Restore your Pelvic Floor
Would you benefit from hypopressives?
If you suffer from or would like to prevent…
- Incontinence (e.g. when coughing, sneezing, laughing, or participating in exercise)
- Pelvic floor prolapse
- Weak Core
- Poor Posture
- Back Pain
- Sexual Dysfunction
- Hernias (including herniated discs)
- Prostate Issues
- Breathing and Respiratory Issues
Hypopressives was originally used in a clinical setting to support patients with pelvic floor disorders. A popular method across Europe, it has now been developed into a full body system of training and is suitable for a wider audience.
Emma Broome has helped me with a chronic medical issue, when even my Consultant could/would not help me further.
I have a big nerve that has been damaged by surgery. Also two prolapses that were gradually impacting on the nerve; also due to surgery! I was not allowed to do pelvic floor exercise as it impacted on the nerve.
After Emma worked with me, educating me in hypopressives, gradually the pain eased and I believe the prolapses have retracted a little to ease off the pressure on the nerve and no more medications!
I urge any woman with a mild prolapse to try hypopressives before surgery.
Thank you Emma