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Pelvic Floor Strengthening with Hypopressives

Updated: Mar 10

Women sometimes ask me if a program with me will help them tighten their vagina and strengthen their pelvic floor..

The answer is a resounding yes. From personal experience, the habit of remaining consistent with hip, gluteal, and lower ab exercises are other important factors, but the hypopressive maneuver & pelvic floor proprioception exercises are quite revolutionary.

The hypopressives learned in Low Pressure Fitness (LPF) regulate the tone of the diaphragm, deep abdominals and pelvic floor. 70 % of the muscle fibers in your pelvic floor are slow-twitch endurance fibers, intimately connected to our breathing. The LPF method of slow breathing & hypos engage these fibers, giving them the slow, deep, internal work that is needed. Vaginal and pelvic floor strengthening is a benefit to this practice as well as teaching you to better regulate your breath, the gateway to your coherence.

The different postures of LPF sessions will get this inner system toned and create better lift and support. LPF promotes multi-directional eccentric engagement of the alba line, the divider of right and left abdominal halves, helping to improve the functional strength of a diastais by thickening the connective tissue (fascia) of the linea alba.

There are reasons to learn this technique that go beyond your sensuality, from strengthening the inner core to becoming a better breather. Sometimes we need to workout a little differently to benefit other vital systems in our bodies. Schedule a discovery session today and learn of new possibilities.

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