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Low Pressure Fitness (LPF) is a unique and comprehensive training system inspired by the Hypopressives technique. It combines postural and respiratory exercises, my-ofascial stretching, and dynamic neural mobilization. This body re-education targets and restores the core and pelvic floor muscles.

LPF's International Certification offers professional courses for individuals, clinicians, fitness, movement, and bodywork professionals in collaboration with LPF USA


A hypopressive or abdominal vacuum is often used while performing the technical poses and movements within Low Pressure Fitness, creating reduced pressure throughout the abdomen and pelvic girdle.


Let me explain you the difference , Hypopressives is a word that means reduce pressure

The use of the "vacuum" technique, the hypopressives , has dated back to ancient practice of yoga and pranayama, it is known as Uddiyana Bhanda (means Lift-up)  performed for abdominal massage and energy benefits.

 In the early days of body building the stomach vacuum was used to accentuate the waistline and physique .

 During the 1980s in Europe, Dr. Marcel Caufriez started researching the use of hypopressives for women to help improve pelvic floor dysfunction such as pelvic organ prolapse. 

By 2006, Dr. Tamara Rial and Piti Pinsach, began researching and developing a comprehensive exercise, fascial approach, and postural training system built on the hypopressive techniques, and by 2014, a revolutionary movement system... Low Pressure Fitness was created. 

LPF is the name of the training system that use the hypopressives technique

The goal was to create a mind-body-breathwork practice and routine that was easily accessible for the general public to help improve pelvic floor dysfunction and combat some of the negative effects traditional sports can cause.

Low Pressure Fitness continues to grow, evolve and train fitness professionals from around the world. What started in Spain has now grown to become an Internationally recognized training system, with over 10,000 trainers representing health and fitness professions. With increased awareness, the prevalence of Pelvic Floor dysfunction (according to the NIH, 1 in 3 women experience some form of pelvic floor dysfunction), and education availability more practitioners including Pelvic Health Physical Therapists are incorporating the techniques into their treatment plans. 

Low Pressure Fitness, continues to be on the pulse of hypopressives and fascial research, consistently updating, developing and mentoring its master coaches and instructors to offer the highest quality of instructor and training. Learn from the experts and original in hypopressives training. To become Low Pressure Fitness certified, you need to complete all 3 levels of training, student teaching as well as take a competency exam.


Postpartum Rehab
Retrain your core muscles after having a baby and heal a Diastasis Recti (abdominal muscle separation)

Pelvic Organ Prolapse
Symptoms of POP can be improved with this revolutionary system to lift the organs, decongest the pelvis and adapt to rises of Intra-abdominal pressure.

Prevent Leakage
Helps those with urinary incontinence (uncontrollable leakage) and other forms of Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Slim the Waistline
Coordinate the abdominal wall and train the inner muscular corset to flatten the belly.

Athletic Performance
Enhance breathing and balance over and undertrained muscles that can occur with focused sport training.

Sexual Dysfunction
Improve certain types of sexual dysfunction by improving pelvic muscle tone, pain and nervous system state.

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