What is LPF?

It is an innovative postural and repiratory training system with hypopressive techniques. LPF combines myofascial stretching and hypopressive and neurodynamic exercises, together with the latest teaching methodology in physical exercise science.

Excessive intra-abdominal pressure has a negative impact on different parts of the body, such as the back, the abdomen and the pelvic floor.

LPF focuses on reducing pressure, thus achieving more toned, flexible muscles, improved breathing and a healthy spine.

Bad postural habits or physical inactivity trigger imbalances and muscle weaknesses, which can lead to different problems.

Backache, hernias, urinary incontinence and even that “ugly” belly are just a few examples.

Low Pressure Fitness - LPF

LPF improves:

  • Pelvic floor function (especially after giving birth)

  • Core Strength

  • Posture

Also Prevents and/or Recovers

  • Prolapse

  • Diastasis Recti (Abdominal separation)

  • Urinary Incontinence

LPF at Pulse

We offer a personal approach, where will be just you and the instructor in a private room. Our starter pack include a 45 minutes initial assessment plus 3 private sessions to learn the perfect technique follow with some exercises program to do at home. Update 01/02/2020 Please note that our LPF instructor is currently on maternity leave.

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