Yoga involves a wide array of postures, from simple ones like Tadasana (Mountain Pose) to more complex ones like Sirsasana (Headstand).
Each pose has specific physical and subtle benefits. Yoga also incorporates Pranayama (breathing exercises) and Dhyana (meditation) into its routine, working on the practitioners’ physical and mental aspects.
Hypopressives, alternatively, is centered around “hypopressive breathing,” which involves exhaling entirely and then expanding the ribcage without inhaling, creating a vacuum effect that triggers the automatic contraction of pelvic floor and deep abdominal muscles.
The exercises are often done in postures that promote the alignment and elongation of the spine.