Hypopressives for Womens’ Health

Take control of your intimate health
improve your quality of life…

  • Know you should be doing something for your feminine health but feeling uncertain, uninspired or let down by pelvic floor exercises?
  • Want the freedom to laugh and run without peeing but lost all hope?
  • Crave a stronger. more toned body but punishing planks and killer core workouts not for you?
  • Often feel overwhelmed but have no time for meditation?

The Hypopressive method, a coupling of breath work and mindful movement is a natural and reliable way to balance and strengthen the muscles in your pelvic floor, tummy and spine without strain. Hypopressive exercise will leave you feeling physically and emotionally rebalanced, more resilient and in control. No previous exercise experience or ability is needed to do, enjoy and benefit from this revolutionary technique, that can help you prevent and dramatically improve common struggles like incontinence and prolapse naturally.

Pelvic Health symptoms can be a real, as well as a proverbial, pain in the butt, varying from a mild inconvenience or embarrassment, to seriously impacting on the choices we make, our intimate relations and how we live our lives. When symptoms cause us to withdraw from socialising & physical activity, it can have a knock-on effect on our overall health, as well as our feelings of well-being and self-worth.

Although symptoms like these are very common, the majority are treatable with Hypopressives and simple lifestyle modifications.

The Hypopressive Method, coupled with a physiotherapy foundation has been a game changer for me in helping myself and other women reduce symptoms, regain confidence and do the things we enjoy.

I have successfully used Hypopressives with women of all abilities, from those with no previous exercise experience to athletes wanting to quickly and effectively regain core and pelvic floor function post pregnancy as well as those in between.

What are the signs my pelvic floor needs help?

It’s not just pregnancy, birth and the menopause that can lead to Pelvic Health symptoms. Other factors such as a strenuous lifestyle, abdominal surgery, digestive problems like IBS, and respiratory infections can affect or add to the strain of the muscles in our core and pelvic floor.

Signs our core system needs help include:

      • Back/pelvic pain
      • Bladder urgency
      • Diastasis recti (abdominal separation)
      • Inability to use tampons
      • Peeing or passing wind involuntarily
      • Sexual dissatisfaction
      • Vaginal heaviness or a visible bulge down below (prolapse)

If anything mentioned here is familiar to you, you are most definitely not alone and below are some facts which may reassure you of this;

      • 1 in 3 women in the uk:
          • are affected by urinary incontinence
          • experience bladder leaks during sex
          • dress differently because of pelvic health symptoms
      • Around half of us will:
          • have a prolapse
          • worry about laughing in public
          • have experienced leaks whilst shopping
          • avoid social events due to bladder problems
      • And 75% of us avoid group exercise due to bladder control issues

There is an answer, with Hypopressive exercise and some simple tweaks to lifestyle, it is completely possible to prevent, improve and even cure these symptoms.

How is this different to pelvic floor exercises I've done before?