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Angela Jameson

Angela was brought up in South Africa and finished her education in the UK. She completed her degree in Sports Science and went on to study for her diploma in Personal training. As well as being highly qualified in all areas of fitness Angela added to her many qualifications by becoming a STOTT Pilates Mat Work, Reformer, Cadillac instructor with a special interest in pre and postnatal pilates, health and wellbeing.

She has undergone extensive training and is able to offer tuition to all ages and levels of fitness. She is highly trained in this field and is able to ensure all pre and postnatal women have the best and safest advice and support throughout their pregnancy and beyond.

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Latest health and fitness tips

Why sit ups don't get you a flat stomach!

Everyone wants a flat stomach, but are we doing the right exercises to help achieve our ultimate goal of that wash board stomach?! Current trends in the fitness industry encourage us all to do 100 crunches, rotational crunches, knees bent or straight crunches, crunches on a stability ball to name a few. However, after years […]

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PostNatal Recovery - 10 ways to reduce sugar intake

If you are currently pregnant or recently postnatal, taking a moment to think about nutrition and how to make sure you are best equipped with as much energy as possible to cope with the delivery, the initial recovery post delivery and then looking after a little new one should be one of your top priorities. […]

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C-Section Recovery, Breathing and what to do in the first 6 weeks.

I am sure my father in law would not mind me using him as a reference but a few years ago now, he had a hip operation to help repair his hip joint after falling from his road bike on a closed circuit cycling event. Since his operation he has had multiple follow up appointments […]

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How to keep fit at home

Fitness post delivery (whether recent or a few year later) can be a totally different experience to when you were pregnant,¬†as now you need to firstly have the extra energy to expend on doing some exercise plus having some spare time. Well, I have some exciting news for you all. We can all find 10min I […]

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5 Core Exercises for Runners

I was thinking about my pilates for runners workshop and what really came through as a topic of interest to everyone that attended was the stability of your pelvis when running. So, I thought I would discuss this a little deeper for those interested. We may know we need this but may not know how to achieve […]

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What is a Diastasis Recti? How do I know if I have it and how do I fix it?

A Diastasis Recti or DR is the widening of the gap between the 2 sections of the Rectus Abdominus or (6 pack muscles) The split occurs at the Linea Alba, the mid line collagen structures of connective tissue at the front of the abdomen. (see image) 100% of women have some level of diastasis of […]

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Exercise and Pregnancy!

Why you should do Pilates when you are Pregnant? From the beginning of your pregnancy to the end, your body experiences the most amazing changes that are designed to help you carry your baby and eventually delivery your baby. With these changes, your body will become stretched, strained, weakened, tight and/or overused.  These adaptations can […]

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Post Natal Recovery Foods - Thai Green Curry

This lovely recipe was brought to you by a lovely colleague of mine who specialises in Nutrition for pregnancy and post natal recovery. She has shared with me a few recipes. Try and plan your week of food so you avoid the sugar highs and lows, starting with a breakfast of soaked oats overnight is […]

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Post Natal Recovery Food - Chilli Con Carne

This lovely recipe was brought to you by a lovely colleague of mine who specialises in Nutrition for pregnancy and post natal recovery. She has shared with me a few recipes. Try and plan your week of food so you avoid the sugar highs and lows, starting with a breakfast of soaked oats overnight is […]

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Post Natal Recovery Foods - overnight oats

This lovely recipe was brought to you by a lovely colleague of mine who specialises in Nutrition for pregnancy and post natal recovery. She has shared with me a few recipes. Try and plan your week of food so you avoid the sugar highs and lows, starting with a breakfast of soaked oats overnight is […]

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