Free Webinar: Understanding Pelvic Organ Prolapse and How Hypopressives Can Help

Written by:
Becky Keller
February 8, 2022

Are you one of the 50% of women that have been diagnosed with a prolapse?

Are you experiencing the symptoms of a Pelvic Organ Prolapse?

Do you feel a sensation of fullness, heaviness or a dropping sensation within the vaginal or pelvic region?

Join me on Monday, February 28, 2022 at 5:30pm EST for a one-hour webinar as I explain what a Pelvic Organ Prolapse is, including the different types and stages and conservative approaches to managing and improving it. I will also discuss how the practice of Hypopressives fitness can help to eliminate symptoms of a prolapse and improve your quality of life and fitness level. Learn about this unique system of breathing, postures and exercises through a guided demonstration all from the comfort of your own home.

This webinar is FREE! Demonstration and practice are optional, but encouraged.

DATE: Monday, February 28th at 5:30pm EST

COST: Free

SIGN UP: Email me to receive the Zoom link

Disclaimer:  The views expressed in this post are based on the opinion of the author, unless otherwise noted, and should not be taken as personal medical advice. The information provided is intended to help readers make their own informed health and wellness decisions.

Becky Keller

VP Northeast Region | Physical Therapist
Becky Keller is a physical therapist who specializes in pelvic health, women's health, and general orthopedics. She works at Activcore in Princeton, New Jersey, located just 2 miles from Princeton University. In seeking new cutting edge and pioneering treatments, and after her own personal experiences with pelvic health dysfunction, in 2016 was introduced to a movement system known as Low Pressure Fitness Hypopressives.
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