Get back in control
It's no fun when you've been working hard at exercises that don't seem to help, and you're still experiencing daily discomfort or avoiding activities that might cause embarrassing symptoms
You're not alone
Research suggests as many as half of us have a prolapse after childbirth, and 1 in 3 women have embarrassing leaking. Traditional pelvic floor exercises don't always help, which can be really disappointing.
If you feel like you've tried everything or you're worried about things getting worse, don't lose hope.
I teach an amazing core and pelvic floor strengthening technique called Hypopressives, and have worked with women across the UK and around the world who have massively improved or eliminated common prolapse and leaking symptoms.
YOU DESERVE TO LIVE YOUR BEST LIFE WITHOUT WORRYING ABOUT YOUR PELVIC FLOOR
"I've been for 5 runs with NO leaking which is incredible! FINALLY I've found the thing that works!"
"I returned to my physio after 6 weeks of Hypopressives. She was amazed and said the prolapse was 'barely there'!"
Hi, I'm Alice!
I understand what it feels like to live with significant pelvic floor symptoms - that awful 'falling out' feeling, and the fear of coughing or sneezing unexpectedly. But it doesn't have to be this way. After my own frustrations of living with a grade 2 prolapse and not seeing progress with the normal treatments, I came across Hypopressives.
Hypopressives is a breathing technique which generates an involuntary contraction of the deep core and pelvic floor. And the best thing is, it works fast.
With long waiting lists for physiotherapy and surgery, many women are massively reducing or even eliminating their symptoms NOW using this very effective technique. All in the privacy and comfort of their own home.
My professional background is in gynaecology and Contraception and Sexual Health specialist nursing. I'm a qualified Level 2 Trainer with the International Hypopressives Council (IHC).
"After just 3 weeks of Hypopressives, I'm not getting up in the night to go to the loo anymore, and I've lost 3cm around my waist!"
Book your 1 hour Taster Session today
Start noticing improvements within 21 days
What Women's Health Physiotherapists are saying:
"Hypopressives is definitely a beneficial tool for pelvic floor dysfunction"
Vivienne Byrne, Women's Health Physiotherapist, UK
(MISCP) BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy
"Discovering Hypopressives feels like I've found the missing key"
Miriam Evans, NHS Pelvic Health Physiotherapist,
Powys Teaching Health Board
As seen on the BBC
"I haven't had children, but after the menopause I had both stress and urge incontinence. After 6 weeks of Hypopressives, my symptoms had gone completely!"
Lulu ( aged 58)
Your highly supported 8 week one-to-one programme
For pelvic floor symptoms, core strength, post pregnancy recovery, diastasis recti, waist reduction, prolapse (grade 1&2), leaking, incontinence, sports performance and more.
Work with me
Sign up and get access to the online programme today - I'll contact you via email / phone to get you set up & arrange your consultations
Comprehensive pre-programme symptom screen
Level 1 Online Programme - over 120 minutes of bite size videos
6 x 30 min sessions of support and coaching via video call with Alice
Level 1 and some extra Level 2 poses to specifically target your symptoms or goals
Unlimited personal support, whenever you need it via email / WhatsApp
Extra 2-4 weeks support (1 hour of coaching) if your symptoms are moderate - severe
End of programme review
Lifetime access to the online programme so you can refresh anytime
FREE access for 1 week to Advanced Hypopressives Level 2 programme
The recommended practise time is 10 mins twice a day
"I'd seen both private and NHS physios for years. But just 2 weeks into the Hypopressive programme I was seeing improvements in my prolapse symptoms"
Free downloadable PDF Guide
How to REDUCE LEAKING in just 21 DAYS - even if you've been doing pelvic floor exercises for years!
and 3 things you can do to make a difference TODAY
7 million women in the UK have a weakened pelvic floor
after childbirth and leak a little or a lot