Rosemarie Sanche is a registered physiotherapist at Rise Health specializing in male and female pelvic health. Pelvic floor assessment and treatment may be the first or next step in treatment or finding help.
A year ago I was introduced to the Hypopressives (a.k.a. Low Pressure Fitness) technique. March 2017 I started offering classes at Rise Health for an intimate group of 6 participants. One-on-one assessments preceded my introduction of the hypopressive foundational poses. Hypopressive techniques are postural and breathing exercises done in a systematic way so that they achieve, among other effects, a decrease in intraabdominal pressure (IAP). The most striking improvements are on pelvic floor dysfunction, breathing pattern disorders and postural imbalances. Far more than a breathing technique, Hypopressive training offers a full body approach to restoring and maintaining core function; respiration, circulation, pelvic health, nervous system and postural alignment. Read on and contact Rise Health if you’d like to see Rosemarie to begin your Hypopressive practice.