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What is Hypopressives

Hypopressives are Postures and Breathing Techniques to Decrease the Excess of Pressure in the Abdominal Cavity.​

A low pressure way to improve your pelvic health.

Do you pee a little when you cough, laugh, sneeze or lift things? Do you have pelvic discomfort? Is your sex life suffering? Do you find it hard to breathe? Have you got diastasis or a hernia? Post natal? Do you want to improve and prevent pelvic floor dysfunction.

Hypopressives may help with all of these symptoms and more.

Suitable for men and women.

You may already doing Hypopressives but you don’t know if you are doing it right? Do you notice tightness around your rib cage when you do Hypopressives? Can you get the activation of your abdominal muscles and your pelvic floor?

I’m here to help you, men and women need Hypopressives. For both beginners and more advanced practitioners to become competent and successful with Hypopressives.

Traditional abdominal exercises only work on strengthening abdominal muscles and the muscles imbalances continue. Hypopressives will balance your muscles properly for better mobility and injury protection.

Hypopressives is quite complex and needs expert guidance to learn to correctly.

Some of the Benefits of Hypopressives Include:

See visible abdominal changes

Prevent Back Pain

Shrink Waistline

Improve Postural Imbalances

Decrease Pressure in overworked pelvic floors

Prevent prolapses

Improve Pelvic Health

Increase Core Strength


What is Hypopressives? What is Apnea?

Its more than that! Hypopressives include: manual therapy, integrity of the joints, assessment of range of motion, strength, and special tests to find imbalances.

What is the Difference Between Traditional Abdominals and Hypopressives?

Traditional abdominal exercises strengthen the abdominal muscles and the intra-abdominal pressure increases. Hypopressives activate the abdominal muscle tone and the intra-abdominal pressure decreases.

What Kind of Postures are Performed During Hypopressives?

Hypopressives include 8 different postures with variations in arm positions to replicate daily functional positions. Breathing techniques decrease the excess of pressure in the intra-abdominal cavity. The postures start in standing and then move to the floor. All postures can be modified for all levels.

Who Created this Method and What Was theReason?

This method was created by Doctor Marcel Caufriez in 1980’s to rehabilitate pelvic floor.


If you are suffering with pelvic floor dysfunction, leaking, prolapse, shallow breathing. Or just want to find out more get in touch. 121 sessions available in person or online.

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