About Bodyconnect

It is actually about YOU. It’s about all of you who came to see me in clinic and at the pelvic floor workshops, all the women I have met and got chatting to about pelvic floor concerns and all the women I haven’t met yet with the same issues and questions. I realised that we as women just don’t know enough about our pelvic floors to look after it and as a consequence, ourselves properly. Thank you for inspiring me to set up Bodyconnect to change this. This is all for you.

What do we do? We are a secure online community created for you by professionals with everything you need to know about how to look after your pelvic floor. This will include educational and demonstrative videos, access to a resource library, a members forum to share insight and ask questions anonymously as well as regular Q&A sessions with doctors, physio’s and other relevant health professionals. Why don’t you try the pelvic floor test to find out the true state of your pelvic floor and start learning about your pelvic floor today? Join here.

Lene Cunis

After coming across and treating so many women in the clinic presenting with spinal and women’s health problems (that could have been avoided if they only knew more about their pelvic floor), I set up pelvic floor and core workshops in London to educate women about their pelvic floor, what to do if something goes wrong and how to prevent future problems. Educating women about their pelvic floor is something I am very passionate about, and for me the next big step to reach more women with this important information was to create Bodyconnect. Bodyconnect is an online community with everything you need to know to look after your pelvic floor including videos, access to a resource library, members forum and Q&A sessions with doctors, physio’s and other relevant health professionals.” Enjoy!


Lene is a senior physiotherapist and founder of Bodyconnect. She is married to Andy and proud mum to 3 young boys. A little background on Lene:

Lene qualified as a chartered physiotherapist in 2000 and has over 14 years of experience in musculo-skeletal and sports injury physiotherapy. After qualifying she has completed many post graduate courses ranging from specialized women’s health, acupuncture, Pilates and spinal/ musculo skeletal courses. She has worked with individuals ranging from professional athletes to the recreational sports person to dancers in London’s West End and the Royal Ballet. With a special interest in spinal and women’s health, she also has longstanding experience in treating and rehabilitating a variety of spinal, pelvic and women’s health conditions. These include

  • Pre and post natal physiotherapy related to back and pelvis problems/pain
  • Stress incontinence
  • Safe return to exercises/activity after pregnancy
  • Continence problems or pain after surgery (abdominal or pelvic)
  • Addressing and treating any pelvic floor problems/concerns
  • Assessing and rehabilitating rectus diastasis

The treatment is individually tailored and based on combining existing knowledge with specialised postgraduate courses and new research in the field.

Some of the techniques used include: manipulation, mobilisations, trigger point release, muscle energy techniques, acupuncture and Pilates. She integrates Pilates and core stability exercises into the rehabilitation programme aiming for lasting recovery.

Lene is available for one to one physiotherapy sessions or checkups at Covent Garden Physio located within Somerset House, London. For further enquiries please email info@coventgardenphysio.com

She is HPC registered and a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy. She is covered by most major insurance companies including Bupa, AXA PPP, Cigna, Pru Health and Aviva.

When she is not educating women about their pelvic floor or working in the clinic, Lene is busy with her 3 (mostly!) wonderful boys!