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Tired , emotional and adapting to life in pregnancy or as a new mum getting active might be the last thing on your mind. However, regular activity can help you to feel more energetic while giving you a psychological boost, prepare your body for labour and help recover from delivery.


It is important to start when it feels right for you and to start at the beginning. The mummy&me classes are designed to take you through each phase of your journey at a pace that works for you. 


1. Pregnancy

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2. Postpartum Phase 1

Before you Start


Your body goes through so many changes in the first six weeks after delivery. Now is not the time to embark on any fitness regime, but if you’re keen to get started with your postpartum recovery focus on your pelvic floors and enjoy some fresh air showing off your gorgeous new baby with a buggy walk.


  • Baby Buddies: massage, songs and sensory

  • Pelvic Floor Rehab: 5 minute focused kegal practice 

  • Mummy Me Time: monthly virtual meet ups from spa evenings to pub quiz

  • Live Talks: hear from a range of postpartum professionals talking you through sleep, overcoming birth trauma, mums in style, postpartum skincare and many more


3. Postpartum Phase 2

Core Rehabilitation & Introduction back to Fitness


Once you’ve had your 6 week check with your GP and they have given you clearance to start exercising it’s time to enter phase 2. This is a key part of your long term recovery and it’s important not to over do it. Focus on safe core exercises, basic movements and low intensity cardio/workouts.


  • Cardio

  • Tone

  • Stretch

  • Core

  • Baby&Me

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4. Postpartum Phase 3

Home Fitness & Healthy Active Lifestyle


Every body is different and it’s important not to rush the rehab process of phase 2. Diastasis recti will be an indicator of your readiness to progress to phase 3 (a tummy gap of 1cm or less is ideal). Listen to your body and when it feels right to step it up start introducing some higher intensity sessions, stronger core exercises and strength training.


  • Cardio

  • Tone

  • Strength 

  • Abs

  • Stretch

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