Boost your physical wellbeing with the Emy Kegel Trainer - Fizimed

Feeling good in my body

To feel good on the outside, you have to feel good on the inside. Find out here how to perform your intimate care in total privacy. Improve your wellness!

The wellbeing goal

Nowadays, men and women have all kinds of hang-ups about their bodies: too tall, too short, too fat, too skinny, too much belly, not enough muscles, etc. Well, we're going to let you in on a little secret: the perfect body really does exist! And you're in it!
Your body lets you breathe, walk, laugh, run, and experience all the best moments and emotions that life has to offer!

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Wellness tips

Wellbeing mood. Métis woman wakes up happy and stretches

Learn to accept your body

In addition to physical differences, there are those that cannot be seen on the outside, the ones we keep to ourselves. Incontinence is a perfect example that affects people of all ages. Incontinence occurs when the muscles of the pelvic floor slacken and are no longer able to perform their function. In its most serious form, incontinence can even lead to prolapse. Often neglected, the pelvic floor also plays an important role when it comes to sexual pleasure. In fact, a strong pelvic floor will improve your orgasms. Why deprive yourself?

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Care for your pelvic floor with Emy

To feel good on the outside, you have to feel good on the inside. A strong pelvic floor keeps your genital organs supported and firmly in place, which improves your confidence in your body and therefore your wellbeing. We teamed up with health care professionals to develop the Emy Kegel trainer, a device that allows you to strengthen your pelvic floor from the comfort of your home. This innovative medical solution is composed of the Emy wireless Kegel trainer and a mobile app that lets you monitor your exercises in real time by way of biofeedback. The app also comes with 20 mini-games to keep you motivated, and you’ll see results in just 3 weeks!

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Sports and nutrition: finding the right balance

It’s not easy to curb cravings (due to ghrelin, aka the hunger hormone) and keep the needle on the scale from continually inching to the right. Wellbeing starts with being at (or around) your ideal body weight. Remember, eating is as much about pleasure as health. The key? Finding the right balance between what we eat and the exercises we do to release endorphins and give us energy.
The WHO recommends 150 to 300 minutes of exercise per week, so put on your sneakers and get out into the fresh air!

Customer reviews

"Despite my illness, I can still do sports thanks to Emy."

Elisa, 27 years old.
Suffers from Ehlers-Danlos syndrome.

“With Emy, pelvic floor therapy is fun and motivating. Biofeedback is a big plus. ”
– Odile Bagot, gynaecologist -obstetrician.

“Doing Kegel exercises with Emy is awesome!  I can stay at home, take care of my children and do my exercises. “
– Amélie Tziganette, mother of 3 children and user of Emy.

“The Emy Kegel trainer is very useful. The advantage? You can just recharge it and it’s a very long-lasting product. ”
– Princess Périnée, physiotherapist specialized in pelvic floor therapy.

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