pre & post natal
Pregnancy full of a lot of ‘cant’s’:
- Can’t drink alcohol
- Can’t eat brie
- Can’t drink too much coffee
- Yes, my energy levels were low
- Yes ,my nausea was horrible
- Yes. my body felt heavy.
what to expect
My exercise time was my time to not be “pregnant”, to not be “mum”, not think about labour, not think about breastfeeding, not think about how many nappies I’m going to be contributing to landfill. For just a few minutes. TO BE ME!
more you prenatal programme
- Pelvic floor units – not just kegels – breathing exercises as well as education on the different purposes of each area.
- A daily mobility unit – to help manage and prevent many of the aches and pains associated with pregnancy.
- Self paced exercise sessions- Exercise sessions you can do in your own time and at your own pace to support strength and cardiovascular fitness
- Easy to cook recipe unit – the basis for this would be quick and easy to cook whilst fatigued, but maximising on nutritional density – when I was pregnant much of the advice was recipes beyond my fatigue and nausea level! This keeps it simple!
- Postnatal pelvic floor and mobility preparation.
- Ongoing support from your qualified pre and postnatal coach
The online personal training service with one aim, to make you look and feel, more you!