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Thanks to all who came out and joined in on the fun at the third annual Girls Night Out, this year hosted by Big & Tiny Silver Lake, a beautifully designed coworking space for families that provides educational programming and childcare.

We had a night of informative and fun conversations about pelvic and sexual health with Dr. Kimberly Resnick Anderson (Sex Therapist and host of the Sex Savvy podcast), Heather Jeffcoat, DPT (owner of Femina Physical Therapy) and Lisa Valle, D.O. (Oasis Women’s Sexual Function Center).

Just a few of the exciting highlights from the evening:

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Dr. Lisa Valle, MD

Dr. Valle talked about the vulva throughout the lifespan, the lack of education about peri-menopause, and menopause, and common issues for postpartum clients. 

  • An anatomy lesson of the vulva, do you know your parts?
  • What does a normal vulva look like? They can look very different!
    Check out @the.vulva.gallery on Instagram to see drawings of how different vulvas can look.
  •  Menopause: We should learn about it and celebrate it!
  • Common symptoms of perimenopause
    • Irritability
    • Feeling of loss of control
    • Vaginal Dryness
    • Irregular menstruation (either further apart or closer together)

  • Common menopause-like symptoms experienced postpartum
    • Vaginal Dryness
    • Decreased Estrogen levels 


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Dr. Heather Jeffocoat, DPT

Our very own Heather Jeffcoat, DPT empowered us with some knowledge about physical anatomy to help bolster pelvic health.

  • Conditions including incontinence and pain with sex are too often normalized when they could easily be treated by a pelvic floor therapist. 
  • Kegels are not always the answer
  • Length-tension curve: why long muscles can be weak, and also how short muscles can be weak. 
  • A guided tour of our brain and a homunculus map.
  • Postpartum symptoms that are commonly dismissed (i.e. painful intercourse) and said that will resolve once they are done breastfeeding. Pelvic floor therapists can help address these symptoms even when still breastfeeding. Why wait when you can get help. 


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Kimberly Resnick Anderson, LCSW, AASECT Certified Sex Therapist

Sex Therapist Kimberly Resnick Anderson, LCSW, AASECT Certified Sex Therapist talked about the importance of sex positivity, explained some basics about human sexual desire, and how sex is beneficial to our health.


Throughout the evening we had a raffle full of amazing prizes including:

5- Intensity Vibrators from  InControl Medical - value $199 each
1- Apex Continence Device from  InControl Medical
2- Attain Continence Device from  InControl Medical
1- Fun Kit from Fun Factory
1- Volta vibrator from Fun Factory
2- Bottles  GoLove CBD water-based lubricant
1- Smudge kit from Mama Wunderbar

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We ended the night with some Q&A and time to mix and mingle with the speakers

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Thank you to our sponsors!

Thank you to our Silver Sponsors GoLove CBD, MoodboardsLA and HealthAde Kombucha, Community sponsors Soul Source,  Mama Wunderbar and Lady Patch and the following raffle and swag sponsors: Fun Factory, GoLove CBD,  Good Clean Love,  Uber Lube   , Lady Patch,  InControl Medical. And another shout-out to @bigandtinyspace for welcoming us to their sweet space.


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    • Testimonial by M.M.

      My husband and I were married for 5 years and unable to have intercourse, but I never knew why. After numerous awful experiences at doctor’s offices (where many doctors told me I “just needed to relax”), a surgery that didn’t fix the problem, and a year of owning dilators that didn’t get me anywhere, someone finally referred me to Heather for Physical Therapy. I finally had answers and information from someone who knew exactly what I was dealing with!

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    • Testimonial by M.N., age 28

      A personal journey and testimonial from one of my patients: I was diagnosed with vaginismus 4 years ago. I never heard of such medical condition until after I got married. At first my husband and I didn't know what to do, we didn't know what the issues were or how to overcome it. Being born and raised in Armenia and being Christian I wasn't that open about talking to sex with others and so it wasn't easy to seek help. But eventually I went to an Ob-Gyn and luckily she knew about the medical...

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