Hypopressive exercises

These exercises are part of the ancient practice of yoga under the name of NALI, but they have been widely publicized as hypopressive exercises in modern times. They are performed in order to make an intense work of the abdominal muscles, especially the transverse, in order to increase the abdominal girdle.

The great advantage of these exercises is that they do not increase intra-abdominal pressure, therefore they do not increase pressure on the PERINEUM, being highly recommended for the correction of abdominal diastasis, in the treatment of prolapses, and in the postpartum period.