Discover the power of Yoni eggs with this comprehensive guide

Discover the reasons why pelvic floor training is beneficial

Learn the best practices of using a Yoni egg a with clear, step-by-step instructions, as well as detailed information on the benefits of Yoni eggs and how to select the right type of egg for you. Perfect for Yoni egg beginners and experienced users alike.

Muscle relaxation

By practicing with the yoni egg, you can alleviate tension.

Blood flow

Regular use of the yoni egg promotes increased blood flow to the vagina.

Stronger pelvic floor

Elevate your pleasure to new heights by strengthening your pelvic floor for mind-blowing orgasms. It is also beneficial for pre- and post-natal training.


Flexibility doesn't mean being flaccid and yielding, but rather controlling the release of your muscles. The ability to relax your muscles will let your experience more intense orgasms.

Elevated movement

With guidance and practice, you can develop the ability to move the yoni egg inside the vagina, enabling you to have complete control over different muscle groups.

Increase your sensitivity to new heights!

Train your internal musculature to differentiate between the different muscle groups, enhancing your sensitivity over time.


Due to enhanced muscle strength, yo you will be able to hold your water more effectively.

Enhanced libido

Enhanced blood circulation, a sense of relaxation, improved flexibility, and heightened sensitivity contribute to a heightened level of sensual and sexual desire.

Here is how you train your pelvic floor

A guide to training your pelvic floor

The entire pelvic floor musculature helps to keep the uterus in place. At the same time, the small muscles act as a closing "valve" for the bladder.

A trained and flexible pelvic floor gives both you and your partner greater pleasure in connection with sex and you will find that your orgasms will be stronger.

Training your pelvic floor muscles can help alleviate a sunken uterus while also providing treatment and prevention for urinary incontinence.e, e.g. in connection with childbirth, illness and surgery. A Danish study has shown that 16% of all women ml. 40-60 are urinary incontinent and the number is increasing.

How to find your pelvic floor:

Lie back and fully relax your abdomen, thighs, and buttocks. Gently insert your finger into your vagina and contract the pelvic floor muscles, similar to when you pause urinating. You should feel your pelvic floor/vagina tighten around your finger - it is this muscle that must work and the other muscles must relax completely.

How to train with pelvic floor yoni egg or kegel balls

Before inserting the egg into the vagina, apply a small amount of lubricant. Begin by lying on your back, then you have the option to sit, stand, or walk while keeping the egg elevated.

  1. First, the pelvic floor must be activated: this is done by squeezing the egg 5 times in quick succession (then relax for 5 seconds), this is done 5 times in a row.
  2. Then squeeze the egg together for 5 seconds. and relax for 5 sec., do this 5 times.
    (As you become more trained, this can be increased to 10,15,20,25,30 sec., remember to relax for the number of sec. you squeeze).
  3. Finally, squeeze the ball for as long as you can and take a break afterwards.

Once you have become more aware of your pelvic floor and abdomen, you can start walking around with the ball. The weight of the ball causes it to seek towards the opening and you will automatically squeeze the pelvic floor and hold the egg inside. It also becomes easier to train in everyday life.

Remember that a healthy pelvic floor is flexible and elastic and an overstretched pelvic floor is sore and hard. When you feel ready to switch to a smaller egg or kegel ball that weighs more and is smaller, you can do so.

Happy training!