initially, to gauge your ability, we recommend hold and rest times of 2 seconds. As you progress through your training and begin to feel more comfortable, you should increase this time in increments of 2 seconds. For the most advanced routines, you should be able to hold your contractions for 10 seconds.
1. Contract your pelvic floor muscles, lift the exerciser(s) upwards
2. Hold the contraction for 2-10 seconds, while taking
3. Release the contraction
4. Rest & relax for a minimum of your hold time, or for as long as you need before repeating the exercise
Repeat 10 times for a Kegel set. If this is challenging,
reduce your repetitions to an amount that is comfortable for you.
For an efficient workout, perform a Kegel set 3 times a week on alternate weekdays
Progressive Kegel exercise is essential for attaining the most effective strengthening. Advancing through our 3 weight options allows you to challenge your pelvic floor with increased resistance.
Pelvic floor muscles, just like other muscle groups, require regular exercise to stay in great shape. This is why we recommend that women always continue training with Laselle™.
We recommend you choose a weight according to your level. If after 2-3 weeks the exercises require little effort and you have followed the guidelines for advancing your routine, then you may choose to progress to the next weight level. For example, if you use a 28g/1oz. exerciser for 2-3 weeks and feel comfortable enough to challenge yourself further, you should then increase to a 38g/1.3oz. exerciser.
For the most advanced level:
For those using a 48g/1.3oz. exerciser and seeking more advanced training, you have the option to increase your weight by using two exercisers together. For example, combine a 48g/1.7oz. exerciser with either a 28g/1oz. or 38g/1.3oz. exerciser by linking their retraction cords. Stay in great shape with our weight combinations!
Insert one at a time, using a water-based lubricant to help with insertion.
As every woman will progress at a different rate, it is important to exercise at your own level of personal comfort. Depending on your own abilities and the strength of your pelvic floor muscles, it may take some time before you can comfortably increase your weight level.
Please note that advice offered by Intimina may not be relevant to your individual case. Pelvic floor exercisers should not be used during pregnancy and the early stages of recovery from childbirth. Also, women who have had genitourinary or pelvic surgery should wait at least six weeks before use. For specific concerns regarding your health, always consult your medical practitioner.
Your pelvic floor muscles, just like other muscle groups, must be exercised to stay strong and healthy. The Laselle Training Regiment is the only pelvic floor training system that can be completely personalized to meet your needs.
Laselle Exercisers come in varying weights that can be used individually or combined to create up to 6 weight combinations. Progressing through the weight levels and then linking multiple exercisers to build strength further allows you to rapidly see and feel the progress you've made.
Kegel exercises, named after Dr. Arnold Kegel, consist of contracting and relaxing the muscles that form part of the pelvic floor (now sometimes colloquially referred to as the "Kegel muscles"). Otherwise known as the pubococcygeus or PC muscles, they stretch from the front of your vaginal opening to your coccyx (tailbone). Strengthening them brings a broad range of benefits because these muscles are responsible for many things, including urinary, vaginal and bowel control. As such, Kegel exercises are intended to condition your muscles to help you retain greater control over these essential organs.
The pelvic floor muscles form a cradle of support for the uterus, bowel and bladder, as well as controlling the sensitive muscles in the rectal and urethral area. Muscle inactivity, aging and stretching of the muscles during childbirth weakens the pelvic floor muscles, which can lead to urinary and bowel incontinence or pelvic organ prolapse. Doing pelvic floor exercises regularly gives you greater control over these important muscles and also leads to heightened sensitivity during intimate activities.
Laselle Kegel Exercisers allow for easier and more efficient Kegel training. The exercisers provide you with a static device to squeeze around so as to help you locate your PC muscles (pelvic floor muscles) and exercise more effectively. Meanwhile, the weighted inner balls respond to your natural movement, resulting in discreet kinetic vibrations to help promote PC muscle contractions. Additionally, the exercisers can be linked for added resistance, helping you create a tailored exercise routine.
They were specially created for your intimate area in order to be safe, soft and very comfortable to wear. The exercisers are made entirely from body-safe materials, including phthalate-free silicone and ABS. With their bacteria-resistant retraction leashes, non-porous silicone skins and outer rings of durable ABS plastic, the exercisers are extremely hygienic and easy-to-clean.
Inserting the exercisers is simple; assume a comfortable position and insert the exerciser fully into the vagina using a little water-based lubricant. There is no need to push the exerciser deep inside as it should rest comfortably above the vaginal wall about 2cm inside. If you are inserting more than one ball, follow the same method, inserting the lead ball first and then the second ball with the retraction leash facing out. Maintain a relaxed breathing pattern and use a gentle but firm motion to introduce the balls into your vaginal opening.
With the retraction leash, taking the exerciser out is as easy as putting it in. The leash is 7cm long to facilitate easy removal. Make sure the retraction leash protrudes slightly from the vagina when you insert the exerciser. To remove, simply pull the leash, gently at first, increasing pressure as required. If the exerciser does not come out easily, try sitting or lying down, relax your body, and pull the leash a little harder.
The exercisers can be used together to provide a varied and more complete workout routine. Simply link them using the retraction leash and the leash openings. Doing so according to your level of pelvic fitness allows you to tailor your training to your needs. With a combination of balls, gravity will compel your muscles to work harder meaning a more challenging and complete workout.
Experiment with different balls until you find the combination that is both challenging and comfortable enough for you. Take care not to ask too much of your body; if the weight is too much or if you experience any discomfort, remove the balls and switch to a lighter combination.
Clean your exerciser before and after each use, either with anti-bacterial soap and water or with a purpose-made product such as our Intimate Accessory Cleaner. Wipe dry with a lint-free towel or cloth. Never use cleansers containing alcohol, petrol or acetone as these substances have the potential to disturb your natural balance and they may also damage the silicone on the outer shell of the exerciser.
Laselle Kegel Exercisers help you to strengthen the muscles which lift the delivery canal and control contractions during labor. Consistent Kegel training, supplemented by the exercisers, may help to prevent the complications caused by weak pelvic floor muscles. Because of the added pressure on the pelvic floor muscles during pregnancy, it is ideal to make a daily habit of using the Laselle Exercisers to strengthen these all-important muscles and prepare your body before you become pregnant.
It is advised that expectant mothers refrain from introducing foreign materials into their vaginas while carrying, as there is an increased risk for miscarriage and premature rupturing of the membranes. If you have any questions, please consult your physician.
Kegel exercising is often recommended in postpartum recovery, although it is suggested to begin exercising with a ball of lighter weight, progressing on to a routine with greater resistance as your muscles regain their strength. It is important to remember to give yourself enough recovery time after giving birth before starting any exercise routine. If you have any questions regarding the appropriate time to start exercising again, please consult your physician.
We recommend usage while you are active as this is when your muscles are stimulated to exercise.
As with any exercise regime, keeping to a regular schedule is important. Laselle can be used discreetly at any time, why not try inserting the exerciser before daily tasks that cause you to move around?
If the exercise gets too easy, you can increase the resistance by using an exerciser of a heavier weight or by linking more than one exerciser together to personalize your routine.
Results will vary based upon your current level of pelvic floor fitness. Like any exercise routine, consistency is important. Laselle will supplement regular pelvic floor exercises because you can insert them at any time of day and feel secure that you are working on the correct set of pelvic floor muscles. As with strengthening any muscle, you will notice steady improvement according to the consistency of your exercise regime.
Laselle Kegel Exercisers comes with their own antibacterial storage pouch, giving you the perfect place for storage between uses.