Post-natal Pilates

I’ve secretly already run this course and it went brilliantly! Over six weeks, we talk about pelvic floor anatomy, best toilet-going practices, breathing, all about ab separation and lots of other top tips, and then spend 30-40 minutes learning Pilates exercises to help rehab your body and help you reconnect with your core. I’m doing it again from Monday (and Thursday – the start date it wrong on the flier as we changed it last-minute) and it’s not too late to sign up! Contact me if you’re interested.

Feedback from the course:

“I’m SO glad you’re thinking of running the course again! I have absolutely loved it, and I know that other mums could really benefit from doing it. I’ve done Pilates on and off for years, but nothing that’s focused so closely on the post natal pelvic floor. I now feel like I’m so much more aware of how my body works, and making really achievable tweaks in order to keep things in optimal working order. I loved the format of each class where Amy gave us a bit of really useful info about at the beginning, and emailed us some brief literature afterwards so we could refer back if we wanted – it’s clear Amy has a really comprehensive knowledge of the post natal body. I wish every mum could take this course.”

“A friend recommended Amy and her post natal Pilates to me and I am glad she did. Amy is extremely knowledgeable about all things pelvic floor and post natal body changes and gives clear explanations and ideas for exercising alongside the class. I have enjoyed doing Pilates in Amy’s class having found it quite slow and dull in the past – I have been introduced to some new exercises and ways of thinking about how I am doing them which will make other workouts safer and more effective after having a baby. I would recommend the class to other new mums.”

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