Never do a crunch again! Pelvic & core health with Dr. Angie

We are so excited to introduce to you to the newest addition to the Kale Whale Pod: Dr. Angie Mueller!

Dr. Angie is the founder of Core Recovery, and co-founder of The Core Recovery Institute, and on this week's podcast she tells us all about Hypopressive Training and Low Pressure Fitness. That is, using "breath and posture to lift and detoxify the internal organs, reduce the pressure in the abdomen, and strengthen the deep core muscles."  Dr. Angie's practice is a great complement to a holistically healthy lifestyle, and we're thrilled to have her share her expertise! 

ANYONE can use this method. Dr. Angie's work in this field has focused on spine and pelvic pain, pelvic organ prolapse, incontinence, sexual dysfunction, and athletic performance. We think you'll get a lot of value from this interview with Dr. Angie. We've included more about Angie below, and you can also explore her website (Core Recovery) or the many helpful videos on her Instagram! Dr. Angie does offer remote FaceTime sessions, so feel free to reach out!


Dr. Angie Mueller has practices in Denver, Colorado and in Princeville, Hawaii on island of Kauai. Angie holds a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Regis University and a Bachelor's in Health and Exercise Science with a concentration in Sports Medicine from Colorado State University. She specializes in women’s and men’s pelvic health, core rehabilitation, sports medicine, and prenatal /postpartum training. Angie is enthusiastic and passionate with a focused approach to high-quality care that emphasizes proven techniques to address the deficits that lead to the onset of pain and dysfunction. She is the highest qualified and most experienced trainer in the US in the hypopressive technique, also known as Low Pressure Fitness®. She educates and trains other health care and fitness professionals on this revolutionary form of core training and the importance of pelvic health. She also participates as an investigator in ongoing clinical research and presents at local and national venues. While spreading the gospel of pelvic health, Angie also enjoys hiking to waterfalls, yoga, sailing, surfing, skiing, scuba diving and traveling. She is passionate about educating, inspiring, and empowering people everywhere to reconnect with their CORE.