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Great for relieving symptoms of pelvic organ prolapse and urinary incontinence.​ A non invasive technique that uses breathwork and different postures to gently tone the pelvic floor and abdominal muscles.​

How it works:

The breathing technique reduces pressure in the abdomen (hypo=low) and gets the diaphragm and pelvic floor working together again (as they should, but this synergy often becomes distrupted with any form of pelvic floor dysfunction)


Significant reduction in prolapse symptoms and stress incontinence.

Improved core strength.

Reduction in diastasis recti

Improved posture

Toned waist 

Relaxation and tension release. 

​​Pelvic floor dysfunction is Very Common with 1 in 3 women experiencing stress incontinence at some point in their lives and an estimated 1 in 2 having some form of prolapse after childbirth.

It is also estimated that 1 in 10 men experience urinary incontinence.


You are not alone. But you don't have to just put up with or cope with your symptoms.


​If you feel like you've tried all other options or would just like to try something new, why not give hypopressives a try?

Let me support you with your recovery. ​​ ​

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