This is a HYPOPRESSIVE® video blog page of sorts that will be updated with videos with regards to  HYPOPRESSIVE training.  The first two act as an introduction to Hypopressive exercise, with my personal story as well as the difference between the Hypopressive exercises and traditional core exercises.

My hopes are to supply you with some shorter videos that will help to explain and demonstrate some of the poses. This is by no means a way to learn how to do HYPOPRESSIVE exercise without a certified trainer.

Like any exercise program it is important to work with someone who is qualified to teach to help prevent injury!

My Personal Prolapse Story, from Discovery to Recovery of Stage 2 Cystocele

For the full story, read this.

Hypopressive  Exercise vs Traditional Core Abdominal Exercises

We need to change our way of thinking when it comes to abdominal and core training.  We must balance our core exercises to address all types of muscle function before we do too much damage and increase our risk of injury to include (pelvic floor dysfunction, prolapse, incontinence, hernia, poor posture, poor breathing patterns)

Hypopressive Exercise for Post-Natal Moms

Hypopressive exercise is ideal for post-natal moms looking to restore there core without causing detrimental pressure towards their pelvic floor.  Improve posture while decreasing waist size, improve abdominal & pelvic floor tone and function.

Hypopressive Exercise, Post-Natal Core Restoration

Hypopressive exercise is a fitness program that is ideal for post-natal moms looking to restore their core to optimal health.  This global approach to core restoration involves far more than just a breathing technique.  A series of specific postures and poses also play a significant role in this  approach and need to be considered for optimal results in restoring pelvic floor health , abdominal tone, decreasing waist size & improving posture.

Hypopressive with Ultrasound of Bladder Lift

Hypopressives Not Just a Breathing Technique!

Hypopressives is a POSTURAL & BREATHING technique. The details in the specific Hypopressive poses coupled with the breathing technique is what amplifies the results. This video demonstrates the impact the specific modifications made from a simulated poor posture into the Athena pose has on the overall outcome.

A Short Tutorial on the Hypopressive Technique 

Trista Zinn offers a short tutorial on the Hypopressive technique.
This video will give you a glimpse into what the practice of the Hypopressive technique involves. There are some basic details and cues within the Demeter/ lying down pose, the Venus /standing pose as well as the breathing technique.
The breathing technique is a complex segment to Hypopressive training and needs the guidance of a qualified Hypopressive professional it is for this reason not ALL the details to the breath are revealed in this segment.

The full interview is on the media page.

Effects of Hypopressive Exercise
on Pelvic Organ Prolapse

This video shows a bladder prolapse, content  might be sensitive to some viewers. Watch the video here.


Effects of Hypopressive Exercise vs Abdominal Curl up on Pelvic Floor

See the difference between the effects of an abdominal curl up and a Hypopressive exercise on the pelvic floor. In one abdominal curl up, intra-abdominal pressure increases and in the other Hypopressive, decreases intra-abdominal pressure. This video may be sensitive to some viewers. Watch the video here.

Alignment For Better Breath, Core and Pelvic Health

Breathe with Ease for Core and Pelvic Function

This breath is for you.


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