Overactive pelvic floor?

I think I have an overactive pelvic floor: I’m physically active, rather stressed, and used to study opera (so am really comfortable with taking diaphragmatic breaths). The exercises show me my floor is there and lose from the get go.

Should i continue doing them? Or could it make my pelvic floor even more overactive?

As a fellow singer, I don’t feel my pelvic floor is engaged at all during singing, and I breath diaphragmatically while singing too. I think diaphragmatic breathing might be useful when doing reverse kegels.

I don’t know if kegels are necessary for you but I don’t thing singing regularly exercises your pelvic floor.