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"Every moment of our life can be the beginning of great things" Joseph Pilates

What is Post Natal Pilates?

Post Natal Pilates is a fantastic way to build your body strength post birth. This class will ensure you work effectively and safely at your level. It will ensure you do the right exercises and avoid doing the wrong ones, which could slow your recovery process. This class is fun, dynamic and gets you ready for the demands of being a mum.  Come and give it a try! Your first class is always free to anyone wanting to try it for their first time. 

What happens next?

All of our classes are currently running via the Zoom app and in person. In person places are limited to 6 people so booking is on a first come first serve basis. Once you have booked onto a class or classes, (they usually run term time), you will receive a confirmation email of your purchase and then another email with the link to follow to access the live workout with me. 

Autumn 2020 Timetable

AMPrivate Bookings AvailablePost Natal Pilates Class
Private client bookings availableBeg/Int Pilates Class
LunchBeg/Int Pilates Class
Private Pilates Bookings AvailableWeights and Core Class
Private client bookings
PMWeights and Core Class
Int Pilates Class
Pre Natal Pilates Class
Private Bookings available

Private one to one Sessions

As a new mum you may want to book an in person one to one session with me. These are such a good way to ensure you get the focus and attention that you deserve. This is also a good idea before starting on one of the post natal classes so that you know where you are starting from. I will check your DR or C section and ensure you have a programme to suit your starting point. 

C section recovery and Diastasis Workshop

Join myself and women's health physiotherapist, Charlotte Church for our amazing pelvic floor and core workshop. This will cover all things from understanding your own anatomy, how it affects your function and what exercises help to support your pelvic floor and flatten your tummy once and for all! 

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