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Is Your Vagina Getting Loose?
2 Easy Kegel Exercises with Je Joue Ami - Kegel Balls
Train Your Vagina to Return to the Tightness You Once Had!

You cannot feel any penetration from your partner?!
Your partner said they can’t feel how tight you are?
Experiencing incontinence after giving birth?!
The vagina is not as sensitive as before giving birth?

You even would have Uterus/Bladder prolapse if
you don’t exercise the pelvic floor muscles!

The longer you ignore these problems, the weaker the muscles will be! So is your vagina getting loose? Kegel Exercises can definitely benefit your health, as well as your vaginal and pelvic floor muscles no matter what!

Health Benefits


Every gender can benefit from stronger pelvic floor muscles (yes, you penis-owners should be doing your Kegels too!) A strong pelvic floor leads to increased sensitivity during sex, stronger orgasms, and reduced symptoms of erectile dysfunction. A weak pelvic floor leads to incontinence and prolapse.

How to Locate Pelvic Floor Muscles?
If you’re struggling to locate these muscles, try inserting a *clean* finger inside your vagina or rectum and try to squeeze it – without tightening your tummy, buttocks or thighs.

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Perfect way to do Kegel Exercises with Je Joue Ami Kegel Balls.
Locating pelvic floor muscles more precisely.

Your pelvic floor consists of layers of muscles, nerves, and connective tissues that form a sling, or hammock, that support ALL of your internal organs. They hold your bladder, vagina or penis, and back passage in place, so undoubtedly having a strong pelvic floor comes with a staggeringly wide range of health benefits:

  • Prevent and treat urinary and faecal incontinence
  • Prevent and treat pelvic organ prolapse
  • Increased sensitivity during sex and stronger, more frequent orgasms
  • Prevent and treat erectile dysfunction
  • Pregnancy Benefits: shorter labour and faster post-birth recovery

A stronger pelvic floor helps protect us against these issues AND can dramatically improve our sex lives…so, why isn’t EVERYONE doing them?! With Je Joue’s Kegel balls, Ami can be a great way of helping you find and engage your pelvic floor muscles. ONLY 2 Steps to Improve your sex life & vaginal and pelvic floor muscles!

Men can also do the following exercises, just without the Kegel Balls;)

2 Easy Kegel Exercises with Ami - Kegel Balls

Step 1: Put the Je Joue’s Kegel balls, Ami, into the vagina.
Beginner's Ami 1: weighs 47g and has a 4.3-inch/~11cm girth
Intermediate Ami 2: weighs 78g and has a 3.9-inch/~10cm girth
Advanced Ami 3: weighs 106g and has a 3.6-inch/~9.15cm girth

The smaller and heavier the weight, the harder your pelvic floor has to work. But of course, we suggest Asian ladies use the smaller one, Ami 3 first if you haven’t given birth as it is easier for you to insert. Use Ami 1 first if you have given birth.

Step 2: Do Breathing Exercise: Energise Your Body & Connect with Your Breathing

    Cycles of “Slow Inhale - Muscle Contraction & Slow Exhale - Muscle Relaxation”

    Picture a feather lying at the bottom of your pelvis.Try using a breathing ratio of inhaling for two seconds, exhale for three seconds through your nostrils. Remember it’s equally important to practice the controlled, slow release of the muscles as it is to practice tensing them uptight.
    1 set = 10 x Feather Breaths (inhale for two, exhale for two). Try to imagine that your breaths lift the feather a little higher each time.

    Cycles of “Big Inhales - Muscle Relaxation & Quick Exhales - Muscle Contraction”

    Inhale deeply for three seconds to fill your bellows, then exhale powerfully for one second while pushing your pelvic floor up towards your diaphragm. You should feel like you could blow up a balloon through your nostrils with this movement.
    1 set = 10 x balloon breaths (inhale for three, exhale explosively for one)


The Schedule

For Women Who Have Given Birth:

If you really want to see a difference, you need to treat your Kegel exercises like any other fitness routine. A minimum of 5 minutes, three times a day – or as many times as you can remember – is what we should be aiming for.

OR Twice A Day:
If it’s easier for you to fit in two lots of 10 minutes, as soon as you wake up and before bed for example, then by all means go for that!

For Busy Working Ladies:

If all you can manage is 15 minutes once a day while you apply your morning make-up or during your lunch break, then that’s still great too! It’s about finding a sustainable daily routine for you which will eventually become as natural as brushing your teeth!

Or, if you are way too busy to sit down and do the exercise… Just put the Kegel Balls in and keep working on whatever you are doing.

*You can wear Kegel Balls for up to six hours at a time, but we recommend starting with just 15 minutes or so and working your way up. Just like with any workout, you may not feel the ache until the next day!

How Long Does It Take To See Results From Kegel Training?

It takes time for exercise to make muscles stronger and as with any training, increased time and effort will mean results more quickly. Using weighted Kegel balls will also speed up your progress. Using Ami balls, you should start feeling results after 1 to 3 weeks of regular use (or even the day after if you’ve had a particularly strenuous session!)

If you already have symptoms of incontinence, you should start to feel better and have fewer symptoms after 4 to 6 weeks of regular Kegel training.

You will need to exercise regularly for at least 3 months before the muscles gain their full strength. Again, using weighted Kegel Balls should speed up this process.

Once you learn how to do them, do not practice Kegel exercises at the same time you are urinating. Doing the exercises while you are urinating can weaken your pelvic floor muscles over time or cause damage to the bladder and kidneys.

In women, doing Kegel exercises incorrectly or with too much force may cause vaginal muscles to tighten too much. This can cause pain during sexual intercourse. Listen to your body and don’t do more than what feels comfortable for you.

It may take 3 to 6 months for your incontinence to lessen once you start doing these exercises.

You should find them easy and relaxing. If you get back pain or stomach pain after you exercise, you are probably trying too hard and using your stomach muscles. If you experience headaches, then you are also tensing your chest muscles and probably holding your breath.

Call your health care provider if you are not sure you are doing Kegel exercises the right way. Your provider can check to see if you are doing them correctly. You may be referred to a physical therapist who specializes in pelvic floor exercises.

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