I think it's awesome. I watched an episode of Dr Oz, not that I care for him much, about women issues and only one woman in the audience had a guided Kegel lesson with their dr! One!! I've had it done and it's embarrassing as heck, but it's effective. Most women don't wanna know what's going on down there as long as it doesn't hurt too much or effect our daily lives, myself included at times. After my 5th things changed dramatically. But I also had 3 kids in 4yrs at that point. It wasn't pretty! Googling "I think my uterus/intestines falling out" isn't pretty either.
This program is great and I wish more women had access to post-baby physical therapy for these issues. I did some exercises for this prior to pregnancy after a car accident but doing it now without guidance isn't the same.
Kristi, Mommy to Josh & Nick (identical twins 6-97) Nathen (3-02), Joey (2-04), Jacob (11-05) & Aaron (12-11) I sell Tupperware!
"A person's a person, no matter how small..." Dr Seuss