Lower urinary track symptoms (LUTS) affect many older adults. Existing methods to evaluate the lower urinary tract are invasive and provide limited information about changes in bladder anatomy and detrusor muscle function. Use of non-invasive methods for the study of lower urinary tract anatomy and function has been limited. This pilot study demonstrates the feasibility of MRI urodynamics in healthy subjects and in LUTS patients. Future advancements in this study will be aimed at using the data acquired to further deepen the comprehension of the bladder voiding cycle.