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This program should be made available to all women of childbearing years and beyond!


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This program should be made available to all women of childbearing years and beyond!


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Natural Healing Programs for Women

Our 2 world-class, female-designed healing programs have a 93% success rate. The evidence-based solutions are created by women who have been where you are, and healed naturally:

A Pelvic Floor Dysfunction program, to help naturally reverse symptoms such as prolapse, bulging, chafing and pelvic pain.

A Diastasis Recti Program to help naturally reverse symptoms of Diastasis Recti, including a ‘Mommy Pooch’ or stomach bulge.

How it all began: Filippa Odevall

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Meet co-founder Filippa, who healed from pelvic prolapse naturally and used that knowledge to create our signature No Kegels System.

We have since helped over 400 women improve their pelvic health. You can be next!

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The MoonRise Difference

The fact that 89% of customers would recommend us reinforces our belief in programs that are:

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100% natural, female-designed therapies that work! Finally, a viable alternative to pills, surgery, invasive devices. 

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Programs created by women with experience of your symptoms, dedicated to your personalised care. 

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Regular, 121 time with your practitioner + a tribe of women also on the program connecting to you via Zoom calls and Facebook groups. 

MoonRiser’s Reported
Outcomes After 90 Days


Observe a drastic reduction in symptoms after 12 weeks


Decide not to undergo surgery or invasive procedures


Recommend the program to other women with pelvic floor dysfunction
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* Measured through weekly user surveys for the whole duration of 12-weeks.

** Supplemented with data from a Mid-Program Check-In at Week 6 and End Program Feedback at Week 12

*** Total number of participants: 28

Our Program Pillars

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Our Program Pillars

Everyone’s problems are unique, and so it follows that our solutions should be too. We commit to a range of treatments with the belief that a multimodal approach leads to better results.5

Mind-based Practices

To activate your Parasympathetic Nervous System. Working with your body’s own healing engine, we accelerate recovery. 

Body-based practices

Cultivate a reactivated fascia and reflexive pelvic floor. with Block Therapy, Hypopressives, Reflexology, Aromatherapy, Massage & more. 

Lifestyle Practices

Diet, habit building, bathing routines, sleep support and herbs are some of the many techniques that support a holistic recovery.

Discover Our Program for Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

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The world’s first natural healing program for pelvic dysfunction symptoms such as prolapse, incontinence, weak pelvic floor:

  • 12 week Personalized Program
  • Dedicated Practitioner
  • 100% Natural Methods
  • 90-day money-back guarantee
  • A community of women sharing your journey
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Here's what MoonRisers have to say about our Programs:

Here's what MoonRisers have to say

about our Programs:


“Feeling progress in week 3 was amazing! Week 7, I would go on the whole week with no symptoms! By week 10, I was symptom-free.”


“I got both physical and mental tools and a lot of support from Filippa. I can, from my heart, recommend MoonRise programs.”


“From the first time I did the apnea exercise, everything started to make sense! I could physically feel it worked!”

Who are we?

Hop on over to ‘We are MoonRise’ to find out more about us!


1 Prevalence of Symptomatic Pelvic Floor Disorders in US Women.
Nygaard, I. (2008). JAMA, 300(11), 1311.

2 The demographics of pelvic floor disorders: Current observations and future projections, American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology,
Karl M. Luber, Sally Boero, Jennifer Y. Choe, Volume 184, Issue 7, 2001, Pages 1496-1503.

3 Menopause – Understanding the impact on women and their partners.
Currie, H., & Moger, S. J. (2019). Post Reproductive Health, 25(4), 183–190.

4 “Brave men” and “emotional women”: A theory-guided literature review on gender bias in health care and gendered norms towards patients with chronic pain.
Samulowitz, A., Gremyr, I., Eriksson, E., & Hensing, G. (2018). Pain Research and Management, 2018, 1–14.

5 Tailored Healthcare: Two Perspectives on the Development and Use of Patient Profiles.
Dekkers, T., & Hertroijs, D. (2018). Advances in therapy, 35(9), 1453–1459.

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